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ANNUAL REPORT 




OF THE 



COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS 



FOR 



THE YE^R 1883 



JAN a- 4. 1975 
OBRARltJL 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1884. 



LETTER 



FROM 



THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR 



TRANSMITTING 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS. 



January 31, 1884.— Eeferred to the Committee on Patents and ordered to be printed. 



Department of the Inteeior, 

Washington, January 30, 1884. 
The Speaker of the Souse of Representatives : 

Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith the report of the Commissioner 

of Patents, showing the operations of his Office for the year ending December 

31, 1883, as required by section 494 of the Revised Statutes. 

Very respectfully, 

H. M. TELLER, 

Secretary. 



-A. IN" 3ST XX .A. L EEPOET 

OF THE 

COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS 

TO CONGEESS, 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1883. 



Laid before the House of Representatives by the Speaker pro tempore January 31, 1884, referred to the Committee on 

Patents, and ordered to be printed. 



Department of the Interior, 
United States Patent Office, 

Washington, D. C, January 29, 1884. 
To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United 
States of America in Congress assembled : 

la compliance with the requirements of section 494 
of the Revised Statutes, I have the honor to submit the 
following report of the business of this Office for the 
year ending December 31, 1883. 

RECEIPTS. 

Detailed statement of all moneys received for jjatents, for 
copies of records or drawings, or from any source what- 
ever. 

Applications (including caveats, trade-marks, and disclaimers) : 

Cash received $961,785 00 

Cashrefonded 2,160 00 

Netcash 959,625 00 

Certificates of deposit 61,040 00 

Total cash and certificates 1, 020, 665 00 

Copies : 

Cashreceived 79,549 15 

Cash refunded 1,910 75 

Netcash 77,638 40 

Certificates of deposit 923 65 

Total cash and certificates 78,562 05 

Recording assignments : 

Cashreceived 28,405 90 

Cashrefonded 1,390 05 

Netcash 27,015 85 

Certificates of deposit 603 50 

Total cash and certificates 27,619 35 

Subscription to Official Gazette: 

Cashreceived : 13,134 70 

Cash refunded 55 90 

Netcash 13,078 80 

Certificates of deposit •. . 65 30 

Total cash and certificates 13,144 10 

Registration of labels: 

Cashreceived 5,483 00 

Cash refunded 120 00 

Netcash .*. 5,363 00 

Certificates of deposit 126 00 

Total cash and certificates 5, 489 00 

Proceeds of sale of rejected models 760 50 

Aggregates. 

Cashreceived $1,089,118 25 

Cash refunded 5,636 70 

Netcash 1,083,481 55 

Certificates of deposit ~ 62,758 45 

Total cash and certificates 1,146,240 00 



EXPENDITURES. 

Amount expended under the several appropriations from 
January 1, 1883, to January 1, 1884. 

Salaries $543,160 15 

Contingent expenses (to June 30, 1883) 10, 642 99 

[By act of Congress, approved March 3, 1883, mak- 
ing appropriations for the legislative, executive, and 
judicial expenses of the Government for the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1884, it was provided that the 
contingent funds of the various bureaus of the Depart- 
ment of the Interior be consolidated. The contingent 
expenses herein mentioned therefore only cover a pe- 
riod of six months.] 

Official Gazette 34,220 00 

Photolithographing 66,091 49 

Copies of drawings 14,990 18 

Scientific library 6,130 05 

Total 675,234 86 

Statement of contingent expenses in detail. 

Stationery and books $267 52 

File-holders : 60 50 

Card-board . 257 00 

Furniture 453 71 

Hardware 175 33 

Painting 139 00 

Carpets, &c 498 84 

Services 1,907 70 

Ice 447 47 

Engraving and printing 401 47 

Desks, cases, and repairing 2,018 55 

Tin shelves 14 00 

Washing towels, horse livery, paste, lumber, tele- 
phone, winding clocks, and sundries 4, 001 80 

Total 10,642 99 

RECEIPTS OVER EXPENDITURES. 

Total receipts $1,146,240 00 

Total expenditures 675,234 86 

Receipts over expenditures 471,005 14 



Statement of balance in the Treasury of the United States 
on account of the Patent fund. 

Amount to the credit of the fund January 1, 1883 ... $2, 205, 471 10 
Amount of receipts during the year 1883 1, 146, 240 00 

Total 3,351,711 10 

Deduct expenditures for year 1883 675, 234 86 

Balance January 1, 1884 2,676,476 24 

SUMMARY OF THE BUSINESS OF THE OFFICE. 

Number of applications for patents for inventions 33, 073 

Number of applications for patents for designs 1, 238 

Number of applications for reissues of patents 265 

Total number of applications relating to patents 34, 576 

Number of caveats filed 2, 741 

Number of applications for registration of trade-marks 915 

Number of applications for registration of labels 834 

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EEPOET OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOR THE YEAR 1883. 



Numborof disclaimers filed 18 

Number of appeals on the merits 640 

Total 5,148 

Total number of applications requiring investigation and 
action 39,724 

Number of patents issued, including designs 22, 216 

Number of patents reissued 167 

Number of trade-marks registered 902 

Number of labels registered 906 

Total number of patents granted and certificates issued. 24, 191 

Number of patents expired during the year 8, 874 

Number of patents withheld for non-payment of final fee . . 2, 366 



PATENTS ISSUED. 

Patents issued to citizens of the United States, with the ratio 
of population to each patent granted. 



States and Territories. 



Alabama 

Arizona Territory 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Dakota Territory 

Delaware 

District of Columbia... 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho Territory 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine , 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana Territory 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico Territory 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah Territory 

Vermont 

Virginia 

"Washington Territory 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming Territory. . . 
United States Army . . 
United States Navy. . . 

Total 



Patents 

and 
Designs. 



77 

14 

59 
596 
119 
883 

30 

36 
217 

24 
115 
6 
1,792 
712 
445 
189 
228 

80 
183 
260 
2,173 
727 
210 

51 
625 

17 

87 

23 

139 

1,066 

11 
4,359 

87 
1,604 

76 

2,168 

327 

47 
124 
208 

21 
109 
122 
.21 

82 

394 

5 



20, 957 



One to 
every — 



16, 396 
2,888 

13, 602 
1,450 
1,633 
705 
4,505 
4,070 
818 

11, 228 

13, 410 
5,435 
1,717 
2,777 
3,650 
5,270 
7,231 

11, 749 
3,546 
3,595 
820 
2,251 
3,717 

22, 188 
3,469 
2,303 
5,200 
2,707 
2,496 
1,061 

10, 869 
1,166 

16, 088 

1,993 

2,299 

1,975 

845 

21, 182 

12, 438 
7,652 
6,855 
3,048 

12, 398 
3,576 
7,542 
3,338 
4,157 



Patents issued to citizens of foreign countries. 
Of patents issued to foreigners there were granted 
to citizens of — 

Australia -• 10 

Austria 33 

Belgium 20 

Bermuda 1 

Brazil 1 

Canada 251 

Central America 3 

Cuba 4 5 

Denmark ? 7 

Eastlndies 2 

England 435 

France 179 

Germany 235 

Hawaiian Islands 2 

Holland 2 

Italy 3 



Patents issued to citizens, <fc. — Continued. 

Japan 2 

Mexico 2 

Newfoundland 1 

New Zealand 4 

Norway 4 

Peru 2 

Russia 5 

Spain 2 

Sweden 12 

Switzerland 22 

Turkey 3 

United States of Colombia 2 

Venezuela 1 

Victoria 4 

West Indies 4 

Total 1,259 

Comparative statement of the business of the Office from 
1837 to 1883, inclusive. 







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435 


$29,289 08 


$33, 506 98 
37, 402 10 
34, 543 51 
39, 020 67 




1838. 






520 


42,123 54 


$4, 721 44 
2 716 49 


1839 






425 


37 260 00 


1R40 


735 


228 


473 


38, 056 51 




1841 


847 


312 


495 


40, 413 01 


52, 666 87 




1842. 


761 


391 


517 


36, 505 68 


31,241 48 


5, 264 20 


1843. 


819 


315 


510 


35, 315 81 


30, 776 96 


4, 538 85 


1844. 


1,045 


380 


495 


42, 509 26 


36, 244 73 


6, 264 53 


1845. 


1,246 


452 


504 


51,076 14 


39, 395 65 


11, 680 49 


1846. 


1,272 


448 


638 


50, 264 16 


46, 158 71 


4, 105 45 


1847. 


1,531 


553 


569 


63, 111 19 


41, 878 35 


21, 232 84 


1848. 


1,628 


607 


652 


67, 576 69 


58, 905 84 


8, 670 85 


1849. 


1,955 


595 


1,068 


80, 752 98 


77, 716 44 


3, 036 54 


1850. 


2,193 


602 


993 


86, 927 05 


80, 100 95 


6, 816 10 


1851. 


2,258 


760 


872 


95, 738 61 


86, 916 93 


8,821 68 


1852. 


2,639 


996 


1,019 


112, 656 34 


95, 916 91 


16, 739 43 


1853. 


2,673 


901 


961 


121, 527 45 


132, 869 83 
167, 146 32 
179, 540 33 




1854. 


3,328 
4,435 


868 
906 


1,844 
2,012 


163, 789 84 
216, 459 35 




1855. 


36, 919 02 


1856. 


4,960 
4,771 
5,364 


1,024 

1,010 

934 


2,506 
2,896 
3,695 


192, 588 02 
196, 132 01 
203, 716 16 


199,931 02 
211, 582 09 
193, 193 74 




1857. 




1858. 


10, 522 42 


1859. 


6, 225 


1,097 


4,504 


245, 942 15 


210, 278 41 


35, 663 74 


1860. 


7,653 


1,084 


4,778 


256, 352 59 


252, 820 80 


3, 531 79 


1861. 


4,643 


700 


3,329 


137, 354 44 


221, 491 91 




1862. 


5,038 


824 


3,532 


215, 754 99 


182, 810 39 


32, 944 60 


1863. 


6,014 


787 


4,184 


195, 593 29 


189, 414 14 


6, 179 15 


1864. 


6,932 


1,063 


5,025 


240, 919 98 


229, 868 00 


11, 051 98 


1865. 


10, 664 


1,937 


6, 616 


348, 791 84 


274, 199 34 


74, 592 50 


1866. 


15, 269 


2,723 


9,458 


495, 665 38 


361, 724 28 


133,941 10 


1867. 


21, 276 


3,597 


13, 026 


646, 581 92 


639, 263 32 


7, 318 60 


1808 


20, 420 


3,705 


13, 410 


681, 565 8G 


628, 679 77 


52, 886 09 


1869. 


19, 271 


3,624 


13, 997 


693, 145 81 


486, 430 78 


206, 715 03 


1870. 


19, 171 


3,273 


13, 333 


669, 456 76 


557, 149 19 


112, 307 57 


1871. 


19, 472 


3,366 


13, 056 


678, 716 46 


560, 595 08 


118, 121 38 


1872. 


18, 246 


3,090 


13, 613 


699, 726 39 


665, 591 36 


34, 135 03 


1873. 


20, 414 


3,248 


12, 864 


703, 191 77 


691, 178 98 


12, 012 79 


1874. 


21, 602 


3,181 


13, 599 


738, 278 17 


679, 288 41 


58, 989 76 


1875. 


21, 638 


3,094 


14,837 


743, 453 36 


721, 657 71 


21, 795 65 


1876. 


21, 425 


2,697 


15, 595 


757, 987 65 


652, 542 60 


105, 445 05 


1877. 


20, 308 


2,809 


14, 187 


732, 342 85 


613, 152 62 


119, 190 23 


1878. 


20, 260 


2,755 


13, 444 


725, 375 55 


593, 082 89 


132, 292 66 


1879. 


20, 059 


2,620 


13, 213 


703, 931 47 


529, 638 97 


174, 29-2 51) 


1880. 


23, 012 


2,490 


13, 947 


749, 685 32 


538, 865 17 


210, 820 15 


1881. 


26, 059 


2,406 


16, 584- 


853, 665 89 


605, 173 28 


248, 492 61 


1882. 


31, 522 


2,553 


19, 267 


1, 009, 219 45 


683, 867 67 


325,351 78 


1883. 


34, 576 


2,741 


22,383 


1, 146, 240 00 


675, 234 86 


471, 005 14 



It will be observed that the busiuess of the Office has 
greatly increased during the past year, and it is now 
increasing in a steady ratio. With this increase of busi- 
ness there is, of course, a corresponding increase in the 
receipts of the Office, the amount paid in during the 
year ending December 31, 1883, being $1,146,240.00, 
which is $137,020.55 in excess of the amount received 
during the year 1882, and $471,005.14 in excess of all 
expenditures by and for the bureau during the year last 
past. 

AN INCREASE OF FORCE NECESSARY. 

I wish, in connection with the above exhibit, to re- 
spectfully call the attention of Congress to certain facts, 
wbich I trust may have some influence in securiug the 
adoption of such measures as will in the future remove 
all just cause for the complaints that roach me from all 



EEPOET OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOR THE YEAR 1883. 



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quarters and sections of the country touching the de- 
lay in dispatching the business which conies to this 
bureau. 

I am daily in receipt of communications severely cen- 
suring the honorable Secretary and the Commissioner 
for not employing such additional force as is necessary 
to bring and keep the work of the bureau up to date. 
The impressiou seems to prevail that since the patrons 
of the Office have provided the funds for the prompt 
disposition of their business, some blame attaches to 
the Department or to this Office for not applying the 
money to the purpose for which it was received. I am 
daily appealed to by Senators and Members to make 
applications special, on the ground that if an examina- 
tion is delayed until the case is reached in its regular 
order the value of the patent may be in large measure 
lost to the inventor. Although well disposed to oblige 
my friends, I cannot, without violating a well-consid- 
ered rule of the bureau, comply with these requests. 
I know these delays are not only vexatious, but in some 
instances very disastrous to the interests involved. 
There is no valid reason why a single application should 
remain a week in the Office without being taken up for 
action, and as little excuse for compelling assignees of 
interests in patents to wait several months before their 
deeds can be recorded. Parties entitled to copies of 
records, which are indispensable as evidence on the 
trial of pending causes, are compelled to wait several 
weeks before they can be furnished. 

The examining corps is greatly behind with its work 
simply because it is a physical impossibility with the 
number employed to keep it up. It has frequently been 
suggested that the force of the Office does not accom- 
plish as much as ought to be required of it. Since I 
have taken charge of the Office I have been at pains 
to ascertain if those employed in the bureau are un- 
faithful or shirk duty in any wise. I note first that 
under the rules of the Office shirking is next to impos- 
sible, and absence in excess of the thirty days author- 
ized by statute ( unless in case of sickness) is not al- 
lowed, except in rare instances, and without pay. I 
am satisfied that no private employer in the country 
has more faithful and excellent service from his em- 
ployes than is rendered by those employed in this bu- 
reau. There are exceptions, but they are very few, and, 
I may add, that in such cases what the individuals lack 
in earnest effort in the discharge of duty here they en- 
deavor to make up by exceptional activity in securing 
influence and indorsement to induce the Department to 
retain them in the service and promote them. 

It is evident that the Government never intended to 
make the Patent Office a source of revenue. It was and 
is desired to make it self-sustaining, and the fees were 
fixed and are as low as was and is deemed compatible 
with the possibility of providing ample revenue to se- 
cure all necessary facilities of every kind and character 
for the prompt and thorough dispatch of the business 
properly coming before it. Not a cent of money ex- 
pended, directly or indirectly, for the support and main- 
tenance of the Patent Office is raised by taxation. Every 
dollar is paid by those who have business before the 
Office — the inventors of the country. It is beyond 
question that not only the inventors and those imme- 
diately interested in inventions, but the great body of 



the people as well, are interested in having the busi- 
ness of this bureau done promptly and thoroughly. 
The inventor does not want a worthless patent, nor 
are the people willing to pay a royalty when none can 
be justly claimed, nor do they wish to go into the 
courts to test the validity of a patent. The inventor 
not only wants to know whether he is legally entitled 
to a patent for the subject-matter of his application, 
but he desires and is entitled to have the question 
speedily determined. 

To provide ample accommodations and a thoroughly- 
competent corps of examiners, clerks, and needful help, 
the inventors have paid to the Government a sufficient 
fund, which is held in trust for that purpose. Under 
these circumstances I respectfully submit that force 
enough should be employed to dispatch the business of 
the bureau thoroughly and without needless delay. 
The present force is utterly inadequate, nor will the 
increase suggested by my predecessor be sufficient. 

INCREASE IN SALARIES. 

I concur in what my predecessor said in his report, 
dated September 14, 1883, to the honorable the Secre- 
tary of the Interior in regard to salaries. The exam- 
ining corps in this bureau should be composed of men 
of first-class ability and undoubted integrity. It is of 
consequence to inventors and to the people at large 
that patents should not be improvidently issued. The 
examining corps must, in the main, be relied upon to 
prevent this. Not one patent in fifty comes under the 
personal supervision of the Commissioner or his assist- 
ant. The examiners determine these important ques- 
tions in the first instance, and in a great majority of 
cases first and. finally. The Government, I submit, can 
afford (especially when inventors provide the funds) to 
pay as full compensation for first-class ability and strict 
integrity as a private individual or corporation. The 
experience of the Office is, that it is next to impossible 
to secure, with the hope of retaining for more than a 
short period, assistant examiners whose thorough fit- 
ness renders them especially valuable to the service. 
They are constantly leaving to accept more lucrative 
employment outside. Since every conceivable advan- 
tage is on the side of just, not to say liberal, compensa- 
tion, I trust it may please Congress to adopt the sug- 
gestions of my predecessor and provide the increase of 
salaries indicated in the estimates submitted, as well 
as for the increase of the force employed. 

ROOM. 

I cannot refrain from repeating what Mr. Commis- 
sioner Marble said in regard to the rooms occupied by 
the bureau. They are inadequate. I am compelled to 
keep valuable documents and records pi led on the floor ; 
some are in rooms so damp that the papers are moldy. 

Many of the employe's occupy small, dark, and damp 
rooms, and in numerous cases their health has been se- 
riously impaired. Within a few years the entire build- 
ing now occupied by the Department of the Interior 
will be required by this Office for the proper accom- 
modation of its force and the safe keeping of its records 
and files. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

BENJ. BUTTERWORTH, 
Commissioner. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 



OF 



PATENTEES FOR THE YEAR 1883. 



[Patentees of Designs, Trade-Marks, and Labols, and parties who liave filed Disclaimers follow this in separate indexes, but precede 

the Alphabetical List of Inventions.] 



Xaine, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Abadie, Egbert, Paris, France. Machine for printing endless paper 

Abbe. John R.. Sou lb Windham, Conn. Buffing-wheel 

Abbe. John 1!.. Manchester, X. II. Buffing- wheel 

Abbot. Charlotte E., Portland. Me. Folding table 

Abbott. Alfred T . N'cw York, X. Y. Mangle 

Abbott, Benjamin R. (See Gray and Abbott.) 

Abbott, George. (See Armstrong and Abbott.) 

Abbott, George, Jr., Moorcstown, X. J. Milk-can top 

Abbott, George F., Uaverhill, Mass. Devico for attaching neckties to collars 

Abbott, James H. (Soo Howlaud. Frederick L., assignor.) 

Abbott, Jonathan P., Cleveland, Ohio. Eaves-trough hanger 

Abbott, Jonathan 1'.. Cleveland. Ohio. Eaves-trough hanger 

A bin it t. Phillips. Brooklyn, K. Y. Cigar-cutter 

Abbott. T. G., et al. iSo'e Wealo. Henry P., assignor.) 

Abbott, Warren M., et al. (See Peek, Girin B., assignor.) 

Abbott. Warren M., Chicago, 111. Brake-shoe 

Abbott. William. (Si e Baker and Abbott.) 

Abel, 'William G., assignor of one-third to A. King, Titusville, Pa. Gate-valve 

A bel, William G., assignor of one-half to J. R. Barber, Titusville, Pa. lloso-coupling 

A bol, William G , assignor of one-half to J. R. Barber, Titusville, Pa. Ball and expansion- 
pipe connection 

Ahelc. William, Zanesville, Ohio. Sash-bolder 

A bell, John. Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada. Steam-boiler furnace 

Ahendrotb Brothels, i See Fisher, George A., assignor.) 

Abei crombie, Frank P., Woodbnry, X. J. Car-ventilator 

liberie, Fredrick, assignor, by mesne assignments, to F. Egge, Bridgeport, Conn. Mo- 
ehauical toy 

Aim. r, Christian. (Si e Hemje, Chailes, assignor.) 

Abner, Christian, Washington, D. C. Machine for cutting, separating, and mixing tobacco 

Abo: n, Fiauk, assignor of one half to F. H. Luutc, Cleveland, Ohio. Developing or trac- 
ing machine 

Aboru. James, Providence. R. I. Filtering-faucet 

Abraham, John D. (See Herbert, Henry, assignor.) 

Abraham. Lewis. (See Knight. William fl H., assignor.) 

Abrahart, William, Cincinnati. Ohio. Apparatus for measuring and cutting out garments 

AbraniR, George B. (See Knight, William H. H., assignor.) 

Abrams. Gnstav, Stillwater, Minn. Register 

Alii. Rinnan. Paris. France. Permanent way for mountain railways 

Acastcr, Amos J., Sheffield, county of York, England. Device For rolling railway-rails . - 

Aeries, James G., assignor to Gatling Gun Company, Hartford, Conn. Feeder for machine-^ 



guns . 



Acheson, XaUian B., Yonngstown. Ohio Stove-drum 

Acheson. William, et al. (See Phelan, John, assignor.) 
Acker. James C, et al. (See Depew. John H., assignor.) 

Ackcrloy, Aaron A.. Chicago, HI. Steam-engine cut-off valve 

Ackcrly, Xathaniel S., Hunting! on, X. Y. Elevator-bucket 

Ackerman, Al>i°am N., Passaic, N. J. Gudgeon-roller 

Ackcnnan. John. A. (). Mitchell, and F. M. Underwood, Columbus, Ohio. Saw-mill dog. . 

Ackerman. Lyman. Dexter. X. Y. II. iv and grain unloader 

Ackermann, Hermann. Peru. 111. Combined lid-lifter, tongs, anil poker 

Ackley. Thaddeus, Waven. Ohio Spe f il indicator •>.. 

Actltf, William H., et a 1 .. (See Ferguson. Robert W.. assignor.) 
Acuit". William H., et al. (See Foster. Hickman E., assignor.) 

Adair, James, Sewickley. Pa. Fire-place lining 

Adair. Robert G. (See McAlpin, Joseph, assignor.) 

Adam. August, Reno, Nov. Potato-digger 

Adam. William, Kiildenninstcr, county of Worcester, England. Chenille weft and manu 

factoring the same 

Adams. Albert J. (See Kells and Adams.) 

Adams. Alfred. (Seo Stockwell, Levi W., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Adams, Alfred, Cleveland, Ohio. Machine for making paper bags 

Adams, AlonzoS., Boston, Mass. Automatic tongs 



276,547 

277,097 

284.705 
280.891 
289,054 



288.391 
275,870 

270,054 
285,371 
275.009 



277,098 

287,788 
290,195 



290.196 
'.84,993 
273,421 

272,371 

289,491 

283,739 

282,831 
270,881 

272,611 

286,071 
2-4.790 
270,322 

290,022 

271,758 



288.190 
288,197 
283,551 
274,099 
273,422 
277,531 
273,423 



272,013 
290,305 
289,203 



279,114 
273,243 



Date. 



May 1 

May 8 

Sept. 11 
Oct. 10 
Xov. 27 



Xov. 13 
Apr. 17 

May 1 
Sept. 25 
Apr. 3 



May 8 

Xov. 
Dec. 18 

Dec 18 
Sept. 18 
Mar. 6 

Feb. 13 

Dec. 4 

Aug. 28 

Aug. 7 
Jan. 23 

Feb. 20 

Oct. 16 
Sept. 11 
Apr. 24 

Dec. 18 

Feb. 6 



Xov. 13 
Xov. 13 
Aug. 21 
Mar. 20 
Mar. 
May 15 
Mar. 



Feb. 13 
Dec. 18 
Xov. 27 



Juno 12 
Mar. 6 



Monthly 
volume. 



1 

740 

073 

1398 
1588 



708 
1323 

142 
1485 
100 



742 

1 
1017 

1018 
1031 
232 

972 

152 

1537 

425 
1303 

1297 

1122 

786 
1877 

1583 

207 



507 

508 
1303 
1097 

234 
1200 

235 



535 
1158 
1706 



641 

1 



1 
194 
195 
189 
384 
439 



207 
364 

36 

419 
44 



195 

1 

287 

287 

289 

63 

271 

41 

435 

121 
377 

361 

302 

219 

521 

C 435 

(436 

58 



141 
141 
365 
303 

63 
338 

63 



(324 
$325 

490 



175 
1 



Official 
Gazette. 



1027 

1758 

1024 
207 
807 



648 
1408 

1650 
1181 
1254 



1758 

507 
1083 

1083 
1095 

873 

021 
912 
803 

575 

275 

681 

219 
1043 
1571 

1180 

476 



005 
605 
748 

1037 
874 

1855 
874 



545 
1106 
840 



2243 
835 



2 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Adams, Alpheus E. (See Knapp and Adams.) 

Adams, Azro H., assignor of one-fourth to J. G. Hurley, Santa Rosa, Cal. Boring-brace . . 

Adams, Benjamin F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Refrigerator 

Adams, Benjamin F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Refrigerator 

Adams & Co., F. F. (See Chapman, George, assignor.) 

Adams Company, F. F. (Seo Morris, John H. and T. D., assignors.) 

Adams, David E.. administrator. (See Willoughby, James D.) 

Adams, Dewey F. , Providence, R. I. Gem-setting 

Adams Electric Company. (See Adams, Wellington, assignor.) 

Adams, Franklin F., Erie, Pa. Truck 

Adams, George, and M. M. Jenkins, Sherburne, Minn. Cockle-seed separator 

Adams, George B., Newark, assignor of one-half to T. S. Crane, East Orange, N. J. Lead 

and crayon holder 

Adams, George B. , Newark, assignor of one-fourth to T. S. Crane, East Orange, N. J. Lead 

or crayon holder - - 

Adams, George B., Newark, assignor of one-half to J. Hardman, Jr., Belleville, N. J. Purse 

Adams, George E., Providence, R. I. Bar or toggle 

Adams, Georgo E., Providence, R. I. Glove-fastener 

Adams, George E., Providence, R. I. Bar for jewelry-chains 

Adams, George H., Hill, N. H. Knitting-machine needle 

Adams, George L., assignor of one-half to J. C. Ellsworth, Fowlerville, Mich. Printing-'i 



press . 



Adams. George Q. (See Comstock and Adams.) 

Adams', George Q. (See Merrick and Adams.) 

Adams, Henry. (See Davis, John H, assignor.) 

Adams, Hiram R., Boston, Mass., assignor to Adams Manufacturing Company, Portland, 

Me. Nail for boots and shoes 

Adams. Isaac, Jr., Boston, Mass. Incandescent electric lamp 

Adams. J. McGregor. (See Harris, Arthur, assignor.) 
Adams, J. McGregor. (See Harris and Clark, assignors.) 
Adams, J. W., et. al. (See Gates, Thomas, assignor.) 

Adams, James A.. Falcon, Tenn. Horse and hand power 

Adams, John F., Eliza, 111. "Washing-machine -. 

Adams, John M. (See Carter and Adams.) 

Adams, John M., and W. F. Carter, San Francisco, Cal. Ore-concentrator 

Adams, John Q., Kane, 111. Nut-lock 

Adams, John S., assignor to Elgin Tubular Iron Tower Company, Elgin, 111. Tower for 

windmills. (Reissue) 

Adams, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. Knitting-machine 

Adams Manufacturing Company. (See Adams, Hiram R., assignor.) 
Adams, Marcus W. (See Harper, Nathan, assignor.) 

Adams, Nathaniel, Ickesburg, Pa. Bag-holder , 

Adams, Nelson B. (See Orvis and Adams ) 

Adams, Orsemas T. X., assignor to E. S. Pratt, Chicago, HI. Boot or shoe clamp 

Adams, Peter, Jr. (See Shepard and Adams.) , 

Adams, Richard, Boston, Mass. Reclining-chair 



Adams, S. Jarvis, Pittsburg, Pa. Forming cores 

Adams, S. Jarvis, Pittsburg, Pa. Method of and apparatus for forming molds 

Adams, Samuel. (See Simmons and Adams.) 

Adams, W. Irving, Montclair, N. J. Photographic developing pan or tray 

Adams, Wellington, assignor to Adams Electric Company, St. Louis, Mo. Electric switch 
Adams & Wesllake Manufacturing Company. (See Briggs and Robinson, assignors.) 
Adams & Westlake Manufacturing Company. (See Sloan. Frank, assignor.) 
Adams & Westlake Manufacturing Company. (See Van Hagen, Isaac, assignor.) 

Adams, William. Salem, Oreg. Carcoupling ». 

Adams, William H. (See Phillips, Russell, assignor.) 

Adams, William H., Boston, Mass. Car-brake 

Adams, William Q., Portsmouth. Ohio. Brick 

Adams, William W., and D. R. Smiling, Ozark, Ark. Washing machine 

Adamson, Charles. (See Goodsell, Adamson, and Hering.) 

Adamsoc, J. Arthur, Philadelphia, Pa. Suspenders 

Adamson, Samuel E.. Staploton, N. Y. Branding-stamp 

Adeock, Joseph W., Utah, 111. Con -planter 

Addio, John, Boston. Mass., assignor of one-half to W.G.Bell. Hatchway-guard for elevators 
Addy, Charles J , Maiden, Mass., assignor to T. A. Dodge, trustee. Heel beading and 

wheeling tool ' 

Addy, Charles J., Maiden, Mass., assignor to T. A. Dodge, trustee. Burnishing apparatus 

for hoots or shoes 

Adee, Frederick. (See Foley, James, assignor ) 

Adel, Wilmer T., San Jose, Cal. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Ader, Clement, Paris, France. Telephonic transmitter 

Adgate, Joseph J., New York. N: Y. Wardrobe-bedstead 



282,251 
271,391 
290,306 



270,921 

284,586 
271,392 

270,197 

272,931 
288,539 
273,792 
275,796 
288,392 
282,029 

276,207 



275,010 
282,030 



285.198 
270,357 



July 31 
Jan. 30 
Dec. 18 



Jan. 23 

Sept. 11 

Jan. 30 

Jan. 9 

"Feb. 27 

Nov. 13 

Mar. 13 

Apr. 17 

Nov. 13 

July 31 

Apr. 24 



Apr. 3 
July 31 



Sept. 18 
Jan. 9 



2426 
1940 
1159 



1353 

525 
1941 

437 

1719 
945 

718 

i2as 

769 
2129 

1718 



167 
2150 



1280 
631 



867 
561 
325 



390 

149 
562 

129 

480 
258 
195 
335 

207 
585 

475 



< 47; 
}47. 



44 

585 



3G0 
186 



272,509 Feb. 20 11G8 327 



277,866 May 22 1659 

10.292 Mar. 6 I 587 
270,275 Jan. 9 527 



277,651 

278,385 

279,115 
272,612 
274,691 



May 15 
May 29 

June 12 
Feb. 20 
Mar. 27 



289.951 Dec. 11 
285.778 Oct. 2 



Adgate, Joseph J., New York, N. Y. Wardrobe-bedstead 

Adie, Patrick, London, England. Lawn edge-trimmer 

Adjustable Cover Company. (See Goodwin. LandonR., assignor.) 
Adjustable Tclephono Support Company. (See Loring. Charles T., assignor.) 
Adjustable Telephone Support Company. (See Tregurtha, James, assignor.) 

Adkisson. Duncan R.. Corsicana, Tex. ' Bag holder and filler 

Adt. John B., Baltimore, Md. Apparatus for separating stems and dust from granulated 

tobacco 

Afflerbach, Joseph. (Seo Schoonover and Afflerbach.) 
Ager, Upton A. (See Friend, Jesse L.. assignor.) 
Agnew. Robert M.. et al. (See Rote. Charles V.. assignor.) 

Agncw, William C, Creston, 111. Harness-buckle 

Ahearn, Thomas, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Fire-alarm telegraph 

Ahearn, Thomas, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Electric time-dotector 

Alicrii, John, et al. (Seo Lattimer, Francis, assignor.) 

Ahem, John A., ctal. (See Lattimer, Francis, assignor.) 

Ahlort, Johu G. (Seo Ahlert, William F., J. P., and J. G.) 

Ahlert, Joseph P. (See Ahlert, William F., J. P., and J. G.) 

A hlerl. William F.. J. P., and J. G., San Francisco, Cal. Velocipede 



270.171 

271.206 
270,274 
269,984 

279,306 j 
279,116 
272.111 I 
272,932 i 

I 
270,622 ' 

I 

275,452 | 

I 

271,294 , 



Jan. 2 

Jan. 30 
Jan. 9 
Jan. 2 

June 12 
Juno 12 
Feb. 13 
Feb. 27 

Jan. 16 

Apr. 10 

Jan. 30 



1404 
2332 

C42 
1298 
1870 

718 
1 

405 

1707 
526 
189 



453 



156 
l."5 



378 
638 



C 17. 
J 171 



203 
1 



495 

155 

55 



858 2!18 

643 176 

663 181 

1721 481 



274.246 i Mar. 20 



269,985 ; 
273.424 
274,100 . 



Jan. 2 
Mar. 6 
Mar. 20 



981 



1812 
1291 

190 

236 
1098 



283 
207 



526 

5 

>G 

55 

64 

303 



C 3!5J 



I ! 
271,759 Feb. 6 



208 



58 



24 
23 

25 



23 

24 
23 

23 

23 

25 
23 
23 
25 
24 

?23 



23 
24 



21 
23 



23 
23 



23 
23 



23 
23 

[23 

23 

[23 

25 
25 



118 23 



2 8,911 Nov. 20 1406 387 

I I 



280.991 July 10 805 
283.9-14 Aug. 28 1786 
287,401 Oct. 30 2055 



224 
504 
559 



23 
23 
23 

23 

23 
23 
23 

23 

23 

23 



23 
23 
23 



S3 

25 



24 
24 

25 



287,989 1 Nov. 6 



257 



73 25 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention . 



Aureus, Christopher, Cincinnati, Ohio. Steam-generator 

Aiken, Benjamin F., Jr., Millbury, assignor of one-half to C. W. Newhall, Jr., Worcester, 

Mass. Wire or metal cleaning bath 

Aiken, George E. (See Parrish, "William H., assignor.) 

Aiken, Walter, Franklin, N. H. Knitting-machine . 

Ainlev, Thomas E., Golcar, near Hudderstield, county of York, England. Mechanism for 

feeding carding-niachines 

Ainslie. James and R., Brooklyn, X. Y. Spring bed-bottom 

Ainslie, Robert. (See Ainslie* James and K.) 

Ainsworth, Kobert H.. Montgomery, assignor of two-thirds to J. T. Hess and G. Housel, 

Lycoming County, Pa. Cutt<r-head 

Aitkni, Alexander. (See Wcthorbec, Albert C. assignor.) 

Aitken, Bobert W., assignnr of one-half to Pitts Agricultural Works, Buffalo, N. Y. Brake 

for traction-engiues ? 

Aitkeu, ThomasV Pittston, Pa. Coal and rock drilling machine 

Alamagny & Oriol. (See Eater, Ernest E. and E. G., assignors.) 
Alapaw, Charles H. (See Halley, Samuel D., assignor.) 

Albach, W. Ilarrison. Mansfield, Ohio. Fruit-evaporator 

Albany Aniline and Chemical Works. (See Wolff, Justus, assignor.) 

Albee, George H., Neenah, Wis. Loose pulley 

Albert, Charles F., Philadelphia, Pa. Betainer for violin-bows 



Albright, Andrew. 
Albright, Andrew. 
Albright, James H., 
Albright, Jonas C. 



Albert. Henry, New Castle, Cal. Automatic safety-hatch for elevator-shafts 

Albert son. Albert, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to E., J., andG. Matthews, New York, NY. 
Apparatus for filling bottles with aerated beverages 

Albey, John, assignor to F. A. Wheeler & Co., Montclair, N. J. Automatic guide for pa- 
per-machines 

Albien, Alexander, Mendota, Minn. Punching-machine 

Albies, Adolpb, Atchison, Kaus. Fire-wood circular saw 

Aibies, Adolph, Atchison. Kans. Combined harrow and stalk-cutter 

Albin, George W. (See McVey and Albin.) 

Albrecht, Charles H. (See Crawley and Alhrecht.) 

Albrecht, Henry G., and C. Nielson, Wahpeton, Dak. Ter. Pad-tree for harness 

Albright, Audrew. (See Fox, Edward, assignor.) 
(See Page, Clark D., assignor.) 
(See Williams, Samuel T., assignor.) 

Laurelton, Pa. Cultivator 

. (See Shute and Albright.) 

Albright. William L.. assignor of one-third to H. Varwig, Cincinnati, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Albro, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for cutting teeth of metallic gear-wheels . . 

Albro, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. Gear-cutting machine 

Albro Company, E. D. (See Korton, Levi D., assignor.) 

Alcott, John H., Thomaston, Conn. Hat-hook 

Alday, John W. C, Dayton, Ohio. Archery-target 

Alden, Alberts., assignor to Holyoke Machine CompSny, Holyoke, Mass. Paper-calen- 
deriug machine 

Alden, Dana K., et al. (See Mower, Edwin F., assignor.) 

Alden, Enoch H, Alexandria, Minn. Portable fence 

Alden, George C, et al. (See Benner, Lorenzo D., assignor.) 

Alden. Oakley W., et al. (See Mower, Edwin F., assignor.) 

Alden, Samuel B. (See Laemmle. David, assignor.) 

Alderdyce, Thomas, Cambridge, Mich. Clothes-reel 

Alderman, Elbert E., Portville, N. Y. Bag-holder 

Aldom, Edward, Brooklyn, N. Y. Spoon 

Aldrich, Abbott L., Boston, Mass. Fire-escape 

Aldrich, Andrew J., New York, N. Y. Strap-fastener 

Aldrich, Frank E. (See Morrison, Caroline W., assignor.) 

Aldrich, Frank E., Boston, Mass. Machine for manufacturing rubber cloth. (Beissue) . . 

Aldrich, Frank E., Boston, Mass. Bubber cloth or fabric 

Aldrich, Hosea I., assignor of two-thirds to E. P. Drake and J. N. Lemon, St. Helena, Nebr. 
Eaves-gutter 

Aldrich, James T., assignor to himself and W. H. Babcock, Norwich, Conn. Eevolving 
firearm 



Aldrich, La Fayette. Milwaukee, Wis. Steam pipe and boiler covering 

Aldrich, Balph'W. E., Northampton, Mass. Fishing-float 

Aldrich, Wales, assignor to A. Hoover and W. Gamble, Miamisburg, Ohio. Grain-binder 

Aldrich, William H., and H. M. Lourie, Keokuk, Iowa. Windmill power-transmitter 

Aldrich. Wilson, Shortsville, N. Y. Coolins-rack for bent wooden bows 

Alexander, Alexander G.. Detroit, Mich. Mechanism for operating discharge-valves 

Alexander. Alexander G., Detroit. Mich., assignor to J. Gilliard, New York, N. Y. Yalve. 

Alexander, Eliza H, New York, N. Y. Braiding attachment for sewing-machines 

Alexander, George W.. Beading, Pa. Lap-machme for hat-manufacturers 

Alexander, James H, Philadelphia, Pa. Spring-hinge 

Alexander, John, Toronto, Ontario. Canada. Befrigerator 

Alexander, John W. (See Brock, William H, assignor.) 
Alexander, John W. (See Butler, Mount, and Alexander.) 

Alexander, John W., New York, N Y. Car-coupling 

Alexander, Lawrence M., Cavins, S. C. Cotton-seed planter 

Alexander. Louis, New York. N. Y. Piano attachment 

Alexander, Bobert B. (See Christopher and Alexander.) 

Alexander, Samuel G., assignor of two-thirds to P. Whipple, East Saginaw, and L. A. 

Trump, Eoed City, Mich. Mold for making articles of felt 

Alexander, William A., Mobile, Ala. Galvanic battery 

Alexandre, Arthur, Paris, France. Fastening for closing purses 

Alford, Byron. (See Van Campen, Harry D., assignor.) 

Alford, Samuel X.. Portland, Oreg. Agricultural boiler 

Alfson, Androw, Columbus, Ohio. Combined port-lid and hawse-pipe 

Alfson, Androw, assignor to himsebf, E. W. Turner, and H. K. Cowan, Columbus, Ohio.; 

Iron-clad vessel i 

Alger, Charles, Hudson, N. Y. Hot-blast stove for blast-furnaces '. 

Alkin, Charles, Chicago, HI. Draw-bar for cars 

Allaben, Orson M., Margarettville, N. Y. Ditching-machine 

Allaben, Orson M., Margarettville, N. Y. Milk-can 

Allaben, Orson M., Margarettville. N. Y. Saw 



No. 



287,211 
288,150 

279,902 

288,686 
277,652 

276,323 



288,753 
289,595 



283,552 

276,208 
277,653 
285,097 

282,481 

270,718 
283,740 
273,425 
280,551 

284,160 



289,055 

271,674 
281,819 
281,820 

273,698 
275,111 

282,031 

273,001 



271,675 
277,654 
275,112 
278.651 
270,922 

10,325 
283,057 

280,111 

283,185 
289,744 
270,358 
274,692 
272,014 
271,584 
275,344 
284,587 
281.225 
281,226 
269,986 
285,199 



272,399 
276,742 
277,824 



281,329 
275,797 
284,791 

285,541 
280,552 

277,972 

289,952 
271,585 
280,112 
284,792 
284,793 



Date. 



Oct. 23 

Nov. 6 

June 26 
Nov. 20 
May 15 

Apr. 24 



Nov. 20 
Dee. 4 



Aug. 21 

Apr. 24 
May 15 
Sept. 18 

Aug. 7 

Jan. 16 
Aug. 28 
Mar. 6 
July 3 

Sept. 4 



Nov. 27 

Feb. 6 
July 24 
July 24 

Mar. 13 
Apr. 3 

July 31 

Feb. 27 



Feb. 6 

May 15 

Apr. 3 

May 29 

Jan. 23 

May 15 
Aug. 14 

June 26 

Aug. 14 
Dec. 4 
Jan. 9 

Mar. 27 
Feb. 13 
Feb. 6 
Apr. 10 
Sept. 11 
July 17 
July 17 
Jan. 2 
Sept. 18 



Feb. 20 
May 1 
May 15 

July 17 
Apr. 17 
Sept. 11 

Sept. 25 
July 3 

May 22 

Dec. 11 
Feb. 6 

June 26 
Sept. 11 
Sept, 11 



Monthly 
volume. 



1815 

439 

1593 
1133 
1405 

1879 



1220 
281 



1304 

1719 
1406 
1159 



1108 
1538 
237 
257 



1588 

106 

1875 
1876 

591 
301 

2131 

1797 



107 
1407 

302 
2654 
1354 

1653 
697 

1846 

850 
468 
632 

1874 

537 

1 

621 

526 

1105 

1106 
191 

1281 



1025 

276 

1598 



1240 
1226 
786 

1687 
258 

1779 

719 

2 

1847 

787 

788 



498 



447 
(311 
\ 312 

378 



521 



333 

78 



365 

476 
(378 
\ 379 

324 



317 
435 
64 
69 



439 

28 
512 
512 

159 
83 

585 

503 



29 
379 

83 
726 
390 

450 



521 

238 
132 
186 
522 
145 
1 
167 
149 
305 
305 
56 
360 



287 
70 
437 



344 
335 
219 

475 
69 
485 
486 
203 
1 



Official 
Gazette. 



25 

25 
23 

23 



25 
25 



24 

23 

1 23 

24 

24 

23 

24 
23 
24 

24 



25 

23 

24 
24 

23 

23 

24 
23 



23 
23 
23 

23 
23 

23 
24 

23 

24 
25 

23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
23 
24 



24 
23 

24 

24 

24 

\23 

25 
23 

521 I- 23 
219 24 
219 I 24 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Allaire, Charles B. (See MeCarty and Johnson, assignors.) 

Allaire, Charles B., and C. M. Johnson, Peoria, HI.; said Allaire assignor to said Johnson. 
Cash-carrier 

Alleman, Telesphore, Centreville, La. Plow 

Allen, Abraham J., Paskack, N. J. Thill-coupling for sleighs 

Allen, Albert A., Jackson, Mich. Folding bed 

Allen, Arthur M., Brooklyn, assignor, by mesne assignments, to L. L. Allen, New York, 
N. Y. Wheel -' 

Allen, Charles A., Hillsdale, Mich. Bustle 

Allen, Charles E., Putnam, Conn. Carpet-fastener 

Allen, Charles E., North Adams, Mass., assignor of one-half to I. J. Meagley, Binghamton,' 
N. Y. Circuit for telephone apparatus 

Allen, Charles P., Denver, Col. Cut-off 

Allen, Charles W., et al. (See Holbrook, Byron, assignor.) 

Allen, Chauncey E. , Waterbury, Conn. Corset 

Allen, Cotton EL, St. Louis, Mo. Trace-hook : 

Allen, Cotton H., St. Louis, Mo. Hame attachment 

Allen, Cotton H., St. Louis, Mo. Device for securing straps to buckles, &c 

Allen, E. E. (See Baldwin, Charles W., assignor.) 

Allen, Edgar W., Rock Island, HI. Horse-blanket 

Allen, Edwin E., Providence, It. I. Saw-guide 

Allen, Edwin T. (See Rowe, Cyrenius, assignor.) 

Allen, Emma, Freeport, 111. Retouching-machine 

Allen, Ethan A. (See Woodbury, Clark, assignor.) 

Allen, Francis M., Knoxville, Tenn. Cultivator 

Allen, Frank H., Norwich. Conn. Revolving fire-arm 

Allen, Frederick E., North Grafton, Mass. Floor-clamp 

Allen, George, New-Berne, N. C. Cultivator 

Allen, George D., Brooklyn. N. Y. Electric-arc lamp 

Allen, George H., Ayer, assignor to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Spindle for spin- 
ning-machines 

Allen," George H., Ayer, assignor to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Bobbin 

Allen, George L., Worcester, Mass. Apparatus for extracting dyes 

Allen, George S., and R. C. Ellrich, Southington, Conn. Screw-driver 

Allen, Gerald. (See Johnson and Wagner, assignors.) 

Allen, Gerard B. (See Furney, Elliott E., assignor.) 

Allen, Henry D. P., Brooklyn, N Y. Stilt , 

Allen, Horace R., Indianapolis, Ind. Chill 

Allen, Horace R., Indianapolis, Ind. Pulley 

Allen, James, Alliston, Ontario, Canada. Fifth- wheel for vehicles 

Alien, James, and W. R. Musser, Lynchburg, Va. Locomotive head-light 

Allen, James A., Philadelphia, Pa. Branding-tool 

Allen, James H., Wenona, 111. Cultivator 

Allen, James H., Wenona, HI. Cultivator 

Allen, James M. (See Rogers and Allen.) 

Allen, James W., St. Louis, Mo. Combination-lock 

Allen, James W., West Newton, Ind. Cooking-stove 

Allen, John, assignor of one-half to R. R. Smith, New Hartford, Conn. Band-cutter 

Allen, John F, Brooklyn, N. Y Riveting-machine 

Allen, John M., Washington Court-House, Ohio. Seed-drill 

Allen, Joseph B.. Springfield, 111. Electric-arc lamp 

Alleu, Leonora L. (See Allen, Arthur M., assignor.) 

Allen, Lester H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and A. I. Nute, Farmington, 
N. H. Machinery lor finishing boot-legs. &c 

Allen, Marshall J., New York, N. Y., and W. E. Bradley, Frankfort, Ky. Making whisky. 

Allen, Myrick R., Lewisburg, Tenn. Car-coupling . . .'. 

Allen, Nathan R., Jr., et al. (See Holbrook, Byron, assignor.) 

Allen, Nathaniel, East Boston, Mass. Rudder-holding device for ferry-boats 

Allen, Norman, Roekaway Beach. N. Y. Railway-signal 

Allen, Oscar. Mount Morris. N. Y. Spoke tenoning and tapering machine 

Allen, Percy R., Victoria Works, Belvedere Road, county of Surrey, England. Electric-) 
arc lamp < 

Allen, Percy R., South wark, county of Surrey. England. Coupling for electrical conductors 

Allen, Philip F., London, England. Stud for shirts, &c 

Allen, Richard, assignor of one-half to J. E. Thompson, Fredericksburg, Va. Key-fastener. 

Allen, Richard N., Cleveland, Ohio. Car- wheel. (Reissue) 



Allen, Robert W., Nelly's Ford, Va. Hilling and fertilizing machine 

Allen, Samuel F., assignor of two-thirds to T. R. Freeman and J. S. Toppan, Chicago, 111. 
Mechanism for placing torpedoes on railway-tracks 

Allen, Samuel L. , Cinnaminson, N. J. Sheet-metal s1 andard for cultivator-teeth 

Allen. Samuel L., Cinnaminson, N. J. Cultivator 

Allen, Samuel V., Freeport, HI. Photographic camera 

Allen, Silas J., and J. B. Richardson, Providence, R. I. ; said Allen assignor to said Rich- 
ardson. Sleeve or collar butt on '. 

Allen, Silas J., assignor to J. B. Richardson, Providence, R. I. Detachable button or stud. 

Allen, Stephen M. , Duxbury, Mass. Material for roofing purposes 

Allen, Stephen M., Duxbury, Mass. Pipe and conduit for conveying liquids, &c 

Allen, Theodore E., New York, N. Y. Metallic wrapper. 

Allen, Walter B., Andover, Mass. Powder-duster 

Allen, William, assignor of one-half to A. M. Johnston, Rockford, 111. Starch-table 

Allen, William, assignor of one-half to A. M. Johnston, Rockford, HI. Starch- washing ma- 
chine 



Allen, William, assignor of one-half to A. M. Johnston, Rockford, HI. 

Allen, William A., Jorsey City. N. J. Drying house or kiln 

Allen, William B., Orleans, N. Y. Domestic steamer 



Starch-separator. . . 



Allen, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Die for stamping and embossing boxes. 

Alles, Henry. (See Bach, John C , assignor.) 
Alley, John H. (See Pearo, George R., assignor.) 

Allfree, James B., Cumberland, Md. Roller grinding-mill 

Allfree, James B., Cumberland, Md. Balanced slide-valve 

Allinder, William I., Minneapolis, Minn. Firo-escape 



No. 



286,571 
279,308 
277,099 
271,760 

278,071 
280,553 
287,990 

290,307 

271,761 

270,360 
272,182 
272,183 
285,200 

277, in 

279,515 

270,923 

273,426 
273,335 
280,113 
269,987 
273,336 

288,912 
.289,794 
274,891 
289,056 



279,071 
285,779 
285,780 
273,427 
273,428 
286,366 
271,586 
288,292 

282,691 
286,248 
287,212 
289,369 
281,602 
275,345 



284,265 
287,213 

288,754 

286,367 
272,013 
279,117 

270,361 

273,429 

288,293 

2-i7,991 

10,306 

274,542 

286,249 
280,114 
281.426 
274,079 

288,964 
289,370 
278.481 
284,794 
290.831 
277,655 
275,318 



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275,319 

275,320 I 

270,359 : 
272,015 ! 
279,118 



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June 12 

May 8 

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May 22 

July 3 

Nov. 6 

Dec. 18 

Feb. 6 

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Mar. 6 
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Oct. 9 

Feb. 6 

Nov. 13 

Aug. 7 
Oct. 9 
Oct. 23 
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Apr. 10 



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Oct. 23 
Nov. 20 

Oct. 9 

Feb. 20 
June 12 

Jan. 9 

Mar. 6 
Nov. 13 
Nov. 6 
Apr. 10 

Mar. 27 

Oct. 9 
June 26 
July 17 
Mar. 13 

Nov. 27 

Dec. 4 

Mav 29 

Sept. 11 

Dec. 25 

May 15 

Apr. 3 



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860 
742 
209 

1894 
259 
259 

1161 

212 

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1849 
193 
124 

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240 

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181.8 
1221 

743 
1300 
644 

636 

241 
623 
260 

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1695 



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1849 
1357 
1068 

1475 
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2447 
788 
18C2 
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Apr. 3 ] 558 

Jan. 9 I 633 

Feb. 13 ! 538 



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195 

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205 
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225 
315 

391 

64 
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56 
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280.993 I July 10 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Ailing, A. H. &C. B. (Sec Otis, Samuel L., assignor.) 

Ailing, Charles B., Derby, Conn. Knit stocking" 

Ailing. Millicent B. (Sec Barnard, Henry II., assignor.) 

Allis. Abram <,>.. New York, X. Y. Spring bed-bottom 

Allis. ( 'harles F., Erie, Pa. Fire-kindler attachment for stove and grates 

Allis. Thomas V., New York, N. Y. Metallic-sti ip blank for barbed fencing 

Manufactui c ol barbed metallic fencing 

Manufacture of barbed metallic fencing 

Metallic barbed fencing 

Straw-stacker 

Straw-stacker 

Allison Brothers Company. (See Allison. Oscar W., assignor.) 

Allison, L. Sandidge, H. John, and T. E. Evans, Hazletori, Pa. Steam-actuated valve 

Allison. Oscar W"., assignor to Allison Brothers Company, Rochester, N. Y. Cigarette- 

■naobine 

Allmon, John W., J. H.Woiurnack, Marskfield, and TV. M. Highfill, Fair Grove, Mo. Cider- 
mill 



Allis, Thomas V., New York, N. Y 
Albs. Thomas V.. New- York, N. Y. 
Allia, Thomas V., New York, X. Y. 
Allison, Asa IT, Knightstown, Ind. 
Allison, Asa II., Knightstown, Ind. 



Allton. Hiram, assignor of one-half to J. E. Hildreth, "Wilmington, Del. Lubricator 

Allvn. John H.. Bedding. Iowa. Check-row corn-planter 

Allyn, Richard J. (Seo Brainard, Marvin N., assignor.) 

Allium. John M. (See Kennedy. Joseph B., assignor.) 

Almond, Thomas R.. Brooklyn. X. Y. Polisbing-tool 

Alpaugh, John K., Kansas City. Mo. Soap compound 

Alpaugh, John K.. Decatur, 111. Soap-powder and process of making the same 

Alpress, Edward A., Xew Britain. Conn Making screw-eyes 

Alpress, Edward A., assignor to Landers, Frary & Clark, New Britain, Conn. Machine 
for bending screw hooks and eyes 

Alrich, William A., Chatham. Ya. Ripping attachment for sewing-machines 

Alshonso, Cyrus S. (See McCready and Alshouse.) 

Alshuler, (loses, Mattoon, 111. Tag-fastener 

Alsing. Johan II.. Hoboken. X. J. Apparatus for pulverizing porcelain-paste. (Reissue). 

Altenberg. John E. (See Paxon. Amos B . assignor.) 

Altenbrand, Henry. Brooklyn. X. Y.. assisnortoL. G Fisher, Jr., Chicago, 111. Malt-kiln 

Alters. Joseph K., assignorof one-half to M. Ware, Maiden Rock, Wis. "Button-fastening 

A 1 thani, George J., Swansea, Mass Device for converting motion 

Altbeide, Joseph H., Quincy, 111. Camera-stand 

Altaian, Charles, Xew York, X. Y. Fur-sack fastening 

Altmanu. Frank G. (See Pommer. Frederick, assignor.) 

Altmann, Moritz, Camden, X. J. Suspenders 

Altmeyer, Jacob, Benwood. W. Ya. Furnace 

Alton," George II., assignor to Belle Patent Lntton Fastening Company, Lynn, Mass. But- 
ton-setting instrument 

Alton, George H-. Lvnn, Mass., assignor to Belle Patent Button Fastener Company, Ken- 
nebitnk. Me. Machine for attaching buttons .» .' 

Alvirson. James W.. Union Springs, X. Y. Fertilizer-distributer 

Alves, John, Duncdin, Xew Zealand. Amalgamator 

Alves, John, Dnnedin, Xew Zealand. Apparatus for amalgamating and concentrating ores 

Aniazecn. Christopher, Boston, Mass. l.e i iier-skiving machine 

Amborn, George, Jr., and E. D. Chaplin, Pawtucket, It. I. Calipers 

Amborn, I leoi ., Jr.. and E. D. Chap. in, Pawtucket, R I. Hand-vise 

Ambrasius. Caroline, et al. (See Kleinschmidt. Ch irles, assignor ) 

Ambrose, Thomas II.. Port Hope, Ontario, Canada. r 'ar-"oupIing 

Ambuehl, Nicholaus, Lone Grove, Fayette County. 111. Car-coupling 

Amhnhl, Jacob, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to S. J. Gordon, Xew York, N. Y. Coloring 
and hardening clay 

Amelotte, Edward. Spencer, Mass. Bolt-cutter 

American Automatic Organ Company. (See Arno. Oliver H., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

American Ba<r Company. (See Sawyer, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Anders, George L., assignor.) 

(See Carry, John J., assignor.) 
(See Coolidge. Ellrry C, assignor.) 
(See Flint, Edward, Jr., assignor.) 
(See Jacques, William W., assignor.) 
(See Loring and Pierce, assignors.) 
(See Watson, Thomas A., assignor.) 
(See Wilson, Edward L., assignor.) 
(See Woelk. Edward A., assignor.) 
(See Leigh, Edward B., assignor!) 
(See Poor. Geo' go H., assignor.) 



American Bell Telephone Company 
American Bell Telephone Company. 
American Bell Telephone Company. 
American Bell Telephone Company. 
American Bell Telephone Company. 
American Bell Telephone Company. 
American Bell Telephone Company. 
American Bell Telephone Company. 
American Brake Company 
American Brake Company 



No. 



285,201 

28G,16fi 
287,402 
272,933 
272,934 
272,935 
272,930 
277,400 
289,204 

274,247 

290,160 

290,657 
275,971 
271,676 



289,879 
269,820 
282.032 
270,570 

270,362 
281,330 

284,706 
10,382 

271,184 
271,185 
273.699 
280,776 
278,072 



288,755 
271,393 

283,453 

284,111 
273,002 
273,003 
273,062 
273,931 
277.973 
282,033 

279,307 
271,394 

274,543 
285,868 



American Brake Company. (See Schiller, Charles J., assignor.) 

American Buttonhole, Overseaming and Sewing Machine Company. (See Rominger, 

George S., assignor.* 
American Car Wheel Grinding Company. (See Mclntyre, Augustin W., assignor.) 
American Chemical Company. (See Frasch, Herman, assignor.) 
American Cloth Workers Company. (See Hebdon, William, assignor.) 
American Coal Tar Color Company of New York. (Seo Kendall. Edward D., assignor.) 
American Diamond Rock Boring Company. (Seo Douglass, Samuel AV., assignor.) 
American Diamond Rock Boring Company. (See Waring, John B., assignor.) 
American Electric Company. (See Houston, Edwin J., assignor.) 
American Electric Company. (See Thomson. Elihu. assignor.) 
American Electric Storage Company. (Seo Keith, Nathaniel S., assignor.) 
American Electrical Works. (See Lytic, Henry B.. assignor.) 
American Electro Gas Telephone Compauy. (See Rogers, James H., assignor.) 
American Electrophore Company. (See Koyl, Charles H., assignor.) 
American Pence Machine Company. (See Ash and Fisk, assignors.) 
American Filter Company. (See Smart. James S.. assignor.) 

American Fire Hose Manufacturing Company. (Sec Callahan. Cornelius, assignor.) 
American Gas Saving Company. (See De Pains. James S., assignor.) 
American Insulator Company. (See Oakman, Samuel, assignor.) 
American Iridium Company. (See Dudley and Rapp, assignors.) 
American Iridium Compauy. (Sec Holland. John, assizor.) 

American Iron Tost and Construction Company. (See Dow, Lorenzo, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
American Lubricating Company, of New Jersey. (See Howard and Chance, assignors.) 



Date. 



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Oct. 9 

Oct. 30 

Feb. 27 

Feb. 27 

Feb. 27 

Feb. 27 

May 8 

Nov. 27 

Mar. 20 

Dec. 11 

Dec. 25 

Apr. 17 

Feb. 



Dec. 11 

Jan. 2 

July 31 

Jan. 16 

Jan. 9 
July 17 

Sept. 11 
Sept. 18 

Jan. 23 
Jan. 23 
Mar. 13 
July 10 
May 22 

Nov. 20 
Jan. 30 

Aug. 21 

Aug. 28 
Feb. 27 
Fob. 27 
Mar. 6 
Mar. 13 
May 22 
July 31 

June 12 
Jan. 30 

Mar. 27 
Oct. 2 



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volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



1284 

473 
2058 
1.723 
1723 
1725 
1726 
1094 
1707 

1292 

974 

1031 
1424 

108 



635 

1 

2133 

919 

637 
1241 

674 
1480 

1681 

1682 

592 

555 

1897 

1223 

1942 

1193 

2011 
1798 
1800 
537 
892 
1780 
2133 

859 
1944 

1697 
110 



361 

131 

559 
481 
481 
482 
482 
294 
490 

350 

275 



449 

3P2 

393 

29 



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344 

190 
417 

485 
485 
159 
155 
519 

334 
562 

335 

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503 
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144 
244 
486 
586 

238 
562 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



American Optical Company. (See Wells and Preux, assignors.) 

American Package Company. (See Fancher, Alton H., assignor.) 

American Postal Telegraph Company. (See Lyon, Henry, assignor.) 

American Quick Transit Steamship Company. (See Bliven, Alonzo P., assignor.) 

American Eailway Signal Company. (See Uadden, William, assignor.) 

American Railway Signal Company. (See Tisdale, Charles D., assignor.) 

American Saw Company. (See Risdon, "William B., assignor.) 

American Sectional Electric Underground Company. (See Ooebel, Christian H., assignor.) 

American Seed Oil Company. (See Massey. Albert P., assignor.) 

American Ship Windlass Company. (See Winter, Herman, assignor.) 

American Ship Windlass Company. (See Winter and Manton, assignors.) 

American Spring Car Motor Company. (See Jiencke, George, assignor.) 

American Staple Sewing Machine Company. (See Brown, Charles, assignor.) 

American Steam Gauge Company. (See StanBk, Ladislav, assignor.) 

American Union Electric Company. (See Hauss, McNamara, and Zerbe, assignors.) 

American Watch Company. (See Church, Duane U, assignor.) 

American Writing Machine Company. (See Yost, George~W. N, assignor.) 

Ames, Charles L., and A. H. Prost, Chicago, HI. Device for fastening springs to bed-slats. 

Ames, David J"., Austin, assignor of one-half to McLaughlin, Sheldon &, Co., Owatonna, 

Minn. Transmitting reciprocal to rotary motion 

Ames, Hugh 0., New Orleans, La. Evapbrating-pan 

Ames, Josiab, assignor to P. J. Knapp, Enst Saginaw, Mich. Sled 

Ames, Samuel R., assignor of one-balf to P. W. Steedman, Louisville, Ky. Whiffletree 

Ames, William C, Attleborough, Mass. Button 

Amesbury, George W., Philadelphia, Pa. Holder for mortisingchisels. i 



Amet, Edward H., La Grange, 111. Electric-arc lamp 

Amherst Hydraulic Motor Company. (See Benham and Richardson, assignors.) 
Amick, Myron J., assignor to Pacific Gas Governor Association, San Prancisco, Cal. Au- 
tomatic gas-regulator 

Amick, Samuel, "Pittsborough, Ind-. Carpet-stretcher 

Amidon, Charles. (S~e Lingley, John H., assignor.) 

Amidon, Charles H., Buffalo, N. T. Bit-stock 

Amies, Joseph H. (See Colbv, John N, assignor.) , 

Ammerman, William M., Oakland, 111. Mechanical movement 

Amrock, Edward S. (See Larkin, Patrick, assignor.) 

Anirock, Edward S., Waltbain, Mass. Combined settee and lounge 

Amrock, Edward S., Waltham, Mass. Convertible settee, cot, and tent 

Ams, Max, and V. Litzelmann, New York, N. Y. Extracting glycerine from fatty matter. 

Amundson, Hans, and A. Olson, St. Charles, Minn. Grain-binder 



Amyot, Jean B., assismor of one-half to L. N. Carrier, Quebec, Quebec, Canada. Prepara- 
tion of ashestus and articles or goods made therefrom 

Ancel, Albert. (See Thiollier, Antonin, assignor.) 

Anden, Isaiah A., H al. (Seo Nyco and Hunsicker, assignors.) 

Andorberg, Erland, Mount Vernon, N. Y. String-bridge for guitars 

Anders, George L., assignor to American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. Auto- 
matic indicator switch for telephone systems 

Anders, George L., assignor to American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. Tele- 
phonic system — 

Andersen, Oluf S., and T. T. A. Hansen, Copenhagen, Denmark. Centrifugal machine. . . 

Andersen, Peter, Port Wayne, Ind. End-gate for wagons 

Anderson, A. G., et al. (See Cole, Wesley, assignor.) 

Anderson, Adolph V., Virginia City, Nev. Stock-car 

Anderson, Alfred, Paris, Prance. Automatic advertising device 

Anderson, Andrew, Elizabeth, N. J. Blacksmith's hammer 

Anderson, Axel L. (See McDonnell and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Charles, assignor to South Bend Hon Works, South Bend, Ind. Plow 

Anderson, Charles, and J. Oliver, assignors to South Bend Iron Works, South Bend, Ind. 



Plow. 



Anderson, Charles, and J. Oliver, assignors to South Bond Iron Works, South Bend, Ind. 
Plow. 



Anderson, Charles, and J. Oliver, assignors to South Bend Iron Works, South Bend, Ind. 
Plow. 



Anderson, Charles, and J. Oliver, assignors to South Bend Iron Works, South Bend, Ind. 
Plow L 

Anderson, Charles, Ludlow, Ky., assignor to Post & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Signal for lo- 
comotive head -lights 

Anderson, Charles G., Columbus, assignor to N. Joseph, Zanesville, and J. McVay, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Chain 

Anderson, Charles G., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to N Josephs and J. McVay. Chain 

Anderson, David H., Butte City, Mont. Ter. Machine for concentrating and amalgamat- 



ing ores. 



Anderson, David H., assignor of one-half to W. H. Young and H. Rondebash, Butte City,^ 

Mont. Ter. Concentrator S 

Anderson, E. W., et al. (See Brust, Albert G., assignor.) 

Anderson, Eli, CarpentersviUo, Ind. Straw-stacker 

Anderson, Eliza M. C, New York, N. Y. Green-corn cutter 

Anderson, Euclid, Peekskill, N. Y. Mechanical movement 

Anderson, Frederick L. C, New York, N. Y. Cooking stove or range 

Anderson, Henry B., St. Louis, Mo. Bottle-stopper 

Anderson, Homer, Peekskill, N. Y. Telegraph-key 

Anderson, Homer B. (See Dutot and Anderson.) 
Anderson, James. (See Jowctt, Thomas L., assignor.) 
Anderson, James C. (See Meagher and Anderson.) 

Anderson, James C, Highland Park, 111. Ornamentation of brick, tile, &c 

Anderson, James C, Highland Park, 111. Clay reducer and disintegrator 

Anderson, James C, Highland Park. HI. Clay reducer and disintegrator 

Anderson, James C, Highland Park, HI. Ornamentation of brick, tile, &c 

Preventing saltpeter-exudations upon facing 



276,548 

285 943 

270,324 
281,171 
283.454 
287,992 
275,346 

271,395 



290,727 
290,308 

283,844 

290,383 

271,762 
287,078 
272,510 

279,309 
281,951 

282,147 

280,707 

287,356 
272, 1U5 
270,363 

269,988 
272,184 
273,793 

277,185 

275,744 

275,745 

275,972 
280,777 

287,079 

271,186 
2D0.832 

272,614 
285,098 

275.453 
2S7.080 
271,295 
273,004 
279.310 
288,609 



Anderson, James C, Highland Park, HI. 



brick 



Anderson, James C, Highland Park, 111. 
Anderson, James C, Highland Park, III. 
Anderson, James 0., Highland Park, HI. 



Brick and tile machine . 

Brick-machine 

Brick-machine 



271.587 
271.588 
271.5*9 
271,590 
I 

i 271,591 

1 270,549 

276,991 

276,992 



May 1 

Oct. 2 
Apr. 24 
July 10 
Aug. 21 
Nov. 6 
Apr. 10 

Jan. 30 



Dec. 25 
Dec. 18 

Aug. 28 

Dec. 18 

Peb. 6 
Oct. 23 
Feb. 20 

June 12 
July 24 

July 31 

July 3 

Oct. 23 
Feb. 13 
Jan. 9 

Jan. 2 
Feb. 13 
Mar. 13 

May 8 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 17 
July 10 

Oct. 23 

Jan. 23 
Dec. 25 

Feb. 20 
Sept. 18 

Apr. 10 
Oct. 23 
.Tan. 30 
Feb. 27 
.Tnne 12 
Nov. 20 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Jfarae, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Anderson. James C, Highland Park, 111. Brick -machine 

Anderson, John P., Philadelphia, Pa. Cocoanut sheller 

Anderson, John W., South Bend, Ind. Vehicle-seat 

Anderson, John "W., South Bend, Ind. Axle-skein 

Anderson, Milton W. (See Snapp, James W., assignor.) 

Anderson, Nils P., Moline, 111. Road-cart - 

Anderson, Robert C, Bayonne, N. J. Machine for forming the joints between the heads 
aud bodies of cans 

Anderson, Robert C, Bayonne, X. J. Box-trimming machine 

Anderson, Robert C, London, England. Galvanic battery 

Anderson, Rufus, Peekskill, K. Y. Automatic telegraph 

Anderson Samuel J., Cazonovia, N. Y. Fire-escape 

Anderson, Sven, Humboldt, Nebr. Harrow 

Anderson, Thomas B., Allegheny, Pa. Brick-kiln 

Anderson, Thomas N. (See" Moore and Anderson.) 

Anderson, William G., Boston, Mass. Making window-screens 

Anderson, "William G, Boston, Mass. "Window-screen 

Anderson, William H., assignor of one-half to I. C. Lindley, Elizabethtown, Ind. Straw- 
stacker 

Anderson, William S., Duncansby, Miss. Cotton-gin rib 

Anderson, William T., Rock Hill, S. C. Vise 

Anderson, William W., New York, N. Y. Pivot-pin for clasps 

Anderton, Adaline W. (See Wliitcomb, Aaron J., assignor.) 

Andre, Alexandre, Fils, Paris, Prance. Purification of "mineral oils 

Andreae, John M., Brockton, Mass. Device for frying cakes 

Andiew, Charles, Cincinnati, Ohio. Automatic crayon-holder 

Andrew, Henry H., Sheffield, county of York, England. Reheating and reducing rods of 
metal 

Andrew, Richard E., Shepherdstown, W. Va. Pire-escapo 

Andrews, Abiel W. K., Binghamton, and C. R. Teed, Syracuse, N. Y. Electro-therapeu-i 
tic apparatus [ 

Andrews, Caleb M., Providence, R. I. Horse-blanket 

Andrews, Edward W., assignor to G. M. Ingalls, Detroit, Mich. Mechanism for reefing 
sails 

Andrews, Emanuel, Williamsport, Pa. Bevel attachment for handsaws 

Andrews. Emanuel, Williamsport, Pa. Apparatus for tempering and flattening sheet- 
metal plates 

Andrews, Emery, Kennebunk, Me. Hcel-stiffener for boots or shoes 

Andrews, George. Bellows Falls. Vt. Device for roughening grindstones 

Andrews, Tchahod, Dundee, N. Y. Car-coupling .' 

Andrews, James S., Kalamazoo, Mich. Wheel-cultivator 

Andrews, Joseph H., et al. (See Andrews, Oscar, assignor.) 

Andrews, Oscar, assignor of two-thirds to J. H. Andrews, Gloucester, and G. Tucker, Rock- 
port, Mass. Preparing salt fish for market 

Andrews, Wallace C, etal. (See Rumble, William, assignor.) 

Andrews, William H., assignor to Mallory, Wheeler & Co., New Haven, Conn. Sliding- 
door pull . . i - 

Andrus, George S., Columbia, Colo. Sampling apparatus 

Andrus, William, Keokuk, Iowa. Machine for pulverizing clay for making brick 

Andrus, William, Keokuk, Iowa. Clay -pulverizer 

Andrus, William, Keokuk, Iowa. Brick-machine •. 

Andrus, William W. (See St. John, George H., assignor.) 

Angel. Joseph R.. assignor to L. F. and E. E. Camp, Camptown, Pa. Wagon-jack 

Angell, Albert, East Orange, N. J., assignor to C. F. A. Hinrichs, Brooklyn, N. Y. Stud- 
ent's lamp - 

Angell, Edward F.. and A. Spear, Chicago, 111. Clamp for sewing-machine attachments... 

Angell, Horace B., San Francisco, Cal. Dredger-chain 

Angell, Lucius C. (See Weaver, Albert S., assignor.) 

Angell. Ransom S., Moorhead, Minn. Traction-engine 

Angell. Russell R., assignor of two-thirds to C. J. Blakely and L. N. Williamson, Janesville, 
Wis. Eccentric 

Anger & Brother. John A. (See Anger, Louis J., assignor.) 

Anger, Louis J., assignor to J. A. Anger & Brother, New York, N. Y. Dough-cutting ma- 
chine 

Ang.vine. William, et al. (See Blass, Talmadge, assignor.) 

Angier, Albert W.. San Francisco, Cal. Device for fastening paper hags 

Angular Steel Nail Company. (Sec Taylor, William, assignor.) 

Angus, Robert B., Pottsville, assignor of one half to C. W. Brower, Tremont, Pa. Steam- 
actnated valve 

Ankelen, Gnstav, St. Louis, Mo. Index-tab for books, &c 

Ankrom, James A., et al. (See Kennedy, Thomas H., assignor.) 

Annan, Charles F., Boston, Mass. Paper-bag machine 

Annan. Charles F., Boston, Mass. Railway-car 

Annan. Charles F., Boston, Mass. Method of making envelopes and mechanism therefor . 

Annibale. Allevi, Chicago, HI. Force-pump 

Anuin. Joseph. (See Moore, John R.. assignor.) 

Ansley. Alanson. Geneva. N. Y. Potato-digger 

Anson. Silas. Bellevue, Mich. Barrel-heater 

Ansonia Brass and Copper Company. (See Cowles, Alfred A., assignor.) 
Ansonia Brass and Copper 'ompnny. rSee Gilpin, Joseph F., assignor.) 
Ansonia Brass and Copper Company. (See Hull and Hoadlcy. assignors.) 
Ansonia Brass and Copper Company. iSec Hull and Truesdell, assignors.) 
Ansonia Bobber Company. (See Smith. John J. f '., assignor.) 

Ansorge. Weuzel R.. Texarknna, Ark. Obstruction-indicator for boats 

Ansot. Henrv, New York. X. Y. Electric-arc lamp 

Anthony & Co., E. <fc H. T. (See Anthony. Henry T., assignor.) 
Anthony & Co., E. & H. T. (See Barker. Erastus B., assignor.) 
Anthony & Co., E. & n. T. (See Lewis, William H., assignor.) 
Anthony &. Co., E. & H T. (See Schmid, William, assignor.) 

Anthony, Edgar W., Boston, Mass. Stove 

Anthony. Edwj n, New York, N. Y. Printing-press 

Anthony. Edwyn, New York, N. Y. Printing 



283,366 
286,368 
288,610 
290,511 

288,965 

269,908 
277,100 
289,795 
289,205 
279,628 
282,692 
290,512 

279,851 
284,588 

285,339 
278,073 
287,993 
287,605 

284,589 
280,778 
276,128 

276,743 
285,542 

282,431 

277,867 

282,599 
283,319 

284,938 
276,550 
272,615 
273,700 
280,436 



275,973 

276,325 
280,994 
276,147 
286,520 

286,892 

279,903 

270,719 
279,516 
278,482 

282,944 

272,511 

274,892 
286,758 

275.746 
274,248 

276,744 
279,311 

283,945 

272,616 

272,845 
271,763 



275,974 
279,517 



271,013 
273,430 
273,431 



Aug. 21 
Oct. 9 
Nov. 20 
Dec. 18 

Nov. 27 

Jan. 2 
May 8 
Dec. 11 
Nov. 27 
June 19 
Aug. 7 
Dec. 18 

June 19 
Sept. 11 

Sept. 18 
May 22 
Nov. 6 
Oct. 30 

Sept. 11 
July 10 
Apr. 17 

May 1 

Sept. 25 

July 31 

May 22 



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Aug 



Sept. 11 
May 1 
Feb. 20 
Mar. 13 
July 3 



Apr. 17 



Apr. 24 
July 10 
Apr. 24 
Oct. 9 

Oct. 16 



June 26 

Jan. 16 
June 19 
May 29 

Aug. 14 

Feb. 20 

Apr. 3 
Oct. 16 



Apr. 10 
Mar. 20 

May 1 
June 12 

Aug. 28 

Feb. 20 

Feb. 27 
Feb. 6 



Apr. 17 
June 19 



Jan. 23 
Mar. 6 
Mar. 6 



1091 

744 

1035 

1444 

1476 

101 
743 
528 
1769 
1266 
262 
1444 

1524 
526 

1436 

1897 

261 

2330 

527 
558 
1621 

277 
1689 

2659 

1660 

150 

1015 

954 

7 

1304 

593 

125 



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1647 
924 

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1109 
1138 
2448 

559 

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3 
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1293 

278 
864 

1787 

1305 

1613 
214 



1428 
1139 



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243 

247 



307 
199 
285 
399 

409 

30 

196 



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351 

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399 

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149 

406 

520 

74 

629 

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156 
446 

70 

476 

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45 
284 

268 

3 

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159 

33 



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522 
225 
455 
249 
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385 

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315 

668 

159 
327 

1 

333 



313 
356 

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241 

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506 

364 

451 
59 



394 
315 



423 
66 

67 



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25 
25 
25 

25 

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23 
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24 
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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Anthony, Edwyn, New York, N. Y. Printing-machine 

Anthony, Frank H., Brooklyn, assignor to W. M. Ducker, New York, N. Y. 
ladder 



Fire-escape 



Anthony, Henry T., assignor to E. & H. T. Anthony & Co., New York, N. Y. Case for 
transporting photographic plates 

Anthony, James Y. (See Evans, William K., assignor.) 

Anthony, John R., Sherman City, Kans. Fertilizer-distributer 

Anthony, Orren A., Mayneld, N. Y. Stump-pulling machine 

Anthony, "Wendell P. (See Handy and Anthony.) 

An1 hony , Wendell P. , Providence, R. I. Gearing for velocipedes 

Antrim! B. Jay, Philadelphia, Pa. Fire and burglar alarm 

Anunsen, Kittil, Winchester, Wis. Harrow 

Anunsen, Kittil, Winchester, Wis. Harvester-reel 

Anunsen, Kittil, Winchester, Wis. Pitman for harvesters 

Appel, Daniel, and B. G. Mc Auley, Cleveland, Ohio. Lubricator 

Appell, Charles E., Harrisburg, Tex. Car-coupling 

Appelquist, Frederick. (See Hanson, Charles, assignor.) 

Apple, G. W., e.t a\. (See Cochran, William J., assignor.) 

Apple, J. Bernard. (See Clay, Henry, assignor.) 

Apple, Titus H., Evausburg, Pa. Scraper and elevator 

Appleberg, John T., Baltimore, Md. Advertising match-box ■. 

Appleby, John F. , assignor to Minneapolis Harvester Works, Minneapolis, Minn. Grain- 
binder 



Appleby, John F., assignor to Minneapolis Harvester Works, Minneapolis, Minn. Grain-i 
binder ; 

Appleby, John F., assignor to Minneapolis Harvester Works, Minneapolis, Minn. Twine- 
box for grain-binders 

Applegate, Benjamin F., assignor to himself and B. F. Lagel, New Albany, Ind. Thrash- 
ing-machine 

Applegate, Daniel H. (See Pintard, William, assignor.) 

Applegate, Daniel H., Red Bank, N-. J. Automatic electrical railway-signal 

Applegate, Eugene W., Washington, D. C. District signal and messenger call-box 

Appleget, William S. , Cranbury, N. J. Platform-gear for wagons 

Appleton, Robert M. (See Baldwin, Nathan H., assignor.) 
Appleton, William, Jr. (See Shepard, Charles T., assignor.) 

Appley, Harrison V., Upper Lisle, N. Y. Axle-box 

Aram, Jonathan G., assignor of one-half to R. Ellis, Moline, HI. Wagon-brake lever 

Arbogast, George, assignor to A. Shoeninger, Chicago, 111. Locomotive-chair 

Archbold, George, Oswego, N. Y. Manufacture of paper-pulp 

Archbold, George, Oswego, N. Y. Manufacture of paper-pulp. (Reissue) 

Archer Automatic Car Coupler Company. (See Archer, Samuel B., assignor.) 
Archer, Charles W. (See Fosdick, Jesse T., assignor.) 

Archer, John B., Washingtou, D. C. Hydrocarbon-furnace 

Archer, Samuel B., Pittsburg, Pa., assignor to Archer Automatic Car Coupler Company, 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Archer, Thomas, New York, N. Y. Machine for grinding, smoothing, and polishing glass . 
Archer, William S., New York, N.Y. Process of and machine for separating fiber, wool, &c 
Archibald. Andrew, assignor to M. H. Archibald, Yonkers, N. Y. Automatic safety-cock 

for eras-burners 

Archibald, Mary H. (See Archibald, Andrew, assignor.) • 

Ardrey, Robert" assignor of one-half to W.. Talbot, Philadelphia, Pa. Paper-roll cutter or 

edge-trimmer : 

Areiid, John J., assignor of one-half to G. E. Robinson and A. A. Halter, Akron, Ohio. 

Key-fastener 

Arendt, Martin E., Buffalo, N. Y., and A. L. Weil, Bradford, Pa. Obtaining lubricating- 

oil from crude petroleum 

Arens, August, assignor to P. &F. Corbin, New Britain, Conn. Reversible store-door latch. 

Arff, Hans F., and D. Bornhohlt, Arcadia, Iowa. Game-table 



Argerbright, Daniel, Troy, Ohio. Vehicle-spring 

Argerbright, Daniel, Troy, Ohio. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Armant, Edmond. (See Salomon, Eiienne, assignor.) 

Armington, WilliamW., Providence, R. I. Slate and blackboard cleaner 

Armistead, Thomas J., Lancaster, assignor of one-half to S. A. Middleton and C. C. Mc- 

Clnre, Crab Orchard, Ky. Time-shell 

Armour, James H, and Jl Schott, Kansas City, Mo. Fastening for adjustable head-rests . 
Armour, Lawrence H., Gateshead-on-Tyne, countv of Durham, England. Method of and 

apparatus for the treatment of spoil-heaps of collieries 

Armour, Michael C, Chicago, 111. Stove 



Armour, Michael C, Chicago, 111. Stove 

Armour, Michael C, Chicago. HI. Stove 

Armstrong, Alexander. (See Bronson and Armstrong.) 

Armstronc, Alexander F, Edinburg, and M. K. Waite, Northville; said Waite assignor to 
L. Balch, Albany, N. Y. Horse-blanket fastener 

Armstrong, Arthur H. , Plainville. Conn. Car-coupling 

Armstrong, Benjamin A. (See MacKay and Armstrong.) 

Armstrong, Charles, and G. Abbott. Galveston, Tex. Chair for railway-rails 

Armstrong, Charles T.. Corunna, Mich. Carboy-stand .' 

Armstrong, Christian D., St. Bernard, La. Cane-mill 

Armstrong, Edwin A., Detroit, Mich. Rock-drill 

Armstrong, Frank. (See Chase, George S., assignor.) 

Armstrong, Frank. (See Stever, Jeremiah, assignor.) 

Armstrong, Frank, Bridgeport, Conn. Wrench 

Armstrong, Frank, Bridgeport, Conn. Stock and die 

Armstrong, Frank, Bridgeport. Conn. Buckle 

Armstrong. Frank, and J. H. Hine. Bridgeport, Conn.; said Hine assignor to said Arm- 
strong. Wrench 

Armstrong. Frank L., Philadelphia. Pa. Combination-tool 

Armstrong. Frederick W., New York, N. Y. Composition for restoring paints 

Armstrong, Harry C. , Detroit, Mich. Liquid-measure 

Aimstronir, Harry W., Verona, assignor to Metcalf, Paul & Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Machine 
for making nut-locks, &c 



No. 



275,113 

288,756 

283,455 

278.483 
287, COG 

277,074 
278. 38C 
274,24!) 
276,148 
276.149 
290,728 
279,312 



289.331 
283,741 

275,114 
276,519 

290,658 

282,693 

285,944 
279,629 



Date. 



Apr. 3 

Nov. 20 

Aug. 21 

May 29 
Oct. 30 

May 22 
May 29 
Mar. 20 
Apr. 24 
Apr. 24 
Dec. 25 
June 12 



Nov. 27 
Aug. 28 

Apr. 3 
Apr. 24 

Dec. 25 

Aug. 7 

Oct. 2 
June 19 



277,186 May 8 



271.764 
282.432 
287,789 
274.250 
10,328 



279,904 

283,845 
286,672 
283,846 

277,975 



273,244 

290,623 

278,844 
286,250 

279,313 

279.686 
285,202 

282,148 

289,492 
289,596 

285,945 

273,005 

284,112 
284,113 



290,198 
274,893 

272,617 
272,512 
273.432 
290,309 



Feb. 6 

July 31 

Nov. 6 

Mar. 20 

Mav 22 



June 26 

Aug. 28 
Oct. 16 
Aug. 28 

May 22 



Mar. 6 

Dec. 18 

June 5 
Oct. 9 

June 12 

June 19 
Sept. 18 

July 31 

Dec. 4 
Dec. 4 

Oct. 2 

Feb. 27 

Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 



Dec. 18 
Apr. 3 

Feb. 20 

Feb. 20 

Mar. 6 

Dec. 18 



274.544 Mar. 27 
286,673 Oct. 16 
287,0S1 Oct. 23 

274.545 Mar. 27 
280.905 July 10 
286,167 Oct. 9 
200.000 Jan. 2 

274,251 Mar. 20 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



302 
1224 



2449 
2331 

1781 
2333 
1294 
1648 
1648 
1730 
866 



1918 
1539 

304 
2114 

1632 
263 

213 

1266 
853 



215 

2662 

2 

1294 

2217 



1595 

1664 
1124 
1666 

1782 



1584 



233 

578 



1338 

1284 

2298 

153 
282 

215 

1803 

2012 
2014 



1020 
4 

1306 
1171 
249 
1164 



1G97 
1125 
1648 

1698 
808 
474 
102 

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83,84 

334 

336 

668 
629 

486 
638 
3:»(i 
455 
455 
478 
241 



533 
435 

85,86 
f 587 
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449 

76 

60 
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470 
302 
470 

486 



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68 

150 

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560 



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1 

364 

327 

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471 
303 
452 

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225 



30 
357 



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23 
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23 



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23 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Armstrong, Harry W., assignor to Metcalf, Paul &. Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Machine for mak- 
ing washers 

Armstrong. Henry, Darlington, county of Durham, and J. A. Loudon, Exeter, county of 
Devon, England. Boiler-covering ■ 

Armstrong, Jacob S., Republic. Ohio. Truck for handling brick 

Armstrong, James, assignor to J. C. Armstrong, Bridgewater, N. Y. Peed-water heaterj 
and smoke-stack combined \ 

Armstrong, James H, Piuconning, Mich. Chain-fastener - 

Armstrong, Jane C. (See Armstrong, James, assignor.) 

Armstrong, John, Cleveland, Ohio., assignor to B. Gloekler, Pittsburg, Pa. Machine Jot 
Stuffing sausages 

Armstrong, John B., Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Bearing-plate 

Armstrong, Ransom H., Hudson, Mich. Halter 

Armstrong, Robert C, Alexandria, Va., assignor of one-half to W. Small, Washington, 
D. C. Filtering apparatus 

Armstrong, Robert W., Bellcek, county of Fermanagh, Ireland. Trap 

Armst long, Samuel, Newark, N. J. Metal packing for piston-rods 

Armstrong, Samuel, Newark, N. J. Metallic wire packing 

Armstrong, Walter T., Andes, N. T. Machine for notching sheet metal 

Armstrong, William, Martinsburg, W. Va., assignor of one-half to D. M. Newbold, Balti-? 
more, Md. Signal head-light \ 

Ai mstrong, William T., Soleclad, assignor to Baker & Hamilton, San Francisco, Cal. Seed- 
sower attachment 

Arnaud, Pierre, and L. Gay tte, La Ciotat, France. Steelyard 

Arnd, Henry. (See Kukkuck and Arnd.) 

Arnd Manufacturing Company. (See Kukkuck and Arnd, assignors.) 

Arndt, Theophilus, Florin, assignor of one-half to H. H. Heise, Columbia, Pa. Automatic 
railway-signal 

Arndt, William J., Detroit, Mich. Grain- car door 

Arner, Irving E., Halloway, Mich. Attachment for harvesters 

Arner, Irving E., Holloway. Mich. Self-binding harvester 

Aruett. John. (See Bodificld and Axnctt.) 

Arnbeim, Marks, New York, N. Y. Supporting-cable used in propelling cars 

Aran, Crispin D. (See Parker and Aran.) 

Arno, Oliver II.. Wilmington, assignor to American Automatic Organ Company, Boston,) 
Mass. Mechanical musical instrument. (Reissue) S 

Arnold. Abbott, Houston, Tex. Bale-tie 

Arnold. Albert F., Providence, R. I. Ear-ring .----' 

Arnold, Amos W. C, Providence, E. I., and C. Morrill, New York, N.Y. Metal-shearing 
ni'aehine 

Arnold, Anna M. (See Arnold, Satterlee, assignor.) 

Arnold. Craig R. (See Simmons, John B., assignor.) 

Arnold. Craig R., Philadelphia, Pa. Current-regulator for electric-light circuits 

Arnold, Don Juan, Brownville, Nebr. Eud-gate 

Arnold, Fred E. (See Arnold, Georg W. and F. E.) 

Arnold. Georg W. and F. E., Ionia, Mich. Harrow-tooth fastening 

Arnold, ( I em-go W., Knoxville, 111. Sash-balance 

Arnold. John P.. Philadelphia, Pa. Whip 

Arnold, Nathaniel W. (See Packard and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Noah S., San Francisco, Cal., assignor to Dighton Furnace Company, Dighton, 
.Mass. Cooking stove and range 

Arnold, Oliver, assignor to T.K. Earle Manufacturing Company, Worcester, Mass. Oscil- 
lating cotter for card-setting machines 

Arnold, Oliver, assignor of one-half to J. L. Tniax, Worcester, Mass. Roller-skate. 

Arnold, Satterlee, assignor to A. M. Arnold, Troy, N. Y. Uniting fabrics 

Arnold. Satterlee, assignor to A. M. Arnold, New York, N.Y. Manufacture of knit goods. 

Arnold, Satterlee, Troy, assignor to A. M. Arnold, New York, N. Y. Method of and a\i-( 
paratus for ttimming and sewing fabrics . ] 

Arnold & Wendt. (See Brock, William E., assignor.) 

Arnold, William J., Providence, R. I. Music-leaf turner 

Aron, Joseph. (See Rosenfield, William W., assignor.) 

Aronson, Albert, New York, N. Y. Fabric 

Aronson, Joseph N., Londou, England. Electric brush 



Arras, John D., Findlay, assiguorof one-half to P. D. Arras, Cannonsburg, Ohio. Cora-drill. 
Arras, Peter D. (See Anas, John D., assignor.) 

Alter, Alpheus, New Lisbon, Ohio. Hamc-tug 

Arthur, Alexander A., E. F. Spaulding, Boston, Mass., and W. Davison, Hoboken, N. J. 

Fence-post 

Arthur, Alexander A., E. F. Spaulding, Boston, Mass., and W. Davison, Hoboken, N. J. 

Fence-post : 

Arthur, Joseph A., Logan County, W. Va. Reciprocating propeller 

Arthur Joseph A., Catlettsburg, Ky., assignor of one-third to E. Robinson, Kanawha 

Station. W. Va. Sewing-machine motor 

Arthur. Lee Roy, assignor of one-half to J. Fowler, Glens Falls, N. Y. Sack-turner 

Artmann, Richard. (See Fechteler, Henry, assignor.) 

Ariz, George L., Columbus, Ohio. Top-prop for carriages 

Arzt, Frederick, New York, N. Y. Candle-holder for Christmas-trees 

Asbm v. Henry B., Germantown, F. A. Neider and G. Grossmann, Augusta, Ky. Culinary 

vessel. 



Asbury, William. Boston, Mass. Tricycle 

Ash, Charles W., Boston, Mass., assignor of one-half to J. N. Lander, Concord, N. H. 
Lewis. 



Ash. Joseph, and J. Fisk, assignors to American Fence Machine Company, Quincy, 111. 

Wire-fence machine 

Ash. William F.. Walnut, Kans. Fence 

Ashbnry, Thomas, et al. (See Sumner, Herbert, assignor.) 

Ashbury, Thomas. H. Sumner, W. Lees, and R. W. B. Sanderson, Manchester, county of 

Lancaster. England. Gas-motor engine 

Ashby, William W., Boreman, W. Va. Potato-planter 

Ashcroft Manufacturing Company. (See S°e. James W., assignor.) 

Ashcroft. William F.. Lovely Dale, Ind. Carpet-stretcher .... 

Asher. Morris, and G. Minck, assignors to said Morris Asher and S. Ashner, New York, 

N.Y. Cigar 



No. 



284,707 

287,994 
277,187 

270,150 

290,833 



288,540 
280,597 
281,952 

271,396 
277.056 
274,165 
287,751 
280,996 

279,072 



280,437 
280,779 



289,953 
271,677 
272,016 
281,227 

283,058 



10,279 

281.821 
276,993 

279,314 



288,393 
279,687 

276,209 
283,946 
284,351 



284,795 

284,161 
287.C07 
27b, 484 
278,486 

278,485 

288,966 

281,172 
279,315 

282,433 

284,590 

277,657 

277,058 
274,093 

283,742 

287,214 

283,553 

286,572 

282,252 
285,946 

277,532 

288,913 
279,073 



282,833 

283,059 

270,720 
288,151 



Date. 



Sept. 11 

Nov. 6 
May 8 

Apr. 24 

Dec. 25 



Nov. 13 

Dec. 4 

July 24 

Jan. 30 

May 15 

Mai-. 20 

Oct. 30 

July 10 

June 5 

July 3 

July 10 



Dec. 11 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 13 

July 17 

Aug. 14 

Jan. 30 

July 24 
May 8 

June 12 



Nov. 13 
June 19 

Apr. 24 
Aug. 28 
Sept. 4 



Sept. 11 

Sept. 4 
Oct. 30 

May 29 
May 29 

May 29 

Nov. 27 

July 10 

June 12 
July 31 

Sept. 11 

May 15 

May 15 
Mar. 27 

Aug. 28 
Oct. 23 

Aug. 21 
Oct. 16 

July 31 
Oct. 2 

May 15 

Nov. 20 

June 5 



Aug. 7 
Aug. 14 

Jan. 16 

Nov. 6 



Monthly 
volume. 



676 

262 

853 

1649 
1863 



946 

284 

2034 

1946 
1408 
1186 
2519 
809 

562 



126 
559 



719 
109 
539 

1108 



2186 

1877 
605 

867 



770 
1339 

1721 
1791 
234 



1 
2331 
2449 
2454 

2451 



1477 

1024 

871 
2663 

528 

1409 

1410 
1875 

1540 
1820 

1300 
995 

2427 
216 

1261 

1408 
564 



426 
699 



1110 
440 



190 



227 
(455 

$456 

515 



259 

79 

550 

563 
379 
327 
679 
225 
(154 
$155 

34 
156 



203 

29 

140 

305 

190 

;628 

■629 

513 

158 

242 



208 
372 

476 

507 

66 



220 

1 

630 

068 

669 

(668 

c 669 

409 

286 
(242 
(243 

730 

' 150 

380 

380 
522 

436 
499 

366 

269 

067 
61 

338 

388 
155 



121 
196 



317 
124 



Official' 
Gazette. 



1024 

553 

1778 

1533 
1236 



680 
937 
373 

391 

1S79 

1053 

488 

150 

2220 



23 

105 



101!) 
459 
546 
209 

631 

433 

346 
1736 

2281 



648 
2365 

1545 

849 
944 



1043 

905 

452 
2077 
2077 

2077 



789 

188 

2281 

485 

999 

1880 

1880 
1180 

804 
349 

748 
197 

444 
41 

1855 

769 
2220 



576 
631 



232 

584 



10 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Ashley, James R., Joliet, HI. Wire bale-tie 

Ashley, William E. (See Bodenhamer and Ashley.) 

Ashman, George, Cincinnati, Ohio. Aquatic glove 

Ashner, Sigmuhd, (See Aslier and Minck, assignors.) 

Ashtabula Bolt and Shaft Company. (See Castle, William H., assignor.) 

Ashtabula Carriage Bow Company. (See Castle, Samuel N, assignor.) 

Ashton, William H., Seward, Nebr. Paper-bag holder 

Ashworth, Edmund, Bolton le Moors, county of Lancaster, England. Machine for wind-) 

ing yarn, thread, &c ] 

Asimont, Henry H., assignor of one-half to A.H. Harston, Duluth, Minn. Sash-holder 

Asiie, George H., South Bend, Ind. Steam-boiler 

Askrens, Joseph H. (See Howe, Albert D., assignor.) 

Asper, Benjamin E., Pittsburg, Pa. Coal-mining machine 

Aspin, Robert. (See Porter, Bloom, and Aspin.) 

Aspinwall, L. Augustus, Trenton, N. J. Potato-planter 

Asselstine. Elnatfian M., East Saginaw, Mich. Recording device 

Assmann, Franz A., assignor of one-half to J. H. Seheel, New "Sort, N T. Can for oil, &c. 

Assmus, Adolph, Chicago, 111. Drive-chain 

Athearn. William E., Philadelphia, Pa. Telegraphic repeater 

Atherton, Abel T. (See Potter, James, assignor.) 
Atiiertou, Abel T. (See Walker, George P., assignor.) 

Atherton, Abel T., Lowell, Mass. Seed-cotton cleaner 

Atherton, Abel T., assignor to Phenix Machine Company, Lowell, Mass. Bobbin-holder < 

for spooling-machines < 

Atherton, Robert, and J. Newby, Paterson, N. J. Thread-guide for spooling-machines. . . 

Athey, 'saac H., Paola, Kans. Corn-dropping attachment 

Athol Machine Company. (See Hickok, Samuel, assignor.) 

Atkins, Callabill, Pikeville, assignor of one-half to S. M. Ferguson, Floyd County, Ky. 

Medicine for scrofula 

Atkins, Elias C. (See Hood, Harrison P., assignor.) 

Atkins, Elias C.. Indianapolis, Ind. Auxiliary saw-handle 

Atkins, Elias C., Indianapolis, Ind. Furnace for heating saws 

Atkins, James I. (See-Powell and Atkins.) 

Atkins, Sophronia. River Falls, Wis. Cordage to be used for bale bands or ties 

Atkins, Sullivan H., etal- (Seo Carter, Alba B., assignor.) 

Atkinson, Claude M., Milwaukee, Wis. Glue compound 

Atkinson, Henry C, Franklin, Ky. Lamp 

Atkinson, Henry C., Franklin, Ky.. assignor of part to T. B. McKenzie & Harris, J. Black, 

J. G. Harris, R. B. Phillips, G. S. Black, L. J. Jones, and I. H. & T. M. Goodknight. 

Car-axle 

Atkinson, Philip, Chicago, HI. Frictional electrical machine 

Atkinson, William B. , assignor of one-half to J. H. Foster, Franklin, Ky. Combination-lock 

Atkinson, William H., assignor to Somers Brothers, Brooklyn, N T. Box 

Atkinson, William H., assignor to Somers Brothers, Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for seam- 
ing irregular-shaped cans 

Atkiss, James, Brooklyn, N. T. Machine for plotting soap 

Atlantic and Pacific Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Rabl, Franz, assignor.) 

Atlas Engine Works. (Seo Moore, Matthew R., assignor.) 

Atlas Manufacturing^ Company. (See McCollum, Matthew C, assignor.) 

Atterbury, Thomas B., Pittsburg, Pa. Mold for forming glass articles 

Atterbury, Thomas B., Pittsburg, Pa. Mold for manufacturing glass lamps and other ar- 
ticles 

Atterbury, Thomas B. , Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture of glass articles 

Atterbury, Thomas B., Pittsburg, Pa. Glass-mold and the manufacture of glass articles. 

Attock, Frederick, Newton Heath, near Manchester, county of Lancaster, England. Car- 
coupling - 

Atwater, Henry W., Orange, N. J. Wrench 

Atwater, John B., Chicago, 111. Electric motor 

Atwater, John B., Chicago, 111. Rotary electro-magnetic motor 

Atwater, Richard M., Millvillo, N. J., assignor of one-half to Whitall, Tatum &. Co., Phil- 
adelphia. Pa.. Apparatus for cutting the scales on glass measuring- vessels 

Atwater, Richard M., Millville, N. J., assignor of one-half to Whitall, Tatum & Co., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Apparatus for determining the scalo of glass measuring-vessels 

Atwell. Richa'd H., BalHmore, Md. Relief-valve for steam fire-engines 

Atwood, Adolbert A., Shenandoah, Towa. Drag sawing machine 

Atwood, Adclbcrt A., Shenandoah, Iowa. Wire-tightener 

Atwood, Adelbert A., Shenandoah, Iowa. Seed-planter 

Atwood, Adison, D. and C. M., East Portland, Oreg. Car-coupling 

Atwood, Charlie M. (See Atwood, Adison D. and'C. M.) 

Atwood, George F., Swanton, Vt. Suspender-loop 

Atwood, George F. , Swanton. Vt. Suspenders 

Atwood, James E., Troy, N. Y., assignor to T. Mace, Plainfield, N. J. Carbon electrode 
for electric lamps 

Atwood. James F., Boston, Mass. Attaching buttons, &c 

Atwood, James F., Boston, Mass. Button-setting instrument 

Atwood, James F., Boston, Mass. Cuff-holder 

Atwood, James L. (See Hungerford, Arthur E., assignor.) 

Atwood, Leonard. New York, N Y. Safety bod-elevator 

Atwood, Leonard, New York, N. Y. Safety hod-elevator 

Atwood, Leonard, New York, N Y. Endloss hod-elevator 

Atwood, Lewis J., assignor to Plume &. Atwood Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, 
Conn. Lamp-burner 

Atwood, Osmyn H.. and II. P. Lester, North Attleborough, Mass. Bracelet 

Aubin, Augusto H., New York, N. Y. Chewing-gum and manufacturing the same 

Aublo, William A., assignor to L. H. Thomas, Chicago, 111. Can for ink 

Auburndale Watch Company. (See Wales, William A., assignor.) 

Auchincloss, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Averaging-machine 



No. 



Date. 



Oct. 2 
Oct. 2 



Nov. 27 

Sept. 18 
Nov. 20 
Dec. 11 

Dec. 4 

May 8 
Apr. 10 
Mar. 13 
July 10 
Oct. 2 



Nov. 
Jan. 



285,947 
286,106 



288.967 

285,203 
288,611 
289,796 

289,745 

276,994 
275,454 
273,794 
280,780 
286,107 

288,152 

270,721 

278,487 
276,151 

280,281 

287,790 
288,968 

279,852 

282.034 
284,796 



277,825 

275,347 

277,188 
277,401 

279.853 
270,326 



275,562 



275,503 
275,564 

276,327 



2s7.082 
284,162 

274,101 

278,760 

273,795 

278,845 
277,189 
287.895 
290,384 
290,385 
284,707 

275,975 
290,958 

272,017 

2t5,781 
285,782 
289,057 



271,078 Feb. 6 

273,006 j Feb. 27 

275,455' Apr. 10 

270,722 Jan. 16 

279,518 I Juno 19 

280,115 June 20 

286,t93 Oct. 16 

28!, 953 July 24 



May 29 
Apr. 24 



June 26 

Nov. 6 
Nov. 27 

June 19 

Julv 31 
Sept. 11 



May 15 

Apr. 10 

May 8 
May 8 

June 19 
Apr. 24 



Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 24 



Oct, 23 
Sept. 4 

Mar. 20 

June 5 

Mar. 13 

June 5 
May 8 
Nov. 6 
Dec. 18 
Dec. 18 
Sept. 11 

Apr. 17 
Dec. 25 

Feb. 13 

Oct. 2 

Oct, 2 

Nov. 27 



Monthly 
volume. 



217 
,401 



1478 

1285 
1035 
529 

469 

606 

775 
720 
559 
401 

440 

1111 

2455 
1651 

2044 

4 
1478 

1525 

2134 
790 



1599 

627 

854 
1095 

1526 

1881 



910 



912 
913 

1882 



1649 
2 

1098 

103 

721 

234 
856 
133 
1258 
1259 
791 

1429 
2020 

541 

4 

5 

1590 

109 
1805 
776 

1112 
1141 
1851 
1403 

2034 



61 
110 



(409 
1410 
(361 
1362 
285 
(147 
1148 

(132 
1133 

159 
207 
195 
157 
110 



124 

(317 

1318 

669 

456 



2 
410 



220 



437 

;i68 

1G9 
227 
294 

427 

522 



247 

247 

247 

(522 

1523 

453 
1 

(303 
>304 
29,30 

196 

69 
228 

39 
353 
353 
220 

394 
557 

146 
1 

2 
440 

30 

505 
207 

318 

315 



385 



« {I? } 



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Gazette. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



11 



i'ame, residence, and invention . 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Ph 



Auer. Albert B., assignor of one-half to S. P. Rounds, Chicago, HI. Type-form furniture, &c 
Anerhaoh, Altschul & Brannon. (See Brannon, Patrick P., assignor.) 

Augir, Viola J., Spencer, Iowa. Album for photographs, <fcc 

Augspath, Louis, Little Rock, Ark. Railway-car 

Aula, Joseph, Burlington, Vt. Tricycle v 

Aull, William F., et al. (See Gartside, Joseph H., assignor.) 

Aumock, Charles D., Owasco Lake, N. Y. Force-feed fertilizer-distributer 

Aurand, Balera J., Mansfield, assignor to H. H. Rudd, Cleveland, Ohio. Thill-tug 

Austin. Dinsmore, assignor of one'third to H. C. Laub, Denison, Iowa. Attachment to 

windmills, <tc - 

Austin, Dinsmore, assignor of one-third to J. Knight, Denison, Iowa. Mechanical power 

for windmills 

Austin, Edward R. (See Jackson and Austin.) 

Austin, Frederick. (See Berlin, Henry, assignor.) 

Austin, George W., et al. (See Carleton, Monroe G., assignor.) 

Austin, Henry R., Norwood, N. T. Turbine water-wheel 

Austin, James, Brooklyn, N. T. Traction- wheel 



Austin, Joseph G., Camden, N. J. Wood-working machine ' 

Austin, Josiah, and R. Chamberlain, East Liberty, Ohio. Automatic double gate 

Austin. Matthew J., Danville, 111. Ditching-machine 

Austin, Samuel. (See Stites. Steel, and Austin.) 

Austin, William, Philadelphia, Pa. Sheet-metal pipe ' 

Austin, William F., Greenbush, N. Y. Potato-digger 

Austrian. Raphael. Reading, Pa. Apparatus for cleaning and polishing boots and shoes . 

Automatic Centering Chuck Company. (See Peer, John A., assignor.) 

Automatic Current Protector and Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Dyer, Josiah W., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Fire Alarm Association. (See Prentiss and Tilden, assignors.) 
Automatic Fire Extinguisher Company. (See Brown, Joseph R., assignor.) 
Automatic Gas Machine Company. (See Cottrell, Herbert, assignor.) 
Automatic Parcel Delivery Company. (See Hayden, Harris H., assignor.) 
Automatic Safety Boiler and Engine Company. (See Mather, Thomas W., assignor.) 
Automatic Safetv Boiler and Engine Company. (See Nunns and Smith, assignors.) 

Avoid], EllicntD., Brooklyn. N. Y. File for invoices, letters, bonds, &e 

Avery, Ashcr W., assignor of one-half to E. L. Ingalls, Verndale, Minn. Car-coupling. . . 
Avery, Cyrus M. (See Avery, Robert H., assignor.) 

Avery, Elroy M., Cleveland, Ohio. Electric cut-out 

Avery, George C, Louisville, Ky. Plumb-bob 

Avery. George C, Louisville, Ky. Double shovel plow 

Avery, George C. assignor to B. F. Avery &. Sons, Louisville, Ky. Plow 

Avery, John A., Boston. Mass. Mast-shield 

Avery, John G.. Spencer, Mass. Antifriction bearing 

Avery Lactato Company. (See Marsh, George A., assignor.) 
Avery Lactate Company. (See Thompson, Charles 0., "assignor.) 
Avery Lactate Company. (See Waite, Charles N., assignor.) 
Avery, Orlando M. (See Young, James E., assignor.) 

Avery, Robert H.. assignor of one-half to C. M. Avery, Galesburg, HI. Corn-planter 

Avery. Samuel, Phoenix, N. Y. Box-nailing machine' 

Avery & Sons, B F. (See Avery, George C., assignor.) 

Avery. William G., Cleveland, Ohio. Saw-set and punch 

Avery, William O., Washington, D. C. Fire-escape 

Axtell, Spencer T. (See Henley and Axtell.) 

Aydelott, Jacob S., Xenia. Ind.* Cog-link for chains 

Aydelott, Jacob S., Xenia, Ind. Lock 

Aver. Frank C, Columbus, Ohio. Rein and whip holder 

Aver. Frank C, Columbus. Ohio. Yehicle-dash fastening 

Aver. Frank C Columbus, Ohio. Combined whip and rein holder 

Avers, Alexander, San Jose, Cal. Saddle-girth 

Ay crs. George A., Holyoke, Mass. Hygrometer 



Ayers, George A., Holyoke, Mass. Hygrometric governor for railway -heads 

Ayling, Arthur P. (See Semple and Ayling.) 

Aylswortb, William P., Council Bluffs. Iowa. House-moving truck 

Ayo. .Joseph 0., near Houma, La. Dredging-bucket 

Ayres, Abraham, Xew York, N. Y. Railway-switch 

Ayres, Franklin C, Deadwoorl, Dak. Ter. Snap-hook 

Ayres, Henry, Philadelphia. Pa. Gripper for printing-presses 

Ayres, James, et al. (See Decker. Alexander C, assignor.) 

A\res, Jared A., assignor to Pneumatic Engine Company, Mystic River, Conn. Boiler- 
feed apparatus for engines 

Ayres. Jared A., assignor to Pneumatic Engine Company, Mystic River, Conn. Boiler 
feed-water apparatus 

Ayres. Jared A., assignor to Pneumatic Engine Company, Mystic River, Conn. Boiler- 
feeding apparatus 

Ayres, Peter, et al. (See Decker, Alexander C, assignor.) 

Ayres, Samuel, assignor to S. Ayres &, Son, Worcester, Mass. Animal-trap 

Ayres & Son, S. (See Ayres, Samuel, assignor.) 

Ayres, Tyler F.. Yuba, Wis. Churn 

Babb, William J., assignor to himself and W. T. Mason, Troy, N. Y. Fire-kindler 

Babb, William J., assignor to himself and W. T. Mason, Troy, N. Y. Fire-kindler. (Re- 
issue! 



Babbit. Joseph W., Hiawatha, Kans. Skimmer for evaporating-pans . 
Babbitt. Benjamin T., New York, N. Y. Rotary engine . 
Babbitt, B'-njamin T., New York, N. Y. " 
Babbitt, Benjamin T., New York, N. Y. 



Balanced rotary valve . 
Boiler-feeder 



Babbitt, Benjamin T., New York, N. Y. Steam-generator 

Babbitt, Benjamin T., New York, N. Y. Blast apparatus for forges 

Babbitt, Benjamin T., New York, N. Y. Extracting glycerino 

Babbitt, Benjamin T., New York, N. Y. Bleaching palm-oil, &c 

Babbitt. Benjamin T., New York, N. Y. Evaporating apparatus 

Babbitt. S. William, Meriden, Conn. Combined sink trap and safety-pocket. 
Babcock, Amos M.. Nora Springs, Iowa. Device for converting motion 



278,211 

271,705 
283,947 
289,746 

270,198 
269,989 

272,618 

273,796 



287,403 
269,990 

271,014 

272,619 
283,948 

290,659 
271,015 
290,380 



273.797 
283,743 

276,328 
279.316 
285,723 
290.959 
288,153 
287,215 



276,745 
270,364 

282,600 
284,994 

270,723 
281,822 
271,016 
2"«l,017 
287,493 
289,598 
277,533 

278,488 



290,513 
277,868 
275,115 
274,694 
274,546 



274,103 

274,104 

282,482 

274,252 
277,190 

10.352 
278.074 
269.991 
269,992 
269,993 

271,397 

273,433 



May 22 

Feb. 6 

Aug. 28 

Deo. 4 

Jan. 9 

Jan. 2 

Feb. 20 

Mar. 13 



Oct. 30 

Jan. 2 

Jan. 23 

Feb. 20 

Aug. 28 

Dec. 25 

Jan. 23 

Dec. 18 



2080 

216 

1792 
472 

438 
196 

1307 

722 



2059 
197 

1472 

1308 
1793 

1633 
1473 
1260 



Mar. 13 

Aug. 28 

Apr. 24 
June n 
Sept. 25 
Dec. 25 
How. 6 
Oct. 23 



724 
1541 

1884 
872 

1912 

2021 
442 

1820 



May 1 I 279 
Jan. 9 641 



275.976 
281,823 

:■ •(: ii.n 



286,759 
285,372 



Aug. 7 
Sept, 18 

Jan. 16 

July 24 

Jan. 23 

Jan. 23 

Oct. 30 

Dec. 4 

May 15 

May 29 

Dec. 18 
May 22 
Apr. 3 

Mar. 27 
Mar. 27 



Mar. 20 
Mar. 20 
Mar. 20 

Aug. 7 

Mar. 20 
May 8 

July 10 
Mav 22 
Jan. 2 
Jan. 2 
Jan. 2 

Jan. 30 

Mar. 6 

Apr. 17 
July 24 
Oct. 9 
Oct. 16 
Sept. 25 



151 
1032 

1113 

1878 
1474 
1475 
2170 
204 
1262 

2456 

1446 
1660 
309 
1876 
1699 



1101 
1103 



1298 
857 

1100 

1S98 

199 

200 

201 

1947 

250 
1429 

1879 

745 

1232 

1480 



573 

60 

507 
133 

129 

57 

364 
196 



559 

57 

C423 

J424 

365 

507 

449 
424 
353 



196 
436 

523 
243 

542 
558 
124 
499 



71 
189 

45 

289 

318 
513 

425 

425 

589 

79 

339 

C669 

\ 670 

399 
453 
86 
523 
471 



304 
305 



305 



357 



520 

57 

58 

58 

;563 

I 564 

68 

394 

513 

200 

333 

419 



2004 

478 
849 
969 

97 
41 

683 

966 



399 
41 

302 

683 

849 

1195 

302 
1125 



967 
804 

1572 
2282 
1258 
1202 
585 
349 



1672 
135 

.527 

1095 

233 

346 
302 
302 
421 
937 
1855 

2078 



1156 
1931 
1279 
1181 
1148 



1037 

1038 

1038 

501 

1073 
1779 

201 

1972 

41 

42 

42 

392 

876 
1488 
346 
145 
238 
118i 



12 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM TFE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Babcock, Barber, Busti, N. T. Cotton and hay press 

Babcock, Cyrus St., et al. (See Healy, Michael L., assignor.) 

Babcock, Erskine L., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to Indianapolis Machine and Bolt 

Works, Indianapolis, Ind . Pulley-wheel 

Babcock, George H. Plainfield, N. J. Luminous sign 

Babcock, Simeon, Manistee, Mich. Machine for sawing clapboards or rift siding 

Babcock, Sylvester P., Adrian, Mich. Hand-planter cut-off 

Babcock, Sylvester P., Adrian, Mich. Spring-metal cut-off for hand-planters 

Babcock & "Wilcox Company. (See Higcins, Campbell P., assignor.) 
Babcock & AVilcox Company. (See Pratt, Nathaniel W., assignor.) 

Babcock, William A ., South Coventry, Conn. Air-compressor 

Babcock, William A., South Coventry, Conn., assignor to Bishop & Babcock, Cleveland, 

Ohio. Faucet ' 

Babcock, William A.. South Coventry, Conn., assignor to Bishop & Babcock, Cleveland, 

Ohio. Hydraulic air-compressor _ 

Babcock. William H. (See Aldrich, James T., assignor.) 

Babcox, Hiram M. D. L., Modesto, Cal. Sulky dirt-scraper : 

Babcox, Hiram M. D. L., San Francisco, Cal. Pump 

Bach, Eduard, Richfield, Wis. Churn , 

Bach, John O, Hillsdale, Mich. Shaft-press 

Bach, John C., assignor to himself and H. Alles, Hillsdale, Mich. Two-wheeled vehicle . . 
Bach, Thomas C. (See Moore, Ira, assignor.) 
Bach, Thomas C. (See Moore, Ira W., assignor.) 

Bachelder, John, Napa, Cal. Agricultural machine 

Bacher, Gottfried, Kladno, Austria- Hungary. Apparatus for depositing and collecting 

sediments or precipitates , 

Bachman, Albeit. Sbclbnrne. Nova Scotia, Canada, assignor of one-third to J. W. Young, 

Boston. Mass. Pulley-block 

Bachman, Jacob, Stony Bun, Pa. Pan for grain-separators, &c 

Bachmann, Emil, New York, N. Y. Elevator 

Baehinann, Emil, New York. N. Y. Coin detector 

Bachmann, Emil, New York. N. Y. Elevator , 

Bachmann, Johann, Nuvemb rg; Bavaria, Germany, assiguorto Link-Belt Machinery Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Belt-fastener 

Backus, Augustus. (See Watrous. James A., assignor.) 

Backus, Quimby S., Winchendon, Mass. Combined bathing apparatus and commode 

Backus, Onimliy S., Winchendon, Mass. Boiler : 

Backus, Thadeus J. (See Walker and Backus.) 

Backus, Victor M., Indianapolis, Ind. Vehicle-spring 

Backus, Victor M., Indianapolis, Ind. Vehicle- spring 

Bacon, Charles H, Boston, assignor of one-half to A!~Fuller, E. Newhall, Lynn, and J. H. 

Sturgis, Brookline, Mass. Rotary engine 

Bacon," Charles H, assignor of one-half to A. Fuller, Boston, E. Newhall, Lynn, and J. H. 

Sturgis, Brookline, Mass. Apparatus for measuring fluids 

Bacon, Edward H. La Prairie, 111. Bibbon box and reel 

Bacon, George C, Lynn, Mass. Clamp 

Bacon, Henry S. (See Bate, Wallace II.. assignor.) 

Bacon, Henry S. (See Cusbman, Henry S., assignor.) 

Bacon, Henry S., Milford, Mass., assignor to Union Fastening Company, Jersey City, N. J. 

Tube-forming and cord-covering machine ' 

Bacon, J. Francis, et al. (See Pfaufz, Daniel M., assignor.) 
Bacon, John L. (See Preston and Bacon.) 

Bacon, Joseph H, Charlotte. Mich. Signal 

Bacon, Joseph H. , and W. H. Paige. Deti oit, Mich. Straight-way valve 

Bacon, Nathaniel T. (See Cowles, William, assignor.) 

Bacon, Orin F., assignor to Peed & Barton, Taunton, Mass. Table-caster frame 

Bacon, Beuben S., assignor of one-half to E. J. Pelton, Springfield, Ohio. Boiler for endless 

belts 



No. 



Bacon, William. (See Walker and Bacon.) 

Bacon, William L., Philadelphia, Pa. Strap-hinge 

Badcock, Henry. (See Bichards, James F., assisnor.) 

Baden, Thomas E., assignor to M. J. Wine, Washington, D. C. Package-holder . . 

Badger, George A., Quincy, Mass. Cash-carrier 

Badger, Jonathan, Now York, N. Y. Spoon and sugar-tongs combined 

Badger, Jonathan, Now York, N. Y. Window-ventilator 

Badger, Walter A., et al. (See Beynolds, David E., assignor.) 

Badger, William E., Quincy, Mass. Ball-governor for steam-engines 

Badger, William E., Quincy, Mass. Governor- valve 

Badger, William P., Muscotah. Kans. Windmill 

Badgloy Charles C. Neelysville. Mo Steam logging-crab 

Badglcy, Joscphus H, Clayton, Mich. Baling-prcss 

Badtfle'v, Oliver B., et al. (See Miller, David W., assignor.) 

Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik. (Sen Bernthsen. August, assignor.) 



Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik. 
Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik. 
Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik. 
Baecbler, Charles. Portland, Oreg 



(See Brunck, Heinrich, assignor.) 

(See Caro and Kern, assignors.) 

(See Hern, Alfred, assignor.) 

Casting stereotype-plates 

Baer, Henry C, Massillon, Ohio." Pneumatic shavings and dust feeder , 

Baer, Leopold, T. F. Miner, and T. Taylor. La Grande, Oreg. Non-explosive lamp 

Baese, C. Otto. (See Gartner. Adolph, assignor.) 

Baggott, James E., assignor of one-half to C. R. Combs, Memphis, Mo. Cream and milk 

transporter 

Baggs, Andrew H., deceased, Labelle Glass Company, legatee, Bridgeport, Ohio. Glass- 
lamp mold 

Bagley, Perkins H. (See Slater, Bicbard L., assignor.) 

Bagot, Joseph, Brooklyn. N. Y. Combined perch and parasite-trap 

Baliret, Jacob F., Fort Wayne, Ind. Toy trundle or hoop 

Baier, Franz, Chicago, 111. Oil-stove stand 

Baier, Franz A., New York, N. Y. Bottle-packing box 

Bade, Charles P., New Windsor, Md. Green corn silker 

Bailey, Benjamin F., Manchester, N. H., and G. H. Griffen, Wareham, Mass. Portable? 

soda-water apparatus 5 

Bailey, Charles A., trustee. (See Cayce, John M., assignor.) 

Bailey, Charles A., Middletown, Conn. Mechanical toy 



277,101 



285.809 
281.103 
273.701 
27G.995 
270.990 



280,997 

287,357 

287,358 

277.820 
284.708 
275,747 
290.8.54 
288,757 

278,075 

277.191 

272.180 
270,882 
284.352 
285,204 
280,700 

285,543 

275.011 
279,905 

274,547 
287,404 

280,438 

289,058 
283.949 
282 945 



273,217 



273,218 
281,228 

285,544 

280,282 

289,599 

290,514 
279,088 
274,095 
287,791 

278,387 
289.954 
285.948 
270.873 
280,108 



278,052 
277,1112 
284,353 



285,724 

277,402 

273,434 
270,740 
272,020 
278,701 
287,083 

283,000 



Date. 



May 8 



Oct. 2 
Sept. 4 
Mar. 13 
May 8 
May 8 



July 10 

Oct. 23 

Oct. 23 

May 15 
Sept. 11 
Apr. 10 
Dec. 25 
Nov. 20 



June 5 

May 8 

Feb. 13 
Jan 23 
Sept. 4 
Sept. 18 
Oct. 10 

Sept. 25 

Apr. 3 
June 20 

Mar. 27 
Oct. 30 

July 3 

Nov. 27 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 14 



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volume. 



745 



111 
3 
594 
008 
008 



1993 

1995 

1000 
078 
1145 
1804 
1225 



1 

858 

745 
1305 

235 
1280 
1234 

1090 

108 
1590 

1700 
2059 



1591 

1794 

501 



Feb. 27 : 20Utf 581 



Feb. 27 
July 17 

Sept. 25 

June 20 

Dec. 4 

Dec. 18 
•Tune 19 
Mar. 27 
Nov. 6 

May 29 

Dec. 11 

Oct. 2 

Jan. 10 

Oct. 9 



May 29 
May 8 
Sept. 4 



Sept. 25 

May 8 

Mar. fi 
May 1 
Feb. 20 
June 5 
Oct. 23 



2009 
1109 



1447 
1340 

1877 
4 

2334 
720 

218 
1287 
474 



2055 
859 
238 



1914 
1090 

251 

281 
1309 

105 
1050 



33 

1 
159 
159 
100 



810 | 220 

I 



543 

544 

437 
191 
314 
515 
335 



1 

228 

200 
377 
GO 
302 
333 

470 

45 
447 

472 
559 

34 

440 
508 
159 



1091 477 
2045 575 
285 80 



Aug. 14 \ 700 



400 

372 

523 

2 

638 
203 
61 
371 
131 



720 

228 

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294 



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305 

30 

453 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



13 



Name, residence, and invention. 



.Y. Elec- 



Bailoy, Charles A., Middletowu, Conn. Trundle toy. 

Bailey, Charles E., and W. R. Talbot, Providence, 11. I. Manufacture of shoo-buttons ... 

Bailey, Daniel. Buckeye City, Ohio. Beehive 

Bailey, Ezra II., assignor to Canvas Slide Fire Escape Company, "Washington, D. C. In- 
olirie-plane fire-escape 

Bailey, I'm tune L., Free po rt, Ind. l'lano 

Baile'v, Frank W. (See AVebb, Moiell A., assignor.) 

Bailey, Henry, New York, N. Y. Pulverizer 

Bailey, Henry C. (See Bennett, John M.. assignor.) 

Bailey, Henry D. W., Canton, Ohio. Grain-hinder 

Bailey, Henry D. W., Canton. Ohio. Grain-hinder 

Bailey, Henry L., Brooklj n, X. Y. Circuit for secondary electric clocks 

Bailey, Henry L., Brooklyn, assiguor to Time Tclograph Company, New York, N. 
trie circuit and apparatus for synchronizing clock-pendulums 

Bailey. Henry I... Brooklyn, assignor to Time Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
tric-spark arresting circuit and device 

Bailey, Henry P., Boston, Mass., and A. A. Hurd, Northwood, N. H. Sewing-machine... 

Bailey, James G., Patterson, Ontario, assignor of one-half to K. Thorne, Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada. Tricycle 

Bailey. Jefferson, Providence, R. I., assignor to McTammany Organette Company, Worces- 
ter.' Mass. Music-sheet for mechanical musical instruments 

Baile v, Joseph II. . Woonsocket, R. I. Hatchet 

Bai ley. Leonai d. Hartford, Conn. Bench-plane 

Bailey, Leonard O, 'Washington, D. C. Combined truss and bandage 

Bailey, Michael. Windham, Ohio. Fence 

Bailey, Samuel R., Boston, Mass. "Wood-dressing machine 

Bailey, Selden A., assignor to Lark Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. Vehicle- 



spring 



BaiUy. Walter M., New York, N. Y. Elevator 

Bailey. Walter M.. New York, N. Y. Apparatus for making varnish, &c 

Bailey, William F., St. Paul, Minn. Sash-fastener 

Bailey, William U.. Minneapolis, Minn. Spike 

Bailie, William L. (See Wood and Bailie.) 

Baillie-Hamilton, Charles R., Greenwich, county of Kent, England. Velocipede 

Baily. Jesse. Spieeland, Ind. Washing-machine - 

Bairi Electric Cniupauy. (See Bain, Fore6, assignor.) 

Bain, Force., Minneapolis. Minn., assignor to T. G. Springer, Chicago, HI. Dynamo-elec- 
tric machine 

Bain. Force, Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to T. G. Springer, Chicago, 111. Electric-are 
lamp 

Bain. Force, assiguor to Fisher Electric Company, Union City, Ind. Electric lamp 

Bain. Force. Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Bain Electric Company, Chicago, 111. Car- 
bon for arc-lamps 

Bain, Fore>, assignor to Bain Electric Company, Chicago, 111. Dynamo or magneto elec- 
tric generator 

Bain, Force, assignor to Bain Electric Company, Chicago, 111. Dynamo-electric machine .. 

Bain. Force, assignor to Bain Electric Company, Chicago, 111. Dynamo-electric machine . . 

Bain. Force, assignor to Bain Electric Company, Chicago, HI. Dynamo or magneto elec- 
tric machine 

Bain. Force, assignor to Bain Electric Company, Chicago, HI. Method of and apparatus 
for cutting and shaping objecis 

Bain. George M., H at. (See Buie. Duncan M., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Bain. Robert E. W. (See Bain, William B., assignor.) 

Bain, William B., assignor of one-half to P. E, W. Bain, St. Louis, Mo. Carriage-wheel lock. . 

Bainbridge, David. Philadelphia, Pa. Hull of vessels 7 

Bair, G. Milton. (See Raftensparger, Christian M., assignor.) 

Bair & Gazzam. (See Killip. John, assignor.) 

Bair. Ishmael, South Bend, Ind. Spring bed-bottom 

Baird. James. Allegheny, assignor to Better & Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Link-bonding machine 

Bainl. Rohert, assignor to Boidt Brothers & Co., Glasgow, Scotland. Valve attachment 
lor gravity-lubricators 

Bail -.ton-, William H., assignor to Horner Brothers, Philadelphia, Pa. Loom for weaving 
carpets 

Baker, A. L.. et al. (See Schermerhorn, Herschel A., assignor.) 

linker. Allied. (See Ferguson and Baker.) 

Baker. Augustus H. (See Pinney, Henry L., assignor.) 

B.ik< r, Augustus H., Hartford, assignor of one-half to H. L. Pinney, South Windsor, Conn.? 
Railway-signal C 

Baker. Bernard N. (See Price, George W., assignor.) 

Baker, Charles A., Boulder, Colo. Combined sofa and hath-tuh 

Baker, Charles A., New York, N. Y. Filtering compound 

Baker, Charles F. (See Clapp and Baker.) 

Baker. Charles J.. Topcka, Kans. Aligner for type-writers 

Baker, Christian E., Chicago, 111 , assiguor of one-half to C. A. Eggert, Muskegon, Mich. 
Fire-escape 

Baker. Cyrus M., West Watorvillo. Me., assignor of one-half to J. H. Mandeville, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Turbine water- wheal 



No. 



Baker, Daniel and D. C. Stephens City, Va. Gate 

Baker, Daniel C. (See Baker, Daniel and D. C.) 

Baker. Edgar, assignor to himself and S. W. Cunideu. Washington, D. C. Stopping and 
starting mechanism for intermittent machines 

Baker, Frank E. (See Hitchcock, Arthur C, assignor.) 

Bilker. Frank P., ct al. (See Baker, Loring J., assignor.) 

Baker George A .. Boston, Mass. Spring coupling-link 

Baker. George C. (See Likes, Hedge, and Baker.) 

Baker, George C. assignor to H. B. Hedge and T. A. Noble, Des Moines, Iowa. Fence- 
barb and barbed wire 

Baker, George M., and W. Abbott, Espy, Pa. Step-ladder 

Baker. George M.. and W. Abbott, Espy, Pa. Step-ladder 

Baker, George W., Aberdeen. Md. Canning green corn 

Baker, George W., assignor to White Sewing Machine Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Sew- 
ing-machine ruffler 



281,428 
273.932 
283,554 

288,394 

286,894 

275,506 

283,456 

283,457 
284,355 

278,846 

284,354 
286,988 

285,205 

286,108 
270,883 
285,546 
265,545 
273,435 
277,827 

271,187 
269,994 
277,534 
280,892 
285,373 

270,896 
276,329 



280,708 

280,709 
283,186 

284,939 

287,608 
287,609 
287,610 

287,611 

288,395 



288,154 
272,621 



289,493 
287,359 

274,894 

289,955 



271,296 

277,438 
286,370 

282,253 

278,847 

277,535 
276,330 

275,116 
271,592 



273,219 
284,356 
285,949 
273,436 

271,679 



Date. 



July 17 
Mar. 13 
Aug. 21 

Nov. 13 

Oct. 16 

Apr. 10 

Aug. 21 
Aug. 21 
Sept. 4 

June 5 

Sept. 4 
Oct. 23 

Sept. 18 

Oct. 2 
Jan. 23 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 25 
Mar. 6 
May 15 

Jan. 23 
Jan. 2 
May 15 
July 10 
Sept. 25 

Jan. 23 
Apr. 24 



July 3 

July 3 
Aug. 14 

Sept. 11 

Oct. 30 
Oct. 30 
Oct. 30 

Oct. 30 

Nov. 13 



Nov. 6 
Feb. 20 



Dec. 4 

Oct, 23 

Apr. 3 

Deo. 11 



Jan. 30 

May 15 

Oct. 9 

July 31 

June 5 

May 15 

Apr. 24 

Apr. 3 

Feb. 6 



Feb. 27 
Sept. 4 
Oct. 2 
Mar. 6 



Monthly 
volume. 



1359 
E93 

1307 

771 
1404 

915 

1196 
1198 
241 

235 

239 
1527 

1288 

405 
1308 
1694 
1692 

252 
1601 

1683 
202 

1263 
684 

1487 

1322 

1885 



443 

444 
852 

956 

2332 
2334 
2337 

2338 

774 



443 
1309 



155 
1997 



5 
721 



1815 

1151 
746 

2428 

239 

1265 

1887 



375 
244 
366 
(208 
$209 
385 

248 

336 
336 

67 

69 

67 
421 

362 

111 
378 
478 
477 
68 
438 

485 
58 
339 
193 
419 

(381 

$382 

523 



126 

127- 
238 

268 

630 
630 
631 

631 

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365 



42 

544 



1 

204 



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)527 

309 
200 

668 

69 

339 
(523 
>524 



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23 



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242 
220 
252 



582 
67 
62 



252 
995 
748 

649 

268 

1390 

728 
728 
945 

2163 

944 
295 

1139 

75 

275 

1219 

1218 

877 

1915 

336 

42 

1855 

128 
1181 

278 
1572 



79 

79 

658 

1074 

452 
453 
453 

453 

650 



585 
684 



913 

381 



1227 
1020 



368 

1837 
14C 

444 

2164 

1856 
1572 

1279 



824 

945 

42 

877 



Feb. 6 I 110 30 23 : 459 



14 



INDEX OF PATENTS I8SUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Baker, George "W., assignor to White Sewing Machine Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Em- 
broidering attachment for sewing-machines 

Baker, George W., assignor to White Sewing Machine Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Fric- 
tion-clutch 

Baker, Gilbert, Boston, Mass. Dres»= and skirt protector 

Baker & Hamilton. (See Armstrong, William T., assignor.) 

Baker & Hamilton. (See Laufenburg, Michael N., assignor.) 

Baker & Hamilton. (See Winn, James H, assignor.) 

Baker, Henry D. (See Sullivan and Baker.) 

Baker, Herbert. (See Colburn, Henry J., assignor.) 

Baker, Hudson A., Bay City, Mich. Cash-carrier 

Baker, Hudson A., Bay City, Mich. Box 

Baker, Hudson A., Bay City, Mich. Cash and parcel carrying railway 

Baker, Hudson A., Bay City, Mich. Cash-carrier 

Baker, Isaac. (See Price, William, assignor.) 

Baker, Jackson JR., Jersey City, N. J. Lid for car-axle boxes 

Baker, Jackson R., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to National Safety Car Bearing Company, 
of New York. Car-axle box 

Baker, Jackson E., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to National Safety Car Bearing Company, 
of New York. Car-axle-box lid -. 

Baker, James, St. Louis, Mo. Velocipede 

Baker, James, St. Louis, Mo. Washing-machine 

Baker, James E., Madison, Wis. Balanced slide-valve 

Baker, James E., Chicago, 111. Device for promoting combustion in furnaces 

Baker, James H. , Westville, Ohio. Die and die-block for forge-hammers 

Baker, John C, et al. (See Packham, Erank R., assignor.) 

Baker, John G., assignor to Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Mechanism for cutting up plastic or yielding substances 

Baker, John G., assignor to Enterprise Mauufacturing Company of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Cutting up plastic or yielding substances 

Baker, John G., assignor to Enterprise Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Lard- 
press and sausage-stuffer 

Baker, JohnG., assignortoEnterpriseManufaeturingCompany, Philadelphia, Pa. Cherry- 
stoner '. 

Baker, John J. (See Meltzer and Baker. ) 

Baker, John S., et al. (See Burns and Buckman, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Baker, John W., Baltimore, Md. Gas-burning stove 

Baker, Loring J., Boston, Mass. Boiler-skate 

Baker, Loring J., assignor of one-half to F. P. Baker and J. W. Clark, Boston, Mass. Boat- 
plug -• 

Baker, M. K. (See Hedge and Noble, assignors.) 

Baker Manufacturing Company, Seth W. (See Mason, Lowell C, assignor.) 

Baker, Pratt & Co. (See Munger, George, assignor.) 

Baker, Bansom B., Buffalo, N.Y". Album and book clasp 

Baker, Samuel, Buffalo, N. Y. Whip-holder 

Baker, Sanford J., Oakland, Me. Hay-knife 

Baker, Sanford J., West Waterville, Me., assignor of one-third to J. H. Mandeville, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Hay-knife 

Baker, Theodore P. (See Park, Aaron, assignor ) 

Baker, Thomas, Aston, near Birmingham, and W. M. Scott, Birmingham, county of War- 
wick, England ; said Baker assignor to said Scott. Cartridge 

Baker, Walter. (See Thomas and Baker.) 

Baker, William D., Bockland, Mass. Projectile for carrying and discharging oil 

Baker, William H. (See Knight and Baker.) 

Baker, William H., assignor of six-tenths to A. Lent, D. C. Barber, and T. H. Bice, Oxford, 
Mich. Draft-equalizer 

Baker, William H., assignor of six-tenths to A. Lent, D. C. Barber, and T. H. Rice, Oxford, 
Mich. Draft-equalizer 

Baker, William H. H, Ereeport, HI. Snow-plow 

Baker, William B., assignor to McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, Chicago, HI. < 
Grain-binder j 

Baker, William B. , and H. E. Pridmore, assignors to McCormick Harvesting Machine Com- 
pany, Chicago, HI. Harvester 

Baker, William S. G., Baltimore, Md. Car-axle box 

Baker, William S. G. , Baltimore, Md. Car-axle box. 

Baker, William T., assignor of two-thirds to R. Marvin and J. Shull, Eindlay, Ohio. Steam- 
engine 

Baker, Wilson M. (See Packard, Wales A., assignor.) 

Baker, Wilson M., Hrbana, Ohio. Reshipping packing-box 

Bakewell, Thomas, trustee. (See Bissell, Simeon, assignor.) 

Bakewell, William H., Allegheny City, Pa. Camp-chair and cot 

Balcb, Alfred. (See Tomlinson and Balch.) 

Balch, Lewis. (See Armstrong and Waite, assignors.) 

Balderston, C. Canby, Westtown, and C. Balderston, Philadelphia, Pa. Car coupling and 

buffer 

Balderston, Charles. (See Balderston, C. Canby and C.) 

Baldridge, Herman, Los Angeles, Ca). Churn ! 

Baldwin. A. C. (See demons, Thomas P., assignor.) 
Baldwin, A. 0. (See Trier, Erank, assignor.) 
Baldwin, Andrew J. (See Baldwin and Geise.) 

Baldwin, Benjamin W., Pittsburg, Pa. Journal-box 

Baldwin, Byron, New York, N. Y. Corset-lacing 

Baldwin, Charles E. (See Beard and Baldwin.) 

Baldwin, Charles E., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to C. Beard. Copying-roller . 
Baldwin, Charles E., assignor of one-half to C. Beard, New York, N.Y. Lamp-wick cleaner 
Baldwin, Charles E., assignor of one-half to C. Beard, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 

taking proof 

Baldwin, Charles S., assignor to Goodyear's Metallic Rubber Shoe Company, Naugatuck, 

Conn. Overshoe 

Baldwin, Charles W., assignor to E. F. Allen, Denver, Colo. Hoisting device 

Baldwin, Cyrus W., Chicago, 111. Elevator 

Baldwin, Cyrus W., Chicago, 111. Lubricator 



No. 



274,548 

285,725 
282,254 



280, m 
282,483 
285,374 
285,375 

283,691 

269,995 

270,172 

273,007 

286,109 
286,573 
282,035 
280,998 

271,398 
271,399 
275,567 
276,331 



285,376 
280,338 

277,102 



278,762 
284,995 
288,198 

276,951 



271,565 
272,400 

275,321 

275,322 
281,954 

283,744 

275,977 
276.210 
282,149 

280,710 
272,513 
2,60,004 

287,084 
277,103 



283,950 
273,798 

274,549 

278,075 

278,848 

286,761 
277,403 
276,332 
287,085 



Date. 



Mar. 27 

Sept. 25 
July 31 



June 26 
Aug. 7 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 25 

Aug. 21 

Jan. 2 

Jan. 2 

Feb. 27 

Oct. 2 
Oct. 16 
July 31 
July 10 

Jan. 30 

Jan. 30 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 24 



Sept. 25 
July 3 

May 8 



June 5 
Sept. 18 
Nov. 13 

May 1 



Jan. 30 
Feb. 20 

Apr. 3 

Apr. 3 
July 24 

Aug. 28 

Apr. 17 
Apr. 24 
July 31 

July 3 
Feb. 20 
June 26 



Oct. 23 
May 8 



Aug. 28 
Mar. 13 

Mar. 27 
May 22 

June 5 

Oct. 16 

May 8 
Apr. 24 
Oct. 23 



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volume. 



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1701 



1915 
2429 



1715 

5 

1488 

1489 

1470 

205 

406 

1805 

405 

996 

2135 

813 



1949 
1952 
916 



1492 
1 



106 
1033 

508 

545 



2163 
1026 

560 

561 
2036 

1542 

1430 
1721 
2299 

445 
1172 
1717 

1652 

747 



1795 
724 

1702 
1899 

240 

1236 
1098 
1889 
1653 



472 



543 

668 



480 

2 

419 

420 

414 

58 

118 
C505 
i 506 
111 
269 
586 
226 



564 
565 



524 



420 
1 



196 



30 
289 
141 

142 



623 
287 

153 

153 

557 

(436 

J 437 

395 

476 
631 

127 

(327 
J 328 

481 



453 
196 



508 
196 

472 
520 

69 

334 
295 
524 
454 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



15 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Baldwin, Cyrus W., Chicago, HI. Gas-engine 

Baldwin. Cyrus W., assignor to W. E. Hale, Chicago, 111. 
Baldwin. Cyrus W., assignor to W. E. Hale, Chicago, 111. 
Baldwin, Cyrus W., assignor to "W. E. Hale, Chicago, 111. 
Baldwin, Cyrus W., assignor to W. E. Hale, Chicago, 111. 
Baldwin, Cyrus W., assignor to W. E. Hale, Chicago, HI. 

Baldwin, Cyrus W., assignor to W. E. Hale, Chicago, HI. 



Gas-engine. 
Gas-engine . 
Gas-engine. 
Gas-engine. 
Gas-engine. 

Gas-engine. 



Baldwin. Cyrus W., assignor to W. E. Hale, Chicago, HI. Gas-engine. 

Baldwin, Hewitt C, Onondaga, Mich. Excavator 

Baldwin, Eben A., North Andover, Mass. Self-acting mule 



Baldwin, Elizabeth P. (See Bate, "William A., assignor.) 

Baldwin. Frank S., and P. A. Migasi, St. Louis, Mo. Rein-holder 

Baldwin. Gt-orge fl., Hollidaysburg, Pa. Gas-furnace. (Reissue) 

Baldwin, James M., New York, N. Y. Fabric for furniture and wall coverings 

Baldwin, James S., assignor to H. C. McDougall, Newark, N. J. Toy mortar 

Baldwin, John B. (See Magreevy, William P., assignor.) 

Baldwin. John M., Sidney, N. J. Sash-holder 

Baldwin, John W., A. J., and M. H., Jr., and G. A. Geise, Dawson, Ga. Gin-honse . 

Baldwin, Joseph J., Baltimore, Md. Step-ladder 

Baldwin, Joseph J., Baltimore, Md. Step-ladder. 

Baldwin, Jndson A., Shelbnrno, Vt. Door-latch 

Baldwin, Judson A., Shelburne, Vt. Refrigerator 



Reclining-chair 

Car- wheel 

assignor of one-half to H. A. Doit, Kansas City, Mo. Chair-sup- 



Baldwin, Marcellus 0., Kansas City, Mo. 

Baldwin. Marcellus 0., Kansas City, Mo. 

Baldwin. Marcellus 0. 
port and footstool. 

Baldwin, Marcellus 0.. assignor of one-half to H. A. Dorr, Kansas City, Mo. Car-axle . . 

Baldwin, Moses H., Jr. (See Baldwin and Geise.) 

Baldwin. Nathan H., Laconia, assignor of one-half to R. M. Appleton, Lake Village, N. H. 
N<ck tic-fastener 

Baldwin. Otis M. (See West, John C, assignor.) 

Baldwin, Ozro J., North Clarendon, Pa. Sleigh-shoe 

Baldwin, Ransom G., Oskaloosa, Iowa. Washing-machine 

Baldwin, Ruel S.. Sparta, Wis. Machine for forming wire springs 

Baldwin, Sidney M. (See Higgins, Walter B., assignor.) 

Baldwin. William, Marion, Ind. Plashed fence 

Baldwin, WiUiam F., Grayville. HI. Plow-point 

Balis, Thomas M . and J. A. Jackson ; said Bales assignor to W. Hemphill, Des Moines, 
Iowa. Cockle-machine and grain-separator 

Ball. Albert. (See Cartmell and Ball.) 

Ball, Albert, Clareniont. N. H. Emery-wheel 

Ball. Albert, Canton, Ohio. Plow-point 

Ball, Albert. Canton, Ohio. Sulky-plow 

Ball, AlonzoC, and B. H. Tripp, Gallatin. Mo. Churn 

Ball. Charles A. (See Groesbeck, Sterling, Ball, and Wright.) 

Ball, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. Electric gas-generator 

Ball, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. Dynamo-electric machine 

Ball, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. Dynamo-electnc machine 

Ball, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. Armature for electric motors 

Ball. Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. Dynamo-electric machine 

Ball. Charles E , Philadelphia, Pa. Dynamo-electric machine 

Ball. Charles H., Toledo, Ohio. Box-fastener 

Ball. Charles 0., Lowell, Mass. Station-indicator 

Ball, Clinton M., assignor to himself and J. B. Tibbits, Troy, N. V. Electric lamp 

Ball, Clinton M., Troy, assignor to himself and J. B. Tibbits, Hoosic, N. Y. Magneto- 
electric machine 

Ball. Cortland, Indianapolis. Ind. Polishing-iron 

Ball. Flamen. Jr., Cincinnati. Ohio. Electric head-light for locomotives, &c 

Ball. Frank H., Erie, Pa. Steam-engine governor 

Ball. George F. (See Higinbotham and Ball.) 

Ball. Jacob. Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, assignor of two-thirds to J. S. Chase and C. M. 
Martin. Greenville. Mich. Grub-pulling machine 

Ball. Jacob, assignor of one-half to J. S. Chase, Greenville, Mich. Feed-water regulator .. 

Ball. James A. (See Mooie, Jonathan J., assignor.) 

Ball. John A., Oakland, Cal. Trunk 

Ball. John A.. Oakland. Cal. Disintegrate g-kopper for dredgers and excavators 

Ball, John W., and H. Clark, Baltimore, Md. Machinery for breasting the heels of hoots 
and shoes 



Ball, R. Edward, New York, N. Y. Dynamo-electric machine 

Ball. R. Edward. New York, N. Y. Dynamo-electric machine 

Ball. Richard, Boston, Mass. Trunk-carrier 

Ball. Thomas H.. Hal. (See Gardner, Marshall, assignor.) 

Ball. Warren J . Canton, Ohio. Car-axle-box lid 

Ball. Wilber W., assignor of one-half to J. B. Carter and O. L. Moulder, Kokomo, Ind. 
Mower 



Balla^h. Andrew H.. assignor of one-third to J. W. Dunnaway, Macon, Mo. Baling-press 

Ballard, Dewitt C, Centreville, Mont. Ter. Tongue-support 

Ballard. George W. Hunter's Springs, W. Va. Seeding-machine 

Ballard. Ira L., and J. W. Craig, Medium's River, Va. Railway-gate 

Ballard, Martin L.. Georgetown, Ky. Bottle-stopper 

Ballard & Son, J. A. (See Harris, James W. anil S.. assignors.) 
Ballatschano, Constantin, et al. (See Trenlc, Heinrich, assignor.) 
Ballatschano. Jean, et al. (Sec Trenk, Heimich, assignor.) 

Ballon, Barton A., Providence, R. I. Pin 

Ballon, Edward F., Marlborough, Mass. Roller for skates 

Ballon, George F., Waltham, Mass. Electric device for windiug clocks 

Ballon. Hiram P.. Necdham, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself, G. E. Nye, 

Bristol. Pa., and M. H. A. Evans, Graniteville, Mass. Circular-rib knitting-machine 

Ballou, John, Somerville, Mass. Grate 



No. 



287.897 
276,747 

276,748 
276,740 

276.7."0 
276,751 

288.396 

290.310 
283.951 

272,401 

276.655 

10,329 

288.294 

283,847 

275,456 

283,187 

283,555 
289,059 
276.333 
276,752 

270,724 

276,211 

274,877 
275,323 



270,173 



274,895 
271,593 

282,036 

277,659 
289,797 
289,798 
271.566 



Date. 



274,550 
278.077 

281.955 
285,340 

282,255 
279,476 
280,439 
286,372 

281,173 



Nov. 6 

May 1 

May 1 

May 1 

May 1 

May 1 

Nov. 13 

Dec. 18 
Aug. 28 
Feb. 20 

May 1 
May 22 
Nov. 13 
Aug. 28 

Apr. 10 

Aug. 14 

Aug. 21 
Nov. 27 
Apr. 24 
May 1 

Jan. 16 

Apr. 24 

Mar. 27 
Apr. 3 

Jan. 2 

Oct. 9 
Sept. 25 
Mar. 13 

Apr. 3 
Feb. 6 

July 31 

May 15 

Dec. 11 

Dec 11 

Jan. 30 



Monthly 
volume. 



Dec. 18 
May 8 
May 15 
Sept. 4 



Mar. 27 
May 22 

July 24 
Sept. 18 

July 31 
June 12 
July 3 
Oct. 9 

July 10 

June 5 
May 15 
Aug. 14 
July 17 
Oct. 2 
Aug. 21 



287.066 Oct. 23 
385,783 Oct. 2 

277,104 May 8 



135 
282 
284 
285 
288 
291 

776 
1166 



1027 

143 

2219 

623 

1667 



853 

1308 
1592 
1891 
293 

1114 



407 

747 

1697 

894 



2136 



746 
1900 

243 
1695 
1696 
1696 
1732 
2458 
1110 

1021 

860 

1266 

4 



1703 
1901 

2038 
1437 

2430 
1085 
128 
748 

1026 

565 
1151 

855 
1242 

221 
1471 



284,591 Sept. 11 529 150 
286,574 Oct. 16 996 270 



581 
153 



118 



380 
148 
148 
6-23 

206 
520 
67,68 
478 
478 
478 
478 
670 
306 

288 

228 

339 

2 



473 
521 



557 
406 



300 

34 

200 

287 



■25 



23 



24 



24 



650 



1651 

2027 
624 
826 



1573 
1676 

233 

1546 

1217 
1321 



146 

1219 

995 

1228 
442 

396 



188 



16 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Same, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Ballou, Walter, North Attleborough, Mass. Roller-chain 

Baltzell, Charles, Cumberland, Md. Corn-harvester 

Baltzell, Frank. (See Burdine, William B., assignor.) 

Baltzell, Frank, Troy, Ala. Cotton cleaner and condenser 

Baizer, John C , Southington, Conn. Method of and die for forging cutting-pliers 

Bambach, Charles H., assignor of one-half to T. Bambach, Baltimore, Md. Neck-yoke . . . 

Bambach, Thomas. (See Bambach, Charles H., assignor.) 

Bancroft, George D., Springfield, assignor to T. Merrick, Holyoke, Mass. Apparatus for 
moistening air in buildings 

Bancroft, J. Sellers, and W. H. Thome, assignors to W. Sellers, Philadelphia, Pa. Ma- 
chine for sharpening drills 

Bancroft, J. Sellers, and W. H. Thome, assignors to W. Sellers, Philadelphia, Pa. Drill. 

Bancroft, William, Wilmington, Del. Blotter-tablet 

Bandolier, Louis E., New Haven, Ind. Traction-engine 

Bandman, Charles J., assignor of one-half to R. Deeves, New York, N. Y. Fire-proof ceil- 
ing 

Bane, James K., Gilroy, Cal. Rotary harrow 

Bane, James R., Gilroy, Cal. Combined harrow, roller, and seeder 

Bane, James R., Gilroy, Cal. Horse hay-rake 

Banes, Howard. (See McGrory, Thomas, assignor.) 

Bang, Ivar A., and C. A. Sanguinetti, Marseilles, Fiance. Decolorizing vegetable oils . . . 
Bang, Ivar A. F., and J. De Caslro, Paris, France. Treating acid or partly acid fatty bod- 
ies 

Bangert, John D., Baltimore, Md. Machine for mixing and aerating flour 

Bangs, David E., Med ford, Mass. Valve for vapor-burnera 

Banister, James A. (See Denny, John W., assignor.) 

Banks Button Hole Machine Company. (See Banks, Charles M., assignor.) 

Banks, Charles E., and J. W. Chestnut, New Castle, Pa. Dinner-pail . 

Banks, Charles M., assignor to Banks Button Hole Machine Company, (limited,) Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Bui ton-hole attachment for sewing machines 

Banks, Charles M., assignor to Banks Button Hole Machine Company, (limited,) Philadel-? 
phia, Pa. Bui ton-hole sewing-machine $ 

Banks, George, Oakfield, Mich. Hame-fastener 

Banks, John, New York, N. Y. Bread cutter 

Banks, John M., Birmingham, county of Warwick, England. Fastening for bracelets and 
necklets 

Banks, Joseph H., New York, N. Y. Steam-trap 

Banks. William H., assignor of one-half to F. W. Schultz, Baltimore, Md. Roach-trap. .. 

Bannigan, Augustus. (See Seymour and Bannigan.) 

Banning, Carina B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to herself and R. A. Murray. Boston, 
Mass. Dust-pan 

Banning, Hubert A., New York, N. Y. Brake-shoo 

Banning, Hubert A., New York, N. Y. Car-brake shoe 

Bannister, Henry D., Chicago, 111., assignor of one-half to R. H. Smith, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Draft-regulator 

Bannister," Lemuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Grate 

Bannister, Lemuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Grate 

Bannister, Lemuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Grate 

Bannister, Lemuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Grate 

Bannister, Lemuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Conduit for electric conductors 

Bannwart, Alex. (See Egli, Rudolf, assignor.) 

Bapple, James W., Sedalia, assignor of one-half to J. Englaendor, St. Louis, Mo. Com- 
bined self-dropping corn-planter and check-rower 

Barbe, J. Emile, Paris, France. Toy pistol with numerical combination 

Barbe. Paul, Paris. France, assignor to Dynamite Nobel Societe, Anonyme, Isleten, Dri, 
Switzerland. Water-proof cartridge .' '. r 

Barber, Charles E., Syracuse, N. Y. Pump 

Barber, D. Fletcher, Newton, assignor of one-half to A. M. Gardner, Boston, Mass. Hand- 
drill 

Barber, Daniel C, et a'. (See Baker, William H., assignor.) 

Barber, Edward. (See Barber, Thomas T. and E.) 

Barber, Emmet N, Kent, Ohio. Lumber-measure 

Barber, Harvey P., Maiden, 111. Bnttei-packago 

Barber, Henry A., Watertown, N. Y. Exhausting the air, gases, and water from suction- 
boxes for paper making machines 

Barber, J. B., rt al. (See Cliarboneau, Pascal B., assignor.) 

Barber, James R. (See Abel, William G., assignor.) 

Barber, Quincy. (See Wakefield, Nathan S., assignor.) 

Barbei-, Robert T., and J. Raker, Mifflinburg, Pa. Composition for preserving leather . . . 

Barber, Thomas T. and E. , Hopkinton, R. I. Wagon-jack 

Barber. Wanton C, assignor to himself and J. S Green, Villisco, Iowa. Car-coupling 

Barbour, Charles, Tarenium, Pa. Glass-smoothing machine 

Barbour, E. Russell, Portland, Me., assignor to C. S. Knowles, Boston, andF. F. Raymond, 
2d, trustee, Newton, Mass. Hose strap and means of attachment 

Barclay, John, Providence, R. I. Band-bracelet 

Barclay, William P., Chicago, 111. Car-wheel boring and truing machine 

Bai clay, William P., Chicago, HI. Chilled car-wheel boring and truing machine 

Barcus, Willard E., Vineland. N. J. Molasses-measure 

Bardeen, Amy, Blackstone, Mass. Grain-elevator 

Bardez, Frank, San Francisco, Cal. Molding-machine for foundry use 

Barditzky, Hermann. (See Brandenbnrger, Tirrc. and Barditzky.) 

Barditzky, Hermann, assignor of two-thirds to A. Brandenbnrger and W. Tirre, St. Lonis, 

Mo. Mining-machine 

Bardo, Peter N., and T. Ford, Newport, Ky., assignors to Bourbon Copper and Brass 

Works, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cooler for mash and other liquids 

Bardwell, Carlos. (See Nolan, Patrick W.. assignor.) 

Bardwell, Horatio C, New York, N. Y. Folding bedstead 



277,194 
277,660 

271,297 
283,458 
274,696 

287,898 

270,365 
270,366 
272,188 
280,999 



270,623 
272,112 

284,70!) 



284,996 

287,216 

290,835 
274,697 
277.661 

284,592 
286,989 

287,217 

280,554 

284,798 

277,537 
271,400 
272,372 



275,012 
271,207 
274,896 

288,914 
272,514 
272.515 
272,937 
273,437 
282,833 



283,459 
285,099 



273,934 
274,551 



284,799 



287,995 
285,950 

280,555 



289,880 
270,924 
273,438 
289,747 

289,600 
289,371 
271,680 

283,367 

274,698 
283.189 
287,996 



280.781 
270,367 
276,212 



Date. 



May g 
May 15 

Jan. 30 
Aug. 21 
Mar. 27 

Nov. 6 

Jan. 9 

Jan. 9 

Feb. 13 

July 10 

Jan. 16 
Feb. 13 

Sept. 11 
Sept. 18 

Oct. 23 

Dec. 25 
Mar. 27 
May 15 

Sept. 11 
Oct. 23 

Oct. 23 

July 3 
Sept. 11 

May 15 
Jan. 30 
Feb. 13 



Apr. 3 
Jan. 30 
Apr. 3 

Nov. 20 
Feb. 20 
Feb. 20 
Feb. 27 
Mar. 6 
Aug. 7 



Aug. 21 
Sept. 18 

Mar. 13 

Mar. 27 

Sept. 11 



Nov. 
Oct. 



July 3 



Dec. 11 
Jan. 23 
Mar. 6 
Dec. 4 

Dec. 4 
Dec. 4 
Fob. 6 

Aug. 21 

Mar. 27 
Aug. 14 
Nov. 6 



July 10 
Jan. 9 
Apr. 24 



Monthly 
volume. 



861 
1411 

1816 
1199 

1877 

i38 

642 



814 



982 
665 

679 
1034 



1822 

1865 
1878 
1413 

530 
1530 

1823 

260 
791 

1267 

1953 

973 



170 

1707 

7 

1410 
1173 
1174 
1727 
254 
427 



1200 
1162 



895 
1704 



263 
221 



260 



636 
1357 
255 
473 

286 

2 

112 

1093 

1880 

855 

265 



560 
652 
1724 



229 
(380 
\ 381 

527 
337 
523 



40 

190 
(190 
)191 

206 
(226 
c 227 

284 
181 
(191 
) 192 
(289 
,290 



523 
524 

382 



150 
(421 

$423 

(499 

\ 500 

70 

221 

340 
565 
271 



46 
495 



388 
328 
328 
482 
68,69 
121 



337 
325 



245 
473 



221 



391 

69 
134 



1 

31 

(307 

}308 

524 

2:!9 

75 



157 
191 

477 



Official 
Gazette. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Contiuued. 



17 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bard well, Lucian P., Marion, Iowa. Printer's roller 

Barff, Frederick S.. KiHmrn, county of Middlesex, G. and A. S. Bower, St. Neots, county 

of Huntingdon, England, said Barff assignor to said G. and A. S. Bower. Furnace for 

effecting t he protection of iron and steel surfaces 

Barff, Frederick S., Kilburn, county of Middlesex, and A. P. Wire, Leytonstone, county of 

Essex, England. Preparation of extracts of meat 

Barker, David N.. Broadalbin, N. T. Draft-bar for sleighs 

Barker, Erastus B., assignor to E. & H. T. Anthony & Co., New York, N. T. Photographic; 

camera-box [ 

Barker. Erastus B., assignor to E. &H. T. Anthony & Co., New York, N. T. Photographic 

shield 

Barker. Erastus B., assignor to E. & H. T. Anthony & Co., New York, N. Y. Photographic 

camera-box = 

Barker. Frank W., Chelsea, Mass. Cradle 

Barker, George F., assignor to W. J. Philips, Philadelphia, Pa. , Electrical conductor 

Barker, Henry C, Sedalia, Mo. Brick-machine 

Barker, James. Emory, Tex. Combined rotary harrow and stalk-cutter or roller 

Barker, Jared P., Le Boy, N. Y. Stove-pipe elbow -. 

Barker, John, assignor of one-half to A. C. Brown, Philadelphia, Pa. Ferrule for handles. 
Barker, John L., assignor to S. Freeman & Sons, Racine, Wis. Brake-lever 



Barker, Joseph R., Summerfield, Ala. Machine for hulling and cleaning peas 

Barker, Richard, London, county of Middlesex, England. Apparatus for extracting gold 
and silver from their ores 

Barker, Richard, London, county of Middlesex, England. Apparatus for extracting gold 
and silver from their ores 

Barker, Robert F.. Boston, Mass. Carding-machine 

Barker, Tom B. (See Ewins, James A., assignor.) 

Barker, Volney, Portland, Me. Can-washing machine 



Barker, William C. , Philadelphia, Pa. Packing-case, box, cfcc 

Barkow, Herman, Milwaukee, Wis. Truck , _ 

Barley, James H., Sedalia, Mo. Harrow '. 

Barlow, Solomon Q., Petaluma, Cal. Farm-gate 

Barlow. Warren S., Paterson, N. J. Door-spring 

Barlow, Warren S., Paterson, N. J. Door-brake 

Barna, Thomas M., Atlanta, Ga. Cotton-planter 

Barnaby, Charles W., assignor of one-half to Buckeye Engine Company, Salem, Ohio. Ec- 



Barnard, Charles S., assignor of one-half to J. Preston and A. Jones, New York, N. Y. 

Toy bank 

Barnard, Daniel G., Winslow, N. J. Adjustable double telephone-receiver 

Barnard. Daniel G., Winslow, N. J. Glass-annealing furnace 

Barnard, Edward, Rome, N. Y. Horse-boot 

Barnard, George D. (See Welch, Reuel H., assignor.) 

Barnard. Heman A., assignor to Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company, Moline, HI. 

Flour-packer . 

Barnard, Henry H., assignor to M. B. Ailing, Rochester, N. Y. Chuck 

Barnard, Henry L., Greenfield, Mass. Fire-escape 

Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company. (See Barnard. Heman A., assignor.) 
Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company. (See Cornwall, John B., assignor.) 
Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company. (See Hanson and Leas, assignors.) 

Barnard, William G., Bellaire, Ohio. Apparatus for loading coal 

Barnes, Abram. (See Dale and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Alden. Bloomington, 1U. Anchor for corn-planter check-row lines 

Barnes, Avon. (See Cunningham, Peter B., assignor.) 
Barnes, Benjamin F. (See Barnes, John and B. F.) 

Barnes, Charles, Dayton, Ky. Shaft-coupling 

Barnes, Charles A ., West Liberty, Iowa. Tile-laying machine 

Barnes, Charles E., Melrose, and A. C. Winn, Somerville; said Barnes assignor to J. H. 

Winn, Winchester, Mass. Cord-braiding machine 

Barnes, Charles T., Chicago, 111. Grate and lining 

Barnes, Elbridge F., New Haven, Conn. Combined pipe-tongs and. wrench 

Barnes, Elbridge F., New Haven, Conn. Pipe-cutter 

Barnes, Elbridge F., New Haven, Conn. Pipe-cutter 

Barnes, Elmore A., Pittsburg, Pa. Making shovels 

Barnes, George L., North Haven, Conn. Friction-clutch 

Barnes, George R., Boaz, Wis. Churn 

Barnes, Harry W., Bristol, Conn. Gong-bell 

Barnes, Henry C. Swanton, Vt. Barrel-cover 

Barnes, Howard C. (See Randall, William W., assignor.) 

Barnes, J. L., et al. (See Henry, John C, assignor.) 

Barnes, Jackson. (See Johnson and Barnes.) 

Barnes, John. (See Barnes, William F. and J.) 

Barnes, John and B. F., assignors to W. F. & J. Barnes, Rockferd, HI. Feed mechanism 

for drills 



Barnes, John C, et al. (See Miller, Charles C, assignor.) 

Barnes. John H., assignor to Barnes Manufacturing Company, New Haven, Conn. 
der-lock 

Barnes, 
Barnes, 
Barnes. 
Barnes 
Barnes 
Barnes 
Barnes, 
Barnes, 
Barnes 
Barnes, 
Barnes 
Barnes, 
Barnes 



Cylin- 



Tohn L., Hecla, Ind. Cider-press 

Joseph C, Albany, N. Y. Cooking-range 

Joshua B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Manufacturing Company. (See Barnes, John H., assignor.) 
Manufacturing Company. (See Priddy, Thomas B., assignor.) 

Mary K., Chicago, HI. Show-stand 

Merrick M., Boston, Mass. Micrometei indicating-gage 

Micrometer-calipers 

Corn-planter check-rower 

Two-wheeled vehicle 

Anchor for check-row lines 

N. A., et al. (See Pearce, William, assignor.) 

Thomas C, Logansport, Ind. Diamond miUstone-dressing machine . 

2 PAT 



271,567 



273,799 



273,800 
265,377 

272,622 



273,008 

283,952 
274,454 
274,699 

274,700 

273,009 
287,494 
277,404 
270,174 
273,010 



273,011 



Merrick M., Boston, Mass 
Monroe, Bloomington, III. 
Monroe, Bloomington, HI. 
Monroe, Bloomington, HI. 



276,997 
287,405 

282,434 

279,689 
288,687 
270,536 
289,800 
270,368 
284,358 
270,369 

287,406 

272,189 
280,116 
285.551 
285,552 



274,878 
271,208 
278,763 



285,952 
272,402 



275,877 
285,206 

290,624 
281,658 
282,256 
282,435 
287,899 
284,710 
285,870 
272,516 
286,169 
2^9,206 



270,537 



285,207 
277,195 
280,782 
283,061 



289,799 
271,401 
280,339 
279,119 
281,429 
289,372 



Jan. 30 



Mar. 13 

Mar. 13 
Sept. 25 

Feb. 20 

Feb. 27 

Aug. 28 
Mar. 27 
Mar. 27 

Mar. 27 

Feb. 27 

Oct. 30 

May 8 

Jan. 2 

Feb. 27 



Feb. 27 

May 8 
Oct. 30 



July 31 

June 19 
Nov. 20 
Jan. 9 
Dec. 11 
Jan. 9 
Sept. 4 
Jan. 9 

Oct. 30 

Feb. 13 
June 26 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 25 



Mar. 27 
Jan. 30 
June 5 



Oct. 2 
Feb. 20 



Apr. 17 

Sept. 18 

Dec. 18 
July 24 
July 31 
July 31 
Nov. 6 
Sept. 11 
Oct. 2 
Feb. 20 
Oct. 9 
Nov. 27 



Jan. 9 



Sept. 18 
May 8 
July 10- 
Aug. 14 



Dec. 11 
Jan. 30 
July 3 
June 12 
July 17 
Dec. 4 



286,251 : Oct. 9 



2165 



725 

727 
1494 

1310 



1807 

1797 
1567 
1881 

1883 

1808 

2170 

1099 

407 

1809 



1810 



609 
2060 



2664 

1341 
1135 
871 
533 
653 
244 
654 

2061 

748 
1851 
1698 
1700 



2095 

1708 

106 



222 
1031 



1323 
1289 

1585 

1655 

2431 

2669 

139 

681 

111 

1175 

476 

1770 



872 



1290 
861 
563 
701 



532 

1954 

2 

647 

1360 

3 

579 



624 



197 



420 
C 365 
}366 

506 

508 

429 

524 

C524 

$525 

506 

589 

295 

118 

C 506 

t 507 

507 

160 
560 

(730 
J731 
373 
312 
253 
149 
192 
68 
192 

560 

206 
522 
479 
479 



582 

495 

30 



62 
289 



364 
363 

436 
451 
669 
731 

41 
192 

33 
328 
131 
491 



254 



363 

229 
157 
197 



149 
565 

1 
177 
375 

1 

159 



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23 

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24 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Barnes, W. F. & John. (See Barnes, John and B. F., assignors.) 

Barnes, William C, Southbridge, Mass. Eyeglasses 

Barnes, William F. and J. , Kockford, HI. Drilling-machine 

Barnes, William H., Independence, Kans. Live-stock loader 

Barnes, William H. , Independence, Kans. Fire-escape 

Barnes, Willis A. (See McDougall, Samuel T., assignor.) 

Barnes, Wilson, Maquoketa. Iowa. Windmill 

Barnett, John, New York, N. Y. Plate-holder for photographic cameras 

Barnett, Samuel W., Greenfield, Ind. Broom-support 

Barney Bumping Boat Company. (See Barney, Nathan, assignor.) 
Barney, Everett H., et al. (See Hunter, Alph'eus S., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Barney, Everett H., Springfield, Mass. Skate 

Barney, Everett H., Springfield, Mass. Skate 

Barney, Frank P., Norton, Mass. Machine for making chain-links from coiled wire 

Barney, Frank P., Norton, Mass. Process of and apparatus for manufacturing continuous 
lengths of coiled wire 

Barney, Nathan, assignor to Barney Dumping Boat Company, Bergen Point, N. J. Dump- 
ing-scow 

Barnhard, Elias, and A. F. Thomas, Troy, Ohio. Grain-divider for harvesters 

Barn hart, Cornelius, Walker Valley, N. Y. Turbine water-wheel 

Barnhart. Daniel K, Gaines, Pa. Saw-table gage 

Barnhart, Harvey P. (See Thatcher and Barnhart.) 

Barnhart, Henry M. , and E. Huber, Marion, Ohio. Traveling crane 

Barnhart, John H. (See Furey, Cyrus R., assignor.) 

Barnhurst, Henry R., Erie, Pa. Lumber-edging machine 

Barnburst, Henry R., Erie, Pa. Saw-mill head-block 

Barnhurst, Henry R. , and L. Skinner, Erie, Pa. Steam-engine governor 

Barnstead, Robert P., Boston, Mass. Coupling for faucets 

Barnura, Joseph I., New York, N. Y. Music-leaf turner 

Baron, Eugene, Paris, France. Decorative fabric 

Barr, Alexander T., Louisville, Ky. Coupling-gear for wagons 

Barr, Charles H., Pittsburg, Pa. Combination-tool 

BaiT, Charles H., assignor to T. B. Kerr, Pittsburg, Pa. Wire fence 

Barr, Charles H., assignor of one-half to H. P. Pears, Pittsburg, Pa. Shoe-fastening 

Barr, George D., Greenville, S. C. Pepper cruet and mill 

Barr, Jacob N, Altoona, Pa. Car-wheel chill 

Barr, Jacob N. , Milwaukee, Wis. Contracting car- wheel chill 

Barr, James S., Wheeling, W. "Va. Compression-cock 

Barr, Nicholas, Cayuta, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Ban', Samuel, Providence, R. I. Compound for coating gas-tubing, &c 

Barr, William J., and J. L. Nelson, Chicago, 111. Faucet 

Barratt, Henry, assignor of one-third to J. 0. Miller, York. Pa. Fluid-pressure car-brake 

Barratt, Henry, assignor of one-half to J. 0. Miller, York, Pa. Car-brake 

Barrett, Charles F., New York, N. Y. Valve 

Barrett, Charles F., Valley Mills, Ind. Animal-trap 

Barrett, Cornelius S. (See Kimball and Barrett.) 

Barrett, Henry, London, England. Manufacture of stoppers for bottles, jars, &c 

Barrett, Henry, London, England. Manufacture of stoppers for bottles, jars, &c 

Barrett, Henry, London. England. Stopper for bottles, jars, &c 

Barrett, James, Boston, Mass. Soil and waste pipe 

Barrett, James, assignor of part to B. Dennie, Beallsville, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Barrett, James 0., Erie, Pa. Vise 

Barrett, James 0., Erie, Pa. Vise 

Barrett, John A., assignor to Western Electric Company, Chicago, HI. Galvanic battery 
Barrett, John P. (See Wilkie, John E., assignor.) 

Barrett, John P. , Chicago, HI. Telephonic system 

Barrett, John P., Chicago, 111. Telephonic and telegraphic system 

Barrett Machine Company. (See Clayton, George W., assignor.) 

Barrett, Robert, assignor of one-half to P. A. Fusz, St. Louis, Mo. Lift for plate-rolling mills 

Barrett, William H., Chicago. Ill, Wagon-shaft 

Barrick, Joshua, et al. (See Hill. Andrew L., assignor.) 
Barrick, Joshua, et al. (See Koehler, Charles A., assignor.) 

Barricklo, Andrew, Jersey City, N. J. Window-shade 

Barrie, Robert C, Philadelphia. Pa. Music-stand 

Barrington, George F, San Francisco, Cal. Strainer for water-faucets 

Barritt, William A. (See Steelman. Sophia, assignor.) 

Barron, Martin V. B., Eau Claire, Wis. Power -jack 

Barrows, Henry F. , Attleborough, Mass. Roller-chain 

Barrows, Hiram J., Armada, Mich. Cloth-measuring machine 

Barrows, Howard A., Rochester, N. Y., and R. F. Cummings, Landrus. Pa. Oiler for car- 
wheels - 

Barrows, Martin T., Dundee, 111. Can 

Barry, Charlotte M. A., Boston, Mass. Corset 

Barry, James A., Baltimore, Md., assignor of one-fourth to T. B. Harrison, Washington, 
D. C. Attachment for tobacco-smoking devices 

Barry, Joseph E., assignor of one-half to C. C. Marrin, New York, N. Y. Means or appa- 
ratus for obtaining motive power 

Barry, Thomas P., Stillwater, N. Y. Paper-machine 

Barry, Thomas P., Stillwater, N. Y. Steam-valve 

Barse, Mills W. (See Miller and Howarth. assignors.) 

Barstow, George E., et al. (See Ingalls, William A., assignor.) 

Bartelous, Jacques V. M. , Brussels, Belgium. Switching apparatus for telephone-lines . . . 

Barter, Charles F, Mount Vernon, Ind." Fruit-ean 

Barter, -Thomas D., Boston, Mass. Circular outer garment 

Barth, Adam, et al. (See Showalter, Jeremiah, assignor.) 

Barth, Denton, et al. (See Showalter, Jeremiah, assignor.) 

Barth, Henry, Cincinnati, Ohio. Measuring device for paper-making machines 

Barthel, Albrecht E., New York, N. Y. Lubricator 



No. 



282,946 

285,726 

286,575 
288,155 

275,457 
271,402 
270,624 



274,253 
274,254 

283,556 



283,557 

271,298 
282,947 
279,519 

271,018 

285,100 

272,190 
281,750 
289.801 
289,601 

272,938 

287,495 
284.593 
288.397 
289,207 
290,625 
274.255 
279.520 
288.969 
285,953 
277,828 
276.998 
289,373 
283.368 
288,398 
285.871 
286,252 

281,332 
281.333 
281.334 
277.196 
279,317 
284 997 
286,990 
271,299 

284,594 
284,595 

271,766 
277,440 



276,152 
274,166 

275,978 

287,792 
277,976 
289,602 

286,762 
279,521 

281,659 

281,430 

274,256 

285.954 
285,955 



290,730 
289,374 
279,211 



288,295 
287,900 



Date. 



Aug. 14 

Sept. 25 

Oct. 16 
Nov. 6 

Apr. 10 
Jan. 30 
Jan. 16 



Mar. 20 
Mar. 20 

Aug. 21 



Aug. 21 

Jan. 30 
Aug. 14 
June 19 
Jan. 23 

Sept. 18 

Feb. 13 
July 24 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 4 

Feb. 27 

Oct. 30 
Sept, 11 
Nov. 13 
Nov. 27 
Dec. 18 
Mar. 20 
June 19 
Nov. 27 
Oct. 2 
May 15 
May 8 
Dec. 4 
Aug. 21 
Nov. 13 
Oct. 2 
Oct. 9 

July 17 
July 17 

July 17 
Slay 8 
June 12 
Sept. 18 
Oct. 23 
Jan. 30 

Sept. 11 
Sept. 11 

Feb. 6 
May 15 



Apr. 24 
Mar. 20 
Apr. 17 

Nov. 6 
May 22 
Dec. 4 

Oct. 16 
June 19 

July 24 



July 17 

Mar. 20 

Oct, 2 
Oct. 2 



Dec. 25 
Deo. 4 
June 12 



Nov. 13 
Nov. 6 



Monthly 
volume. 



562 

1915 

997 
444 

778 
1956 
982 



1299 
1300 

1309 



1312 

1817 

563 

1142 

1476 

1163 

749 
1777 
534 
286 

1728 

2171 

531 

778 

1771 

1589 

1302 

1143 

1479 

223 

1603 

610 

4 

1095 

778 

112 

581 

1243 
1244 
1245 
863 
875 
1035 
1532 
1819 

532 
533 

217 
1152 



1653 
1188 
1432 

5 

1784 
287 

1236 
1144 

1657 



1361 

1303 

224 
226 



1733 

5 

746 



624 
140 



159 
,543 
544 
270 
125 

208 
565 
284 



357 

358 

(366 

1367 

367 

527 
159 
316 
425 

C325 
1326 

207 

484 

149 

80 

(482 



151 
210 
491 
437 
358 
316 
410 
63 
438 



2 

308 

210 

33 

159 

344 
345 
345 
229 
243 
290 
422 
527 

151 
151 

60,61 
309 



456 
327 
395 

2 

487 
80,81 

334 

317 

(451 

J452 

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(358 

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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Name, residence, and invention. 



Bartholomay, William. (See White, Tan Rensslear 6., assignor.) 
Bartholomew, Abrani L. (See Sweet, William F.. assignor.) 

Bartholomew, Samuel B.. Springfield. Mass. Sewing-machine shuttle 

Bart bolomew, Sidney AY., Castalia. N. C. Cotton elevator and distributer 

Bartholomew, Thomas W., Danville, Pa. Revolving air-toy 

Bartholomew. Thomas W., Danville, Pa. Revolving air toy 

Bartholomew. William, Doulton's Sanitary Engineering Works, Albert Embankment, 
county of Surrey. England. Water- waste preventer 

Bartholomew, William ^S"., Newton, Mass. Pencil-pointer 

Bart inc. Joseph H., Etna, Mo. Combined table and cupboard 

Bartine. Stephen B., assignor of one-fourth to W. T.Brown, Tottenville, NY. Sunshade-hat. 

Bartlett, Charles. Providence, assignor of one-half to F. J. Spencer, Pawtncket, R. I. Cir-£ 
cuit-eloser 3 

Bartlett, Edward L. (See Laubach, Henry C, assignor.) 

Bartlett. F., et al. (See Held, August S., assignor"?) 

Bartlett. Frederic, et al. (See Hazlett, Frederic B., assignor.) 

Bartlett, Frederic W., Buffalo, N. Y. Composite building material and the method of pre- 
paring the same 

Bartlett, Frederick W., Buffalo, N. Y. Stone pavement 

Bartlett, Frederick W., Buffalo, X. Y. Pavement 

Bartlett George P., Woburn, Mass. Globe for incandescent electric lamps 

Bartlett, James F., Cleveland, Ohio. Brush 

Bartlett, John W., Moline. 111. Machine for shrinking tires on wheels 

Bartlett. La Roy. assignorof one-half toH. H.Wellman, St. Louis, Mo. Nut-tappingmachine 

Bartlett, Samuel H. '(See Waite and Bartlett.) 

Bartlett, Samuel H., and H. E. Waite, assignors to C. F. Livermore, New York, N. Y. Re- 
ceiver for telephones 

Bartlett, Samuel H, and H. E. Waite, assignors to Molecular Telephone Company, New 
York. X. Y. Telephone-receiver 

Bartlett. Wiliiam D., Amesbury, Mass. Chimney cap or ventilator 

Bartlett. William D.. Amesbury, Mass. Vehicle-spring 

Bartol, Henry W.. Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of glucose or grape-sugar 

Barton. Alexander M., Strickling, and P. Z. Davis, South Gabriel, Tex. Steam-engine, &c. 

Barton. Charles C, Brooklyn, and J. A. Milliken, New York, N. Y. Piston fluid-meter. . . 

Barton. Charles C, New York, and J. Thomson, Brooklyn, assignors to M. T. Barton, New? 
York. X. Y. Piston fluid-meter 3 

Barton. Charles S.. assignor to Rice, Barton & Fales Machine and Iron Company, Worces- 
ter. Mass. I'aper-pulp-engine roll 

Barton. Edwin, assignor to C. Lambert, Patei'son, N. J. Qnilling-machjne 

Barton, Edwin, assignor to C. Lambert, Paterson, N. J. Machine~for winding cops, quills, 
bobbins, &c - - 

Barton. John W., Emporia, Kans. Fence-post 

Barton. Maria T. (See Barton and Thomson, assignors.) 

Barton, Maria T. (See Thomson, John, assignor.) 

Barton, Robert. (See Searlo, Thomas A., assignor.) 

Barton, William C, et at. (See Kennedy, Thomas H., assignor.) 

Barton, William H. H.. Brockton, Mass* Self-registering thermometer 

Bart rain. Charles E.. Fredonia, N. Y. Knockdown fruit- oaiTel 

Bason, Frank, Columbus, Ohio. Machine for cutting and ripping seams 

Baseh, Frank, Columbus, Ohio. Shears for deseaming cloth and'for other purposes 

Bascom, H. Clay, assignor to N. S. Tedder Pattern Works, Bascom, Galbraith & Co., Troy, 
X. Y. Heating-stove '.. 

Basford. Charles B., Maiden, Mass., assignor of two-thirds to J. W. Dunham, Livermore 
Falls. Me., and C. H. Dunham. Boston. Mass. Commode attachment for wash-stands ... 

Basford, Simmer. Bangor, Me. Tire-tishtener 

Bashare, Milo. (See Xichols, Charles H.. assignor.) 

Basinger, James M., assignor of one-fourth to Pratt & Letchworth, Buffalo, N. Y. Trace- 
coupling 

Basinger, James M., assignor of one-fourth to Pratt & Letchworth, Buffalo, N. Y. Trace- 
coupling 

Basinger, James M.. assignorof one-fourth to Pratt & Letchworth, Buffalo, N.Y. Hame-tug- 

);ass. S. I)., et al. (See Gossett, William J., assignor.) 

Bass. William E. (See Freese, Francis J., assignor.) 

Bassemir, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Spittoon 

Bassemir, John, Brooklyn, and L. R. Walker, New York, N. Y. ; said Walker assignor to 
sa id Bassemir. Ornamental shaft for the ends of curtain-poles 

Bassett. Charles W. (See Kelly. Frank M., assignor.) 

Bassett. Kd'_ r ar. (See Mount and Bassett.) 

Bassett. Franklin H. (See Bassett and Hutchins.) 

Bassett, George P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Bath-tub attachment 

Bassett, Jndson L. and F. W., and A. E. Hutchins, Coldwater, Mich. Picture-exhibitor .. 

Bassett. Xorman C. Philadelphia. Pa. Metallic packing for piston-rods 

Bassett, Xorman C, Chicago, 111. Hydraulic elevator 

Bassett, Royal M. (See Masowan and Bassett.) 

Bassett & Sherman. (See Snow, Azariah, assignor.) 

Bassford. Isaac F., Helena, assignor of one-half to P. A. Largey and L. Mantle, Butte City, 
Mont. Ter. Harvester-cutter 

Bassford, Isaac F.. and M. Mahan. Butte City, Mont. Ter. Snap-hook 

Bassler. Joseph. San Jose. Cal. Riding-saddle 

Bast. Theodor. (See Trerwiler and Bast.) 

Bastam. Fredrie. Freeport, 111., assignor of two-thirds to J. Maurer and J. Kralowetz. 
Plow-clevis 

Bastnagel. Henry, et al. (See Mnller. Antone, assignor.) 

Batchelder, Fred B.. East Boston. Mass., assignor to Batchelder Machine Company, Port- 
land. Me. Leather blackine. dressing, and finishing apparatus 

Batchelder, George G. (See Prior, Gilbert S.. assignor.) 

Batchelder. James H.. Chicago, HI. Egg-carrier 

Batchelder Machine Companv. (See Batchelder, Fred B., assignor.) 

Batcheller. Alfred H. (See Fifield. John W. D.. assignor.) 

Batcheller. Lucien B., assignor of one-half to M. A. Gokey, Rutland, Vt. Machine for saw- 
ing stone 



No. 



269.998 
284,359 
272,846 

279,630 



288,758 
288,156 
285,208 
276,753 

281,603 



271,209 
283,369 

288.970 
285.784 
269,910 

285,553 

283,745 

271,188 

287,896 
272,517 
280.117 
276,334 
290,167 

274,879 
285,209 

273,801 
271,403 

272,623 
270,370 



289.603 
281,230 
271,019 
276,754 

283,953 

290,168 
274,701 



272,624 

283,320 
288,759 



272,518 
286,521 



285,378 
280,556 
271.300 
290,660 



281,956 
285,956 
286,674 



274,897 

271,971 

283,954 

288,296 



Date. 



Jan. 2 

Sept. 4 
Feb. 27 

June 19 



Nov. 20 

Nov. e 

Sept. 18 
May 1 

July 17 



Jan. 30 
Aug. 21 
Nov. 27 
Oct. 2 
Jan. 2 

Sept. 25 

Aug. 28 

Jan. 23 

Nov. 6 
Feb. 20 
June 26 
Apr. 24 
Dec. 11 

Mar. 27 
Sept. 18 

Mar. 13 
Jan. 30 

Feb. 20 
Jan. 9 



Dec. 4 

July 17 
Jan. 23 
May 1 

Aug. 28 

Dec. 11 
Mar. 27 



Feb. 20 



Aug. 14 
Nov. 20 



Feb. 20 
Oct. 9 



Sept. 25 
July 3 
Jan. 30 
Dec. 25 



Julv 24 
Oct. 2 
Oct. 16 



Apr. 3 

Fob. 6 
Aug. 28 

Nov. 13 



Monthly 
volume. 



206 
245 
1614 

1269 



1226 
444 

1291 
294 

1579 



1710 

1096 

1481 

6 

103 

1701 

1545 



1684 

134 

1176 
1852 
1892 
977 

2097 
1292 



728 
1957 



1312 
655 



289 
1111 
1477 

295 

1798 

977 
1884 



1314 



1016 

1228 



1177 
925 



1495 
262 
1820 
1635 



2039 

227 

1126 



467 
1799 



59 

68 

451 

C352 

(353 

335 

125 

363 

75 

(431 

(432 



495 

308 

-411 

2 

31 

f 479 

( 480 

437 



486 

39 
329 
522 



276 
(582 
,583 
(363 
,364 

197 
566 

366 

192 



81 
306 

426 
75 

509 

276 
525 



366 



285 
335 



329 
249 



421 

71 

528 

450 



558 

64 

303 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Batohelor, Joseph F., Baltimore. Md. Telephone-receiver 

Bate, "Wallace H., assignor to W. E. Pierce, trustee, Boston, Mass. Bottle stopper and 

fastening 

Bate, "Wallace H., Boston, assignor to himself and H. S. Bacon, Milford, Mass. Spring-seat 
Bate, William A., assignor, by mesne assignments, of one-third toE. P. Baldwin, Yoilkers, 

N. T. Machine for flanging hats 

Bate, "William S. , Boston, Mass. Barbed fence material 

Bateman, Daniel, Philadelphia, Pa. Card-grinding roll 

Bates, Edward M. (See Williams and Bates.) 

Bates, E±Lward P., Syracuse, N. Y. Fire-pot for boilers 

Bates, Francis G., eial. (See Haskin, TJri, assignor.) 

Bates, Franklin P., Ansonia, Conn. Fifth-wheel 

Bates, Franklin P., Ansonia, Conn. Die and blank for the manufacture of fifth- wheels . - - 

Bates, Fred W.. Adel, Iowa. "Wire-fence nail 

Bates, Hiram "W., BostoD, Mass. Carpet-beating machine 

Bates, Jasper, Thornbury, Ontario. Canada. Manual power 

Bates, Joseph H., "Walton, N. Y. Spreading-stick for hammocks 

Bates, John 0. (See Cooley, Duane B., assignor.) 

Bates, Samuel D., Lewisburg, Pa. Harvester-rake 

Bates, Theodore C. (See Williams, Charles H., assignor.) 

Bates, Theodore 0., "North Brookfield, Mass. Corset-clasp fastening and protector 

Bates, Willard A., Princeton, Me. Necktie-fastener 

Bates, William H., et al. (See Lattimer, Francis, assignor.) 

Bates, William S., Chicago, 111. Lumber-drier 

Batonnier, Eugene A., Vitry-le-Francois, France. Dyeing wood, cloth, &c, to imitate 

marble 

Batson, Alonzo B., New Castle, Ind. Vegetable-slicer 

BattrCharles F., Schuylkill, Chester county, Pa. Hoisting-pulley 

Battershall, Jesse P., New York, N. Y. Extracting glycerine from the waste soap-liquor 

of soap -manufacture 

Batrin, Joseph M., Jr., assignor of one-half to W. A. Huff, Newark, N. J. Lubricator 

Battle, Daniel. (See Bresnahan, Cornelius, assignor.) 
Battle, James. (See Tucker, Gaylon L., assignor.) 

Battle, Lucius L., Withe, Tenn. Corn-planter 

Battle, Marcus L., Bainbridge, Ga. Plow 

Battson, Arthur L., Morrisburg, Ontario, Canada. Press for sacking bran, sawdust, &c. . 

Batty, Lindley M., Canton, Ohio. Fodder-cutter 

Batty, William, assignor of one-half to G. H. Perkins, Philadelphia, Pa. Fire-brick 

Bauder, George E., and A. M. Pease, Sanborn, Dak. Ter. Harness-pad block 

Bauer, Cornelius, assignor of one-half to T. T. Haydock, Cincinnati, Ohio. Vehicle jump- 
seat 

Bauer, Elkan, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Process of and composition for the manufacture 

of substitutes for leather, horn, tortoise-shell, &c 

Bauer, Ernst, Brooklyn, N. Y. Life-preserver 

Bauer, Ernst, assignor, by mesne assignments, to F. Cappel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Clothes-line 

fastener ,-- 

Bauer, Francis, and D. F. Kenney, Baiuuiore, Md. Privy and its attachments 

Bauer, Frederick E., Danbury, Conn. Fire-escape ■ 

Bauer, Hermann, Sehwaebisch Gmiind, Germany, assignor to W. C. Edge, Newark, N. J. 

Ornamenting metals 

Bauer, Jacob. (See Colvin, Orson, assignor.) 

Bauer, Jacob C, Philadelphia, Pa. Paper-lining machine 

Bauer, Jacob C, Philadelphia, Pa. Paper box 

Bauer, Paul. (See Watson, Hall, and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Zachaeus, St. Louis, Mo. Shirt 

Bauermeister, Hermann E. L., Hamburg, Germany. Flour-sifting machine 

Baugh'Daniel, et al. (See Terne, Bruno, assignor.) 
Baugh, Edwin P., et al. (See Terne, Bruno, assignor.) 

Baughart, Andrew B., and C. H. Treat, Frankford, Del. Making inlaid frames 

Baugbman, David C. Albion, Ind. Lighting and extinguishing gas-lights 

Baughman, George T., et al. (See Clark, Levi S., assignor.) 

Bau.jard, Edmund 0., Aubervilliers, France, assignor to J. W. Mackay, Virginia City, Nev. 

Extracting glycerine 

Baujard, Edmond 0., Aubervilliers, France, assignor to J. W.. Mackay, Virginia City, Nev. 

Extracting glycerine 

Baujard, Edmund, Aubervilliers, France, assignor to J. W. Mackay, Virginia City, Nev. 

Treating waters containing glycerine obtained by the decomposition of fatty matters. . . 

Baum, Andrew F., Allentown, Pa. Shirt 

Baum, Chester C. Dover, Del. Spark conductor for locomotives 

Baumann, Frederick. Chicago, HI. Pipe-coupling 

Baumann, Louis, Offenburg, Germany. Bag-cutting machine 

Baumeister & Co., L. (See Baumeister, Leopold, assignor.) 
Baumoister, Hermann. (Spe Liideke, Waldemar, assignor.) 

Baumeister, Leopold, BriO^eport, Conn. Fire-escape 

Baumeister, Leopold, Bridgeport, Conn. Portable bracket 

Baumeister, Leopold, assignor to L. Baumeister & (Jo., Bridgeport, Conn. Gas-regulator. . 
Baumgardner, Emet. (SeoLauglilin and Baumgardnef.) 

Baumgarten, Carl, Berlin, Germany. Steani engine 

Baumgartner, Frederick, Brooklyn, N. Y. Whip-socket 

Baumgartncr, Rudolph, New Orleans, La. Truck for portable tracks 

Baumotte. Hermann, Vossnaiken, near Kupferdreh, Prussia, Germany, assignor to himself 

and R. Noggerath, St. Johann on-the-Saar. Hydraulic motor 

Baur, John, Chicago, 111. Feather-renovator : 

Bausch, Edward, Rochester, N. Y. Microscopic illuminator 

Bausch, Henry, Rochester, N. Y. Sash-fastener , 

Bausb, Christian H.. Holyoke, Mass. Furnace-grate 

Bausuiith, William T., assignor of one-half to M. H. Bentley, Ludlow, Ky. Core com- 

poiuid — 

Bavier, John, Newark, N. J. Sash-balance 

Bawden, John H., Freehold, N. J. Molding-flask 

Bawsel. Edward E.. assignor of one-third to J. A. Beaver, Washington, D. C. Safety de- 
vice for elevator-shafts 

Bawsel, Edward E., assignor to W. Choate, Washington, D. C. Pole-changer for telephone 

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281,000 


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815 


227 


24 


151 


273,935 
288,608 


Mar. 13 
Nov. 13 


896 
1031 


245 

283 


23 
25 


995 
696 


284,711 
273,245 
269,821 


Sept. 11 
Mar. 6 
Jan. 2 


682 
3 
2 


193 

1 
1 


24 
23 
23 


1026 

835 

3 


273,012 


Feb. 27 


1811 


507 


23 


778 


285,554 
287,407 
280,118 
276,656 
278,306 
271,767 


Sept. 25 
Oct. 30 
June 26 
May 1 
May 29 
Feb. 6 


1702 
2062 
1853 

144 
2227 

218 


480 
560 
522 

37 
611 

61 


24 
25 
23 
23 
23 
23 


1220 
400 
2463 
1651 
2037 
478 


278,850 


June 5 


242 


70 


23 


2164 


287.997 
275,878 


Nov. 6 
Apr. 17 


267 
1324 


75 
364' 


25 
23 


553 
1468 


280,440 


July 3 


130 


34,35 


24 


24 


270,371 
279,212 

278,078 


Jan. 9 
June 12 
May 22 


656 

747 

1902 


205 
521 


23 
23 
23 


137 
2261 
1973 


276,551 
279,120 


May 1 
June 12 


8 
648 


177 


23 

23 


1628 
2244 


288,399 
282,694 
290,515 
272,403 
270,175 
278,079 


Nov. 13 
Aug. 7 
Dec. 18 
Feb. 20 
Jan. 2 
May 22 


780 
264 
1448 
1032 
408 
1903 


210 

76 
400 
289 

521 


25 
24 
25 
23 
23 
23 


651 
545 

1157 

636 

83 

1973 


283,370 


Aug. 21 


1097 


308 


24 


710 


277,977 
281,824 


May 22 
July 24 


1784 
1880 


513 


23 
24 


1952 
346 


282,601 
273,439 
284,360 


Aug. 7 
Mar. 6 
Sept. 4 


152 
256 
246 


46 
69 

68 


24 
23 
24 


527 
877 
946 


289,956 


Dec. 11 


723 




25 


1020 


276,335 

278,851 


Apr. 24 
June 5 


1892 
245 


525 
70 


23 
23 


1573 
2165 


273,802 
278,852 


Mar. 13 
June 5 


729 
246 


197 
71 


23 
23 


967 
2165 


274,898 
287,218 


Apr. 3 
Oct. 23 


9 

1825 


2 
500 


23 
25 


1228 
350 


278,849 


June 5 


241 




23 


2164 


280,894 


July 10 


686 


193 


24 


128 


280,893 
283,190 
282,484 
272,191 
286,373 


July 10 
Aug. 14 
Aug. 7 
Feb. 13 
Oct. 9 


685 
85li 
6 
750 
748 


239 

2 

207 

201 


24 
24 
24 
23 
25 


128 
659 
502 
582 
146 


274.080 
276,336 
282,150 


Mar. 13 
Apr. 24 
July 31 


1069 

1893 
2300 


295 
525 
632 


23 
23 

24 


1025 
1574 
422 


283,558 
277,197 
271,020 


Aug. 21 
May 8 
Jan. 23 


1317 
864 
1478 


368 
230 
426 


24 
23 
23 


750 

1780 

303 


286,374 
287,496 
277,869 
277.441 
277,538 


Oct. 9 
Oct. 30 
May 22 
May 15 
May 15 


749 
2172 
1661 
1153 
1268 


201 
589 
451 
310 
340 


25 
25 
23 
23 
23 


146 
421 
1931 

181)7 
1856 


270,625 
279,631 
280,557 


Jan. 16 
June 19 
July 3 


983 
1272 
262 


353 
71 


23 
23 

24 


209 

2354 

47 


274,257 


Mar. 20 


1305 


359 


23 


1074 


274,552 


Mar. 27 


1705 


473 


23 


1149 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



21 



}famc, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Baxter. Charles W. (See Baxter, James Jr., assignor.) 

Baxter, Hartley ('.. and II. R. Stickney, 2d, Portland, Me. Machine for filling cans 

Baxter, James "M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of one-half to C. W. Baxter, Camden, N. J. 

Making hair-waves 

Baxter. .lean. (See Baxter. William. Jr.. assignor.) 

Baxter, John L. (See Snell, Luther C, assignor.) 

Baxter, Myron L., Aurora, 111., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Overland Telephone 

Company. Transmitting-telephone 

Baxter. Myron L., Auroia, 111., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Overland Telephone 

Company. Receiving-telephone 

Baxter. Thomas W., ctal. (See Pattillo. Robert M., assignor.) 

Baxter, William, Jersey City, N. J . assignor to J. A. "Greene, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wrench.. 

Baxter. William, Jersey City, X. J., assignor to J. A. Greene, Brooklyn, N. T. Wrench.. 

Baxter, William. Jr.. Jersey City, N. J. Voltaic-are light 

Baxter, William. Jr . assignor to J. Baxter. Jersey City, N. J. Dynamo-electric machine . 

Bayles, Thomas S., Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Machine for forming staples 

Bayles, William H., Montclair, N. J. Sash-fastener 

Bayles, William H., Montclair, N. J. Sash-fastener 

Bat less, Albert J. (See Lancaster, James II., assignor.) 

Bayley, Alfred, Newark, N. J. Combined coalscuttle and ash-sifter 

Bayley, Charles II., Boston, Mass. Trimming mechanism for sewing-machines 

Bavlev. Charles H., Boston, Mass. Trimming attachment for sewing-machines 

Bayley, Charles H., Boston. Mass. Sewing-machine 

Bayley, James S., York. Pa. Car-coupling-" 

Bavlev. John C, assignor of one-half to A. Davis, Battle Creek, Mich. Sulky-cultivator . . 

Bayley, Samuel K. (See Myer and Bayley.) 

Bayley, Samuel K., Boston, Mass. Refrigerator-car 

Bavlev. Samuel K., Boston, Mass. Heat insulation of refrigerator cars and buildings 

Bayley, S miuel K., Boston, Mass. Railway-car 

Bayley, William. (See Whiteley and Bayley.) 
Bavlev. William. (See Whiteley, Bayley, and Leo.) 

Baylis, Frank, Amenia. N. Y. Hay-distributer for barns 

Baylies, John, Bronxdale, assignor to J. Matthews, New York, N. Y. Preparing glass, 

metal. Are., for erosion 

Bayrer, William J., Soufhington, Conn. Bit-stock 

Bazzett, Charles T. (See Sitter and Bazzett.) 

Be Yier. Edwin W., Chaudlerville, 111. Hog-cholera remedy 



Bea, John H., Jr., assignor to E. R. Cahoone, Newark, N. J. Sewing-machine guide 

Beach. Alexander H. and R. H., Flint, Mich, Wagon-reach : 

Beach, Alexander H. and R. H.. Flint, Mich. Running-gear for wagons 

Beach. Allen J., Flint, Mich. Rnnning-geai for vehicles 

Beach, Allen J., Flint, Mich. Running-gear 

Beach. Allen •)., Flint. Micb. Tongue-support 

Beach! Edgar B., Stony Creek. Conn. Oar-lock 

Beach, Henry B., et at. (See Rust, Solon R. and A. E., assignors.) 

Beach. Henry IS., Meriden, Conn. Plane 

Beach, Henry B., assignor to Meriden Mall, able Iron Company, Meriden, Conn. Joiner's 

plane 

Beach, Henry H.. Rome, N. Y. Coffeepot 

Beach, John C, et at. (See Rust, Solon R. and A. I 
Beach. John S.. Zanesville, assignor, by mesne ass. 

McConnelsville, Ohio. Tobacco-cutter 

Beach. Millard E., and A. Burch, Cadillac, Micb. Saw setting and jointing device 

Beach, Ralph H. (See Beach, Alexander H. and R. H.) 

Beach, William L., Webster Citv, Iowa. Trace-fastener 

Beach. Willis P., Ovid, Micb. flitching-p^st 

Beadle. George, assignor to Wales Manufacturing Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Change-gate 

for public conveyances 

Beal. David, Doylestown, Ohio. Combined shutter-worker and blind-slat operator 

Beal, Ezra F.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and S. Snow, Everett, Mass.) 

Lasting machine 7 J 

Beal, William R., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for scrubbing or washing gas 



assignors.) 

imcnts, of one-half to J. B. Cochran, 



Beale, F. W. (See Cowles, Harley D., assignor.) 

Beale, John. East Greenwich, county of Kent, England. Bicycle 

Beale, John B., Rush Centre, Kans. Cutting and preparing broom-corn 

Beale, Joseph G., Leechburg, Pa. Gas-burner 

Beale, Oscar J., assignor to Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company, Providence, R. I. 

Rotary cutter 

Beall. John, Decatur. HI.. Grinding-mill 

Beals, Ebenezer. assignor to J. M. Guernsey, Norwich, N. Y. Locomotive-brake 

Beam. Joshua F., BuLlalo, N. Y., and S. Brillinger, Sherkston, Ontario, Canada. Wasbing- 

machi 



Beaman. Charles F., and W. P. Cragin, assignors to Cragin Bros. & Co., Chicago, HI. Oil-stove. 

Bean. Albert B., New Haven, Conn. Metal-planing machine 

Bean Edward D., Chelsea. Mass. Policeman's hook 



Bean, John and R., Springfield, Ohio. Hobby-horse 

Bean. Joseph H., Cincinnati. Ohio. Vapor-stove 

Bean. Robert T., Mount Sterling, Ky. Hatchway-protector for elevators 

Bean, Roscoe. (See Bean, John and R.) 
Bean, Rufns E. (See Poor, John 0., assignor.) 

Bean, Samnel L., Washington, D. C. Roller grinding-mill 

Bean, William Z., Boston, Mass. Nailing-machine 

Bean, William Z., Boston. Mass. Nail 

Bear, Josiah. and H. Whitenbarger, Fredonia, Pa. Eaves trough hanger 

Beard. Alfred. Danville, 111. Pipe-vise 

Beard. Alvah P., Horseheads, N. Y. Sliding door 

Beard. Cornelius. (See Baldwin, Charles E., assignor.) 
Beai (1, Cornelius. (See Sontheimer, Engelbert, assignor.) 
Beard. Cornelius. (See Turner. William B., assignor.) 

Beard, Cornelius, and C. E. Baldwin, assignors to I. B. Kleinert, New York, N. Y. Ear- 
protector 



284, (198 
289,957 

277,198 

277,199 

281.431 
281.432 

288.157 
271,972 
287,087 
285,210 
285,211 

283,848 
272,519 
273,936 
275.117 
278,764 
281,957 

276,952 

284.361 
284,362 

283,191 

282,485 
277,105 

282,949 

272,847 

281,335 
282,486 
279,213 
280,895 
280,896 
277,662 

287,612 

289.332 
284,363 



271,768 
272,625 

289,375 
271,769 

273,337 
277,663 

277,664 
283,192 

280,558 
274,702 
266,170 

277,405 
274,703 
271,189 

279,522 
272,018 
272,192 
284,165 

284,940 

282,037 
287,219 



275,568 
282.602 
262,603 
290,731 
272,193 



Date. 



Sept. 18 
Doc. 11 

May 8 

May 8 

July 17 
July 17 
Nov. 6 
Feb. 6 
Oct. 23 
Sept. 18 
Sejit. 18 

Aug. 28 
Feb. 20 
Mar. 13 
Apr. 3 
June 5 
July 24 



May 

Sept. 
Sept. 



Aug. 14 

Aug. 7 
May 8 

Aug. 14 

Feb. 27 

July 17 
Aug. 7 
June 12 
July 10 
July 10 
May 15 

Oct. 30 

Nov. 27 
Sept. 4 



Feb. 6 
Feb. 20 

Dec. 4 
Feb. 6 

Mar. 6 
May 15 

May 15 
Aug. 14 

July 3 

Mar. 27 
Oct. 9 

May 8 
Mar. 27 
Jan. 23 

June 19 
Feb. 13 
Feb. 13 
Sept. 4 

Sept. 11 

July 31 
Oct. 23 



Apr. 10 
Aug. 7 
Aug. 7 
Dec. 25 
Feb. 13 



281,433 July 17 



Monthly 
volume. 



1036 
724 



865 

867 

1362 

1363 
445 
468 
1655 
1295 
1295 

1668 

1178 

898 

311 

107 

2040 



247 
248 



858 

7 
752 

565 
1615 

1245 
8 
748 
687 
688 

1414 

2341 

1920 
249 



219 
1315 

6 
220 

125 

1415 

1416 
859 



263 
1885 
476 

1100 
1885 
1685 

1145 

542 

750 

6 

957 

2137 

1826 



917 
152 
154 

1737 
753 

1364 



280,005 June 26 1718 



291 
204 



230 

230 

376 
376 
125 
128 
454 
364 
305 

471 
329 
245 
87 
31 
558 

142 
143 
69 
69 



197 



C 45 



1 
2 
345 
3 
205 
193 
193 
382 

632 

533 

69 



61 
366 

2 
62 

35 
382 
C 382 
,383 
C240 
,241 

71 

"l3i' 

295 
525 
486 

317 

146 

207 

2 

f2C8 

,269 

587 

500 



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46,47 
47 
.|s() 
208 
376 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Beai'd, Cornelius, and C. E. Baldwin, New York. N. T. Frame for purses .— 

Beard, Edward J., and H. V. Hinckley, Topeka. Kans. Revolving switch-stand for railways . 

Beard, Edward J., and H. V. Hinckley, Topeka, Kans. Switch-stand for railways 

Beard, Frederick C, Aurora, 111. Driver for lathes 

Beard, Frederick C, Aurora, 111. Face-plate for lathes, &c 

Beard, PhiloD., Buffalo, N. Y. Overshoe 

Beardslee, George W., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to W. F. Johbins, East Orange, N. J.) 
Electric-arc lamp j 

Beardslee, "William F., Boston, Mass. Hat-sewing machine 

Beardsley & Co., L. C. (See Draper, Charles T., assignor.) 

Beardsley, Hiram C, and J. M. Hopson, New Haven, Conn. Grate-cleaner 

Bearse, Nelson H., Osterville, Mass. Spirit-level. 

Beath, David. (See Kay, Joshua A., assignor.) 

Beath, Schiess & Co. (See Dredge, Edgar, assignor.) 

Beatley, William H., Hnmansville, Mo. Adding-machine 

Beattie, Frank H., Soho, near Birmingham, county of Warwick, England. Braced frame. . 

Beattie, George D. (See Kuhns and Beattie.) 

Beattie, William. Portage. Wis. Foot and leg protestor 

Beatty, Claudius F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hat-band 

Beatty, Daniel F. (See Davis, Charles H., assignor.) 

Beatty, .John P., assignor to himself and S. Beatty, Norwalk, Conn. Hat 

Beatty, John P., assignor to himself and S. Beatty, Norwalk, Conn. Machine for pressing 
hats 



Beatty, Robert P. . Norwalk, Conn. Refrigerator 

Beatty, Samuel. (See Beatty, John P., assignor.) 

Beaty, James E., Summerviile, Ga. Quilting-frame for sewing-machines 

Beaty, Marshal, Cincinnati, Ohio. Thimble 

Beaty. William W. (See Reeves, Abbott M., assignor.) 

Beauchemin. Joseph E., Sorel, Quebec, Canada. Horse hay-rake 

Beaudreau, Joseph. Ludin.gton. Mich. Rowlock 

Beaudreau, Mathias I., Fond du Lac, Wis. Governor for steam-engines 



No. 



284,364 
276.552 
277,539 
280,119 
282,038 
273,803 

270,725 
279,523 



272.194 
284,712 



272,626 



272,627 



Date. 



283.193 

274,704 

279,690 

286.576 
290,387 

276.337 
279,524 

284.166 
271,021 
274,553 

Beaudry, Alexander, Boston, Mass. Power-hammer. .' J 281,001 

Beaudry, Zotique. Lynn, assignor to Universal Heel Burnishing Machine Company, Bos- 
ton. Mass. Heel-burnisher for boots and shoes . 284. 167 

Beaumont, Henry F., Whitley Beaumont, near Huddersfield, county of York, England. 

Shooting-seat .' 272.019 

Beaumont, Richard. Kankakee, 111. Stop-valve 275.798 

Beaumont. William W , Camberwell, county of Surrey, and J. Welman, Poole, county of 
Dorset, England. Apparatus for cutting stone '. '. I 270.925 

Beauregard, Napoleon. (See Wbeelock, George J., assignor.) 

Beaver, John A iSee Bawsel. Edward E., assignor.) 

Beazle, Frank N., Pittsburg, Pa. Steel-ingot mold 290,626 

Bebro, Marcus, Canfield House, Priory Road, Kilburn, county of Middlesex, England. Ap- 
paratus for punching and registering tickets 269,911 

Beche, Peter. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Horse-power 278,853 

Bechtel, Albert, E. J. Wnnderlich, and D. P. Stetzelberger, Cleveland, Ohio. Lainp-extin- 
guisher and wick-trimmer combined 281.232 

Bechtel, George M., Reading. Pa. Carriage- top standard : 278.676 

Bechter, Joseph M. iSee Wright and Bechter.) 

Beck, August, New York, N. Y. Qnilting-machine 276.657 

Beck, August, New York, N. Y. Qnilting-machine 279.632 

Beck, A rgnst, and G. Creter, New York, N. Y. Mechanical movement 289,881 

Beck & Co., A. (See Brenzinger, Adam, assignor.) 

Beck, Daniel, Chicago, 111. Fire-extinguishing apparatus 278,307 

Beck, Harrison W.^ef al. (See Beck, Marshall, assignor.) 

Beck, Harry E.. et al. (See Beck, Marshall, assignor.) 

Beck, John B., Pittsburg, assignor to himself, A. Haller, and A. Munsch, Allegheny city, Pa. 
Fertilizer '. 285,555 

Beck, Lewis I , et al. (See Beck, Marshall, assignor ') 

Beck, Marshall, assignor of two-thirds to E. Hopkins. Jr.. G. W. Le Vin, Chicago, L. I. and) 
H. E. Beck, Clear Creek, 111., and H. W. Beck, Indianola, Kans. Hay raking and load-> 283,746 
ing machine ) 

Becker, Francis L., New York. N. Y. Pivot-joint for piano-actions 285,785 j 

Becker, Franck, assignor to R. F. Simmons, E. L. Hixon, and J. L. Sweet, Attleborough 
Falls, Mass. Ornamental chain 276,338 j 

Becker, John. Boston. Mnss. Embroidering-mackine ' 281,231 

Becker, John F. , Ward, Minn. Hamo and colter fastener j 290,661 

Becker, Kiel W. (See Lewis, Francis M., assignor.) 



Beckers, Alexander, Hoboken, N. J. Boat-rowing apparatus 

Beckert, Andrew, and W. E. Ludlow, Sandusky, Ohio. Dumping-car 

Beckett, Albert A., assignor of one-half to J. Kelly, Chicago, HI. Fire-escape . 

Beckey, Silas, Cascade, Mich. Portable fence. . ..' 

Beckbardt. Louis, et al. (See Knoepflin. John B., assignor.) 

Beckley, Philip G. . Newark, N. J. Lamp-wick trimmer 

Beckman, C. C. (See Huffer, John H, assignor.) 

Beckwith, Charles T., et al. (See Tripp, James, assignor.) 

Beokwith, Ellen F.. et al. (See Tripp, James, assignor.) 

Beckwith, John. (Sec Clow, Lewis E.. assignor.) 

Beckwith, John H. (See Galloway and Beckwith.) 

Beckwith, Leonard F., et al., trustees. (See Marchand, Charles, assignor.) 

Beckwith, Philo D., Dowagiac, Mich. Heating-stove : 

Beckwith, Samuel, Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Fence-post 

Beckwith, Samuel H, assignor to F. J. Callauen, Utioa. N. Y. 



Sept. 4 
May 1 
May 15 
June 26 
July 31 
Mar. 13 

Jan. 16 
June 19 



Feb. 13 
Sept. 11 

Feb. 20 
Feb. 20 



Aug. 14 
Mar. 27 

Juno 19 

Oct. 16 
Dec. 18 

Apr. 24 
June 19 

Sept. 4 
Jan. 23 
Mar. 27 

July 10 

Sept. J 

Feb. 13 
Apr. 17 

Jan 23 



Dec. 18 

Jan. 2 
June 5 

July 17 
June 5 

May 1 
June 19 
Dec. 11 

May 29 



Sept. 25 

Aug. 28 

Oct. 2 

Apr. 24 
July 17 
Dec. 25 



Monthly 
volume. 



Electro-magnetic locomo- 



287,088 | Oct. 23 

288,760 Nov. 20 

290.311 ; Dec. 18 

286,522 Oct. 9 

271,022 Jan. 23 



289,802 Dec. 11 
282,039 July 31 



live. 



250 

10 

1269 

1854 

2139 

730 

1115 
1146 



754 
684 



1316 
1318 



861 
1886 

1342 

998 
1261 

1894 
1152 

7 
1479 
1706 

816 



543 
1226 



1357 



1589 



103 

247 



1117 



145 
1272 
637 

2227 



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522 

587 

198 

(319 

) 320 

(317 

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1 369 ' 
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241 
525 

373 

270 
354 

525 
319 

2.3 

426 

474 

<, 227 

J228 



147 
335 



391 



437 

31 
71 

308 
1 

37 
353 
177 

611 



(437 
J438 



526 

307 I 24 

450 25 

( 336 5 - d 

327 ' 25 

250 25 

426 23 



Beckwith, 'Walter C, Norwalk, Ohio. Railway-signal — 

Beckwith, Walter C. Allegheny, Pa. Carbon 

Beckwith, Warren, Genova Lake, Wis, Wagon end-gate . 



280,559 July 3 264 

277,200 May 8 868 

290.836 Dec. 25 1866 

386,675 Oct. Hi 1127 



(149 
j 150 


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986 


587 


24 


397 


72, 73 


24 


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230 


23 


1780 


515 


25 


1237 


303 


25 


220 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



23 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Beckwith, William H., Latrobe, Pa. Coke-ov en door 

Becsev, Joseph A., et at (See Rudolph, Alexander, assignor.) 

Bedbnry, George W., assignor of one-half to A. E. Borthwick, Portland, Oreg. Car-coupling 

Bedbnry. George W., assignor of one-third to E. J. Haight and L. M. Cox, Portland, Oreg. 
Car-axle - 

Bedbnry, George W., assignor of one-half to L. M. Cox and J. E. McLaughlin, Portland, 
( Ireg. Car-axle 

Beddow, George, assignor of one-half to J. P. Rose, Detroit, Mich. Leal hcr-skiving machine. 

Bedt-11, George E.; Herkimer. 1ST. Y. Folding cot 

Bedell, Lucius M., Chetopa, Kans. Barrel-truck 

Bedell Lucius M., Chetopa, Kans. Sliot-case 

J '.nlc II. "William. New York, X. Y. Car- ventilation 

Bedford, Joseph T., Sew York, X. Y. Waxing paper - 

Bedford, Joseph E.. Cincinnati. Ohio. Clasp 

Bedinger. George M.. Jr.. Erlauger. Ky. Electric signaling apparatus for rail way -trains.. 

Beebe, Charles S., Racine. Wis. Fanning-mill 

Beebe, Charles S.. Racine, Wis. Fanning-mill 

Beebe. Charles S . Racine. Wis. Two- wheeled vehicle 

Beebe, Edgar G.. Wiota, Wis. Vehicle-brake 

Beebe, Gaylord W., Swanton, Vt. Thill-coupling 

Beebe, George F., Hornellsville, X. Y. Pump 

Beebe, Hiram F. (See Hubbard, Frederick H.. assignor.) 

Beebe, Lyman (_'.. Yillisca, assignor of one-half to R. Truman, Afton, Iowa. Gas-generat- 
ing lamp . 



Beebe, Lyman C. Yillisca, assignor of one-half to R. Truman, Afton, Iowa. Gas-generator 
Beebe, Winsor. Buffalo, X. Y. Grain drier and cooler 



i Ebenezi r B., Westville, Conn., and R. T. Elliott, assignors to Diamond Match^ 
Company, Wilmington, Del: Machine for making match-boxes - ( 

Bei cher, Henry W. (See Woodruff. Owen, and Beecher.) 

Beecher. Thoni.ns. assignor to W. & E. T. Fitch, Sew Haven, Conn. Snap-hook 

Beecher, William F. (See Clark and Beecher.) 

Beecher. William F., and R. S. West. Cleveland, Ohio. Portable coffee-roaster 

Beecher, William s. Westville. Conn. Match-box 

BeecKI \ . Charles G., assignor to W. T. Mann, J. G. and A. Chapman, and H. Shield, Liver-? 

pool, England. Gas-motor engine s 

Beeching, David G.. New York, X. Y. lllumiua ting-tile 

Beekman, C. C. (See Huffer. John H., assignor.) 
Beeler, W. R. (See Park and Hackett. assignors.) 

Beeman, Joseph S., London. England. Magneto-electric machine 

Beeman, Joseph S., W. Taylor, and F. King, London, England. Regulator for dynamo- 
electric machines - 

Beeman, Marcus M.. Syracuse. X. Y. Nut-lock 

Beer, John S.. Buffalo. N. Y. Fire-proof material 

Beer, Peter Detroit. Mich. Match-machine 

Beers. Charles P., Newark, N. J. Spectacles and eyeglasses 

Beers, Fbilo M.. Bridgeport. Conn. Machine for polishing the eyes of needles 

Beers. Thomas W.. and J. W. Craig. Kirk wood, 111. Rein-holder 

Beery, David A., and X. B. Sprague, Springfield, Ohio. Apparatus for making fire-kindlers. 
Beery, Samuel M., assignor lo himself and I. M. Smith, Omaha, Xebr. Platform for rail- 



way-cars. 



Beesley, Frederick, Queen Street, Edgware Road, assignor to J. Purdey, Oxford Street, 
county of Middlesex, England. Breech-loading tire-arm. (Reissue) 

Beesley. Thomas. Muscatine, Iowa. Caloric -engine 

Eugene. (See Pennington and Beggs.) (Reissue.) 

Beggs, William. (See McDonald and Beggs.) 

Beha, John, Louisville. Ky. Harness 

Bchr. Herman. (S<»e Coffin, George W., assignor.) 

Behrens, Hermann L.. Holyoke. Mass. Self-oiling calender-box 

Behrens, William H, assignor of one-half to C. M. Theberath, Newark, X. J. Mechanical 
movement 

Behrens, William H.. assignor of one-half to C. M. Theberath, Newark, X. J. Machine for 
hardening and sizing hat-bodies 

Beidler, Charles, assignorof two-thirds to C.S.Ehrigand J. J. Egge, Allentown.Pa. Wash- 
ing-machine 

Beidler, Henrv M., Texarkana, Ark. Electro-magnetic car wheel and brake 

Beidler, Jacob II. . Mount Pulaski. HI. Brick-kiln 

Beiermeister, Fredrick, Jr., Troy, X. Y. Collar 

Beicrmeister. Fredrick, Jr.. Troy, X. Y. Collar 

Beiener, George, Chicago, 111. Folding step-ladder 

Belcher, Frank S. and J. B.. Charlotte, Mich. Fruit-drier 

Belcher, John B. I See Belcher. Frank S. and J. B.) 

Belcher, John B. (See File, John C, assignor.) 

Belcher, Walter A., assignor of one-half to F. Taylor. Lowell, Mass. Telephonic apparatus . 

Belden, Henry S . Canton, Ohio. Yapor-burner 

Bidden. Henry S.. Canton, Ohio. Yapor-burner 

Belden, Henry S.. Canton. Ohio. Street-lamp 

Belden. Preston L. (See Gilmore, Robert J., assignor.) 

Belding, Arthur. Chicago. 111. Device for hanging seed-corn 

Belding, Edgar F. (See Knowlton, Albion, assignor.) 

Belknap, Charles. Bridgeport, and J. W. Bradley, Stratford, assignors of one-half to Bel-i 
knap Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Yalve mechanism j 

Belknap, Frank D., Wooater, Ohio. Copying and printing press 



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288,761 

269,999 

275,324 

284,800 
275,458 
274.455 
274,258 
285,454 
280,783 
273.013 
280,991 
275,879 
280,897 
280,898 
281,434 
278,705 
272.628 
279,214 



290,200 
290.627 
284,266 

281,958 



282,257 

271,770 
284.596 

280.006 

272.629 



288,915 

288,963 
270,372 
290.837 
272.113 

271.771 
278.854 
279.906 
284.597 

290,516 

10,281 
270,000 

285,379 
282,151 

287,408 

287,752 

279,691 
284,365 
278.080 
278.677 
289,604 
276,339 
285,957 



283,747 
271,772 
272,195 
286.703 



Date. 



Belknap Manufacturing Company. (See Belknap and Bradley, assignors.) 
Belknap Manufacturing Company. (See Bradley. John W.. assignor.) 

Belknap, Samuel C, and T. H. Fye. Zanesville, Ohio. Boot or shoe 

Bell. Albert. Reisterstown, Md. Book-support 

Bell. Benjamin F., Yates Centre, Kans. Wiie-tyer 

Bell, Bushrod W.. Dallas. Tex. Wood pavement 

Bell, Franklin X. (See Bell. George S.. assignor.) 

Bell. Frederick, Anderson. Ind. Sash-fastener 

Bell. George A., and W. W. Xorman, Morley, Mo. Extension step-ladder . 



• 276,755 

286,676 
286,677 



278.308 - 
290,169 
279.525 
281,233 

287,409 
287,793 



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Jan. 2 

Apr. 3 

Sept. 11 
Apr. 10 
Mar. 27 
Mar. 20 
Sept. 25 
July 10 
Feu. 27 
Oct. 23 
Apr. 17 
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July 10 
July 17 
June 5 
Feb. 20 
June 12 



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Dec. 18 
Sept. 4 

July 24 



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Feb 6 
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Nov. 20 
Jan. 9 
Dec. 25 
Feb. 13 
Feb. 6 
June 5 
June 26 
Sept. 11 

Dec. 18 

Feb. 6 
Jan. 2 



Sept. 25 

July 31 

Oct. 30 

Oct. 30 

June 19 
Sept. 4 
May 22 
June 5 
Dec. 4 
Apr. 24 
Oct. 2 

Aug. 28 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 13 
Oct. 16 

May 1 
Oct. 16 



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206 
563 

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779 
1567 
1306 
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689 
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108 
1320 

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1590 

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221 
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14C8 
657 

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660 
222 
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1597 
536 

1451 

528 
207 



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2302 
2063 
252a 

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251 

1904 

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290 

1896 
228 



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Dec. 11 
June 19 
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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bell, George S., South Norwalk, Conn., assignor to F. N. Bell, Flushing, N. Y. Center- 
hoard for vessels 

Bell, James D., Fremont, Nebr. Portable refrigerator 

Bell, John A. (See Smith, Oscar L., assignor.) 

Bell, John B., Pittsburg, Pa. Clothes-washer 

Bell, John H., Mount Ephraim, 1ST. J. Riddle for grain-separators 

Bell. John W. (See Luse and Bell.) 

Bell, Levi, Orangeburg, N. T. Sulky-plow 

Bell, Patrick F. (See Otto and Bell.) 

Bell, Richard, Liverpool, England, and D. Selkirk, Brooklyn, N. T. Screw-propeller 

Bell, Robert, Paterson, assignor to A. Martin, Passaic, N. J. Shell for use in dye-vats - - - 
Bell, Samuel H., assignor of one-half to S. L. Griffin, Mexico, Mo. Two-wheeled vehicle . 

Bell. Thomas, Akron, Ohio. Nut-lock 

Bell, Walter T., New Rochelle, N. Y. Measure for grain-spouts .... 

Bell, William. (See Lipsey, Andrew B., assignor.) 

Bell, William G. (See Addie, John, assignor.) 

Bell, William G., Boston, Mass. Meat-cutter 

Bell, William G., Boston, Mass. Machine for cutting meat 

Bellah, Thomas S. (See Spencer, John N., assignor.) 

Bellairs, William, Mitchellville, Iowa. Snap-hook 

Bellairs, William, Mitchellville, Iowa. Trace-carrier 

Bellamy, Charles L., Arlington, N. J. Clamp and vise 

Belle Patent Button Fastener Company. (See Alton, George H., assignor.) 
Belle Patent Button Fastening Company. (See Alton, George H., assignor.) 
Bellinger, Earll B., Kalamazoo, assignor to himself and H. F. Bellinger, Barry, Mich. Cul- 
tivator. 

Bellinger, Harvey F. (See Bellinger, Earll B., assignor.) 

Bellingrath, Leonard, Castleberry, Ala. Manufacturing rosin and spirits of turpentine. . . 

Bellis, William L., Cleveland, Ohio. Rim-plate for horse-collars 

Belt, Jared. E., Minneapolis, Minn. Bran-packer 

Belt, William L., Washington, D. C. Shutter- worker 

Belton, John D., New Orleans, La. Grain-screen 

Bement, Arthur 0., Lansing, Mich. Spring-tooth harrow 

Bemis, Charles, assignor of one-half to W. H. Williams and A. E. Cartier, Ludington, Mich. 

Fire-escape 

Bemis, Harrison H., Chicago, 111. Lathe for turning lasts 

Bemis, James H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and F. Harrington, Keene, 

N. H. Button-boot ' 

Bemis, Judson M., et al. (See Palmer, Charles H, assignor.) 
Bemis, Stephen A., et al. (See Palmer, Charles H., assignor.) 

Bemis, Sumner A., Springfield, Mass. Car-spring 

Bemis, Winfield S. (See JDayton, William M., assignor.) 

Bender, George, Hoboken, N. J. Zithern 

Bender, Henry C, Montgomeryville, Pa. Nut-lock 

Bender, Louis L., assignor of one-half to J. C. Dingens, Buffalo, N. Y. Printer's correct- 

ing-table 

Bendix, Josef, assignor to R. Eisenmann, Berlin, Germany. Process of and apparatus for 

purifying alcohol 

Bendler, William H., Baltimore, Md. Accordion 

Bendure, John TJ., Middlebourne, Ohio. Cider mill and press 

Benedict, Arthur L., Ocean Grove, N. J. Window and door screen 

Benedict & Burnham Manufacturing Company. (See Blackham, Eli J., assignor.) 
Benedict & Burnham Manufacturing Company. (See Hallas, James G., assignor.) 
Benedict & Burnham Manufacturing Company. (See Thompson, Frank H., assignor.) 

Benedict, Hiram, Detroit, Mich. Folding table 

Benedict, Richard W., assignor to J. Wyckoff and R. T. Tuttle, Perry, N. Y. Harvester . 

Benedict, William F., New York, N. Y.' Basket 

Benfleld, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ornamenting watch-cases and other articles of jewelry 
Benham, Elijah B., Mystic, Conn., and H. B. Richardson, Amherst, assignors to Amherst 

Hydraulic Motor Company, Boston, Mass. Hydraulic motor ; 

Benham, Etban S., Attica, N. Y. Gang-plow frame 

Benham, William P., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pope Manufacturing Company, Boston, 

Mass. Velocipede 

Benjamin, Walter R., Holder, HI. Device for setting up dead game for decoy purposes. . . 

Benjamin, William C. (See Wren, William C, assignor.) 

Benner, Lorenzo D., assignor to G. C. Alden and A. C. Clay, Galesburg, HI. Corn-planter 

eheck-rower '. 

Benner, Lorenzo D., assignor to A. C. Clay and G. C. Alden, Galesburg, HI. Corn-planter 

check-rower 

Benuet, Karl W. , Manchester, assignor of one-half to F. Nevitt and S. H. Spooner, Sr., Law- 

renceburg, Inrt . Baling-press 

Bennett, Anthony A. , West Stratford. Conn. Thill-coupling 

Bennett, Benjamin, Hyde Park, Pa. Car-brake 

Bennett, Benjamin F., Lockport, N. Y. Automatic self-setting wrench 

Bennett, Charles A., assignor of one-half to Morris County Machine and Iron Company, 

Dover, N. J. Device for operating air-compressor valves 

Bennett, Charles H. (See Bennett, John W., assignor.) 

Bennett, Charles H., Cheltenham township, Montgomery county, Pa. Bottle-stopper 

Bennett, Dwight W., assignor to Craighead & Elwell Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, 

Conn. Lamp-fixture 

Bennett, Edward L. (See Stiles, Frederic, assignor.) 

Bennett. Edwin, Baltimore. Md. Earthenware tea-pot 

Bennett, Edwin W. (See Ferre, Willi.im T., assignor.) 

Bennett, Eli J., assignor of one-half to D. A. Gilbert, Bainbridge, N. Y. Baling-press 

Bennett, George S. (See Dickey, William H., assignor.) 

Bonnett, James W. (See Fellows, Charles' F., assignor.) 

Bennett, James W. (See Keefe, John C, assignor.) 

Bonnett, James W., et al. (See Ladd, Austin S., assignor.) 

Bennett, James W., et al. (See Thompson, Edward W., assignor.) 

Bennett, James W. (See Thompson and Moore, assignors.) 

Bennett, John F., Pittsburg, Pa. Apparatus for separating nitrogen from atmospheric air 

Bennett, John F., Pittsburg, Fa. Apparatus for compressing liquid steel 

Bennett, John F., Pittsburg, Pa. Apparatus for the manufacture of bituminous-coal coko 



No. 



277,406 
286,375 

270,726 
280,007 

286,678 

285,212 
276.340 
278,855 
284,366 
280,120 



273,220 
287,360 

279,477 
288,762 
286,376 



290,960 

284,367 
287,497 
279,854 
283,194 
279,215 
272,939 

286,523 
276,129 

278,081 



284,713 

286,524 
289,494 

285,556 

287,089 
282,834 
274,432 
290,312 



285,101 
282,040 
278,856 
275,569 

276,520 

289,376 

277,870 
283,195 



274,259 

279,692 

281,959 
270,571 
271,773 

287,998 

283,955 
280,784 
280,441 
273,221 
275,118 



281.002 
'*S2,041 

282,604 



Date. 



May 8 
Oct. 9 

Jan. 16 
June 26 

Oct. 16 

Sept. 18 
Apr. 24 
June 5 
Sept. 4 
June 26 



Feb. 27 
Oct. 23 

June 12 
Nov. 20 
Oct. 9 



Dec. 25 

Sept. 4 
Oct. 30 
June 19 
Aug. 14 
June 12 
Feb. 27 

Oct. 9 
Apr. 17 

May 22 



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Oct. 
Dec. 



Sept. 25 

Oct. 23 

Aug. 7 
Mar. 20 
Dec. 18 



Sept. 18 
July 31 
June 5 
Apr. 10 

Apr. 24 

Dec. 4 

May 22 
Auk. 14 



Mar. 20 

June 19 

July 24 
Jan. 16 
Feb. 6 
Nov. 6 

Aug. 28 

July 10 

July 3 

Feb. 27 

Apr. 3 



July 10 
July 31 
Aug. 7 



Monthly 
volume. 



1101 
750 

1116 
1722 

1132 

1296 
1897 
251 
252 
1854 



2071 
1998 

1088 

1232 

751 



2022 

253 
2173 

1528 
862 
749 

1729 

927 
1622 

1905 



685 

928 
155 

1703 

1657 

429 

1526 

1169 



1165 

2141 

252 

918 

2117 



1G63 
863 



1307 

1344 

2045 
920 
225 
268 

l'<99 

565 

131 

2072 
313 



295 
201 

320 
482 

305 

365 

526 

r2, 73 

70 

523 



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:544 
;545 

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337 

202 



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427 
241 
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250 
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522 



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250 
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480 

455 
121 
420 
327 



326 

588 

73 

248 

( 5S8 

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241 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bennett, John F., Pittsburg, Pa. Purifying iron with carbonic-acid gas 

Bennett, John H., assignor of two-thirds to A. T. Matthews and E. Converse, "Worcester, 

Mass. Knob for stove or other doors 

Bennett, John M., Green Island, N. Y., assignor to 11. C.Bailey, Covington, Ky. Babbet- 

plane 



No. 



Date. 



Bennett, John W., assignor to C. H. Bennett, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Stencil-bolder 
Bennett, Theodore G., et'al. (See Desmond, John assignor.) 

Bennett. Walter, Providence. R. I. Skin-puncturing device or recussitator 

Bennett, Walter A., et al. (See Desmond, John, assignor.) 

Bennett, Walter G. (See Stonemctz and Bennett.) 

Bennett. William H. (See Graves, John B., assignor.) 

Bennctte. Jacob B., assignor of one-half to S. F. Seager, Lansing, Mich., and H. S. Wade, 

Boston, Mass. Barrel 

Benuit, William, assignor of one-half to H. N. Knickerbocker, Troy, N. Y. Corkscrew. . . 

Bennor, Joseph, Philadelphia. Pa. Trap 

Bennor, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. Water-closet and trap 

Bennor, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. Wash-basin 

Bennor. Joseph, assignor of two-thirds to W. H. Staake and W. E. Knowles, Philadelphia,; 

Pa. Block or brick pressing machine ; 

Benoist, Euienc H., St. Louis, Mo. Window-refrigerator 

Benoit, Fredrick, Chicago, 111., assignor to himself and G. Stone, Beloit, Wis. Stuffing-, 

machine ] 

Benoit, John P.. Detroit, Mich. Cut-off- valve gear 

Benson, August, Worcester, Mass. Screw-driver 

Benson, Benjamin S., Baltimore, Md. Traction-engine and stubble harvester and consumer 

Benson, Benjamin S., Bait Uuore, Md. Combined differential gear and friction-clutch 

Benson, Charles, et al. (See Swift, Horace E., assignor.) 

Benson, Ezra D. and J. D., Cranberry. W. Va. Animal-shears 

Benson. George T., New York, N. Y., assignor to J. S. Kelso, Jr., Stamford, Conn. Switch 

for electric lamps 

Benson, James D. (See Benson, Ezra D. and J. D.) 

Benson, James D., and It. 13. Foglo, Cranberry, W. Ya. Door 

Benson, Joseph, Boston. Mass. Liquid-filter 

Benson, Oliver, Brooklyn, N . Y. Snap-hook 

Benson, Bichard. (See Coutant and Bensoj.) 

Benson, Samuel, Evanston, Wyoming Ter. Journal-box 

Benson. William H.. Staunton, Va. Culinary heater 

Benr. William H. (See Haynes, Henry M., assignor.) 
Bentley, Edward M. (See Knight and Bentley.) 

Bentley, Edward M., Washington, D. C. Electric way 

Bent lev. Edward M., Washington, D. C. Electric way 

Bentle'v, Edward M.. and W. H. Knight, Washington, D. C. Electric way 

Bentley. Henry. (See Plush. Samuel M., assignor.) 
Bentley, Matthew H. (See Bausmith, William T., assignor.) 

Benton, James R, Oswego, N. Y. Lawn-rake 

Benton. Linn B., Milwaukee, Wis. Printing-type 

Benton. Thomas P., La Crosse, Wis. Machinery for separating the ores of the precious 

metal 



Bentzen, Charles A., Chicago, HI. Mechanical movement 

Berchtold, Otto C, and E. I. Lautler; said Lauffer assignor, by mesne assignments, to H. 
J. Lehman, Cleveland. Ohio. Safety attachment for elevators 

Berdohl, Peter J.. Dell Bapids, Dak. Ter. Wagon-spring 

Berens, William E., assignor of one-half to C. Mayer, Buffalo, N. Y. Cock-grinding ma- 
chine 



Beres, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Machine for treating tightly-rolled cigars 

Berg, August J., Chicago, His. Automatic car-brake 

Berg, Ole. (See Harsha, Mortimer S., assignor.) 

Bergen, Samuel R., Cantril, Iowa. Spring-brace for vehicles 

Bergen, William L., Batavia, HI. Machino for threading bolts 

Berger. Emit. (See Eriebel, Bichard, assignor.) 

Berger, Lewis W., E. A. Peters, and 0. P. Chaney, Groveport, Ohio. Straw-stacker 

Bergh, Bror F., assignor to E. E. Garvin &. Co., New York, N. Y. Gear-wheel 

Bergman, Iguaz, Fort Madison, Iowa. Device for holding and guiding the fingers in writ- 



Bergmann & Co. (See Bergmann, Sigmund, assignor.^ 

Bergmann & Co. (See Vail, Jonathan H, assignor.) 

Bergmann. Julius, Hattingen, Germany. Steam-boiler 

Bergmann, Sigmund. (See Greenfield, Edwin T., assignor.) 

Bergmann, Sigmund, assignor of one-half to E. H. Johnson, New York, N. Y. Flexible 
electric conductor 

Bergmann. Sigmund, assiznor of one-half to E. H. Johnson, New York, N. Y. Connec- 
tion for electric-light fixtures 

Bergmann, Sigmund, assignor to Bergmann <fc Co., New York, N. Y. Galvanic battery. . . 

Bergmann, Theodor, Gaggenan, Baden, Germany. Night-lamp ' 

Bergqvest, Nels if.. Chicago, Dl. Journal-box lubricator 

Bergqvist, John, assignor of one-half to C. Fuuke, McKecsport, Pa. Puddling-furnace 

Bergstresser, Edwin L., Hublersburg, Pa. Photographic-plate holder 

Bergstrom, Gustaf, et al. (See Healy, Michael L., assignor.) 

Bering, James E., assignor to Chambers, Bering <fe Quinlan, Decatur, 111. Corn-planter 

Bering, James E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Chambers, Bering, Quinlan Com- 
pany, Decatur, 111. Corn-planter. (Beissue) 

Berkshire. John H, Muscatine, Iowa. Beciprocating saw-mill 

Bel lien. Joachim E., Altona, Prussia, Germany. Drawing corks from bottles 

Berlien. Joachim E., Altona. Germany. Attaching corkscrews to bottles 

Beriier. Jean B.. assignor to Compagnie Generale de Salubrite, Paris, France. Water- 
closet urinal, and cesspool 

Berlin Ilenrv. assignor to himself and F. Austin, Pittsburg, Pa. Bailway switch and frog. 

Berliner, Emile, Boston, Mass. Electric-battery fluid 

Berliner. Emile, Boston, Mass. Carpet 

Berliner. Emile. Boston. Miss. Telephone-transmitter 

Bernhanl, Gottlieb. (See Fink and Branson, assignors.) 

Bernhardt. Louis, Bergen. N. J., assignor to J. H. Foote. New York. N. Y. Accordion 

Bernhart. Henry S., and I. B. Bitter, Reading, Pa. Dumping-wagon 



285,786 

274,433 

284,041 
277,201 

273,702 



284,207 
277,442 
272,020 
289,495 
289,496 

289,882 

275,799 

286,171 

288,297 
277,202 
281,604 
285,213 

287,794 

283,971 

280,785 
277,203 
286,253 

276,756 
271,774 



276,953 
276,954 
276,757 



281,003 
290,201 

273,703 
271,594 

290,202 
286,377 

266,525 
274,554 

288,298 

276,213 

284,168 

271,404 
272,940 

282,948 



273,338 



275,748 

275.749 
288,916 
281,825 
278,309 
275,119 
281,660 

272,404 

10,320 
272,630 
278,388 
279,216 

272,405 
289,377 
270,884 
284.2G8 
285,102 

286,679 
284,368 



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May 8 

Mar. 13 



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May 15 
Feb. 13 
Dec. 4 
Dec. 4 

Dec. 11 

Apr. 17 

Oct. 9 

Nov. 13 
May 8 
July 17 
Sept. 18 

Nov. 6 

Nov. 27 

July 10 
May 8 
Oct. 9 

May 1 
Feli. 6 



May 1 
May 1 
May 1 



July 10 

Dec. 18 

Mar. 13 

Feb. 6 

Dec. 18 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 

Mar. 27 

Nov. 13 



Apr. 24 
Sept. 4 

Jan. 30 
Feb. 27 

Aug. 14 



Mar. 6 



Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 
Nov. 20 
July 24 
May 29 
Apr. 3 
July 24 

Feb. 20 

May 1 
Feb. 20 
May 29 
Juiio 12 

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Jan. 23 
Sept, 4 
Sept. 18 

Oct. 16 
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564 



1146 

1146 
1412 
1881 
2230 
314 
1659 

1035 

595 
1322 

2336 
750 

1036 

7 

1309 

137 

1166 

1134 
254 



420 



269 
231 



160 



38 
310 
147 
43 
43 

;i77 

I 178 
' 336 

;i32 

i 133 
172 
231 
432 
365 

3 

411 

158 
231 
160 

76 
63 



143 

143 

76 



228 
289 

160 
3 

289 
202 

251 

474 

C172 

$173 

477 
3 

566 
483 

160 



36 



314 

314 
389 
514 
612 

87 
452 

290 

156 
371 
638 
207 

290 

3 

378 

39 

326 

305 
70 



23 



24 
23 



23 



24 
23 
23 
25 

C 

1 25 

23 

| 25 

25 
23 
24 
24 

25 

25 

24 
23 
25 

23 
23 



23 
23 
23 



24 
25 



23 
23 



25 
25 



25 
23 

?25 



23 
24 



23 
23 



24 



23 



23 
25 
24 
23 
23 
24 

23 

23 

23 
23 
23 

23 
25 
23 
24 
24 

25 
24 



4 
1113 



1075 
1781 



944 



928 
1837 
547 
913 
914 

1005 

1451 

99 

625 

1781 
288 
1141 

508 

790 

107 

1781 

117 

1676 
479 



1720 
1720 
1676 



152 
1084 

944 
442 

1084 
147 

179 
1150 

625 



1546 
906 



394 

764 



608 



855 



1430 

1430 
770 
347 
2037 
1280 
307 

636 

1728 

686 

2057 

2261 

636 

888 
275 
928 
1118 

221 
947 



26 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bot- 



Bernet, Frank. (See Bernet, Ludwig and F.) 

Bernet , Ludwig and F. , Bmgen, Germany. Vehicle-wheel 

Bernhamer, Edward R., Indianapolis, Ind. Harrow 

Bornheim, Charles H.. Lexington, N. C. Bee-hive 

Berninghaus, Edmund 0., assignor of one-half to J. C. Schoenthaler, St. Louis, Mo. 

tie wrapper and cushion 

Berminghaus, Eugene, Cincinnati, Ohio. Barber's chair 

Bernstein, Alex, Boston, Mass. Incandescent electric lamp 

Bernstein. Alex, assignor to Berastein Electric Light Manufacturing Company, Boston, 

Mass. Incandescent electric lamp 

Bernstein, Alexander, Boston, Mass. Incandescent electric lamp 

Bernstein, Alexander, Boston, Mass. Safety device for electric wires 

Bernstein, Alexander, Boston, Mass. Electric switch or circuit controller 



Bernstein, Alexander, Boston, Mass. Dynamo-electric machine 

Bernstein, Alexander, Boston, Mass. Apparatus for counterbalancing disturbances in tel- 
ephones 

Bernstein, Alexander, assignor to Bernstein Electric Liglit Manufacturing Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Carbon for incandescent electric lamps 

Bernstein, Alexander, assignor to Bernstein Electric Light Manufacturing Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Automatic cut-out for electric lights 

Bernstein Electric Light Manufacturing Company. (See Bernstein, Alexander, assignor.) 

Berntbsen, August, Heidelberg, Baden, assignor <o Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, 
Mannheim, Gei many. Manufacture of materials suitable for dye-stuffs 

Berntbsen. August, Heidelberg, Baden, assignor to Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, 
Mannheim. Germany. Manufacture of coloring-matters , 

Berntbsen, August, Heidelberg, Baden, assignor to Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, 
Mannheim, Germany. Sulphureted derivative of diphenylamine as a basis for the pro- 
duction of coloring-matters 

Berntbsen, August^ Heidelberg, Baden, assignor to Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, 
Mannheim, Germany. Obtaining coloring-matter or dye-stuff from thiodipbenylamine. . . 

Berolzheimer, Henry. (See Dittenhoefer, Myer, assignor.) 

Berolzheimer, Henry. (See Hoffman, Joseph', assignor.) 

Berret, James G. (See Clasou, William P.. assignor.) 

Berrigan, John J., Avon, N. Y. Lawn-mower 

Berry"! Boswell. Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. Accordion 

Berry, David, Gualala, Gal. Sulky 

Berry, Frederic E. (See Putmau and Berry.) 

Berry, Henry, assignor to Derby Silver Company, Huntington, Conn. Bntter-dish 

Berry, Henry, assignor to Derby Silver Company, Huntington, Conn. Butter-dish 

Berry, James H., Greenville, S.'C, assignor to himself and W. M. Berry, Mount Airy, Ga. 
Railway signal-lantern 

Berry, John, assignor to National Needle Company, Springfield, Mass. Machine for groov-? 
ing needles S 

Berry, John, assignor to National Needle Company, Springfield, Mass. Clamp for holding^ 

. and rotating needles while grinding them ; S 

Berry. John, assignor to National Needle Company, Springfield, Mass. Machine for fllingi 1 
the teeth of rotary cutters S 

Berry, John, assignor to National Needle Company, Springfield, Mass. Machine for feed-^ 
ing needle-blanks J 

Berry, John B. N. , Baltimore, Md. Car-spring 

Berry, John L., and S. Gladney, Antelope, Cal. Faucet 

Berry, Lucien H. (See Orton and Berry.) 

Berry, Nathan B. (See Cardwell and Berry.) 

Berry, Samuel T. , Cleveland, Ohio. Stencil-plate 

Berry, Walter K., Swede Point, Iowa. Car-coupling 

Berry, Wilbur F., Chicago, 111. Carpenter's gage 

Berry. AVilburF., Chicago, 111. Door-hanger 

Berry, Wilbur F.. Chicago, 111. Door-hanger 

Berry, William M. (See Berry, James H, assignor.) 

Berst. Conrad, Princeton, Mo. Churn-dasher 

Berteling, Louis A., San Francisco, Cal. Optometer 

BertlingT Carl, Detroit, Mich. Coffee-roaster .' 



Berton, Jean, New York, N. Y. Saw filing and setting machine 

Bortsch, William. (See Schneider, Henry H., assignor.) 

Bertsche, Leopold, and F. Loflnk, Pittsburg, Pa. ; said Bertsche assignor to said Lofink. 

Saw-guard ' 

Berwick. Henry. South Bethlehem. Pa. Sewing-machine needle 

Besley, John, Columbia Cross Roads, Pa. Apparatus for skimming milk 

Besosa, Manuel, Now York, N. Y. Life-boat 

Besse, Irvin. (Seo Moody, Henry T.. assignor.) 
Bessemer Steel Company (See Beese, Jacob, assignor.) 

Bessev, William B., Elmira, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Best Oar Coupler Company. 'See Best, Jacob N., assignor.) 

Best, Clearmont V., Canton, Ohio. Vapor-burner 

Best, Daniel, Albany, Oreg. Grain-separator 

Best, Isaac, Lawrence, Mass. Combing-niachine 



Best, Jacob N, assignor to Best Car Coupler Company, Denver, Colo. Car-coupling 

Best, Louis P. , Davenpc rt, Iowa. Manufacture of starch 

Best, Martin L., et al. (See Mack. Alfred L., assignor.) 

Betancourt. Gaspar A., Havana. Cuba. Rotary plow 

Bethea. Cade W., Little Rock, S. C. Wiro fence 

Bettermann, ReinUold. Cambria, Pa. Portable sash-securer 

Bettis, Josiah. (See Small, George A., assignor.) 

Bettis, Josiah, New Albany. Ind. Car-brake 

Betts, Charles S., and H. E. Wilson, Salt Lake City, Utah Ter. Gold-washer 

Betts, Edgar K., Lansingburg, assignor to W. S. and G. Earl, Troy, and W. and R. Wil- 
son, Now York, N. Y. Manufacture of collars and cuffs 

Betts, George F., et al. (See Darling, James D., assignor.) 

Betts, Isaac F., assignor of one-half to S. F. Betts, Wilmington, Del. Fruit-stouer 



No. 



275.120 
273.246 
280,560 

285,872 
270,572 
271,302 

273,704 
280,340 
284,714 
284,715 

284,999 

286,577 
280,341 
283,748 

282,835 
282,836 

286,526 
286,527 



273.705 
274.705 
280,561 

284.531 
284,532 

270,727 
275,750 

279,075 

281,960 

2fl,901 

279.907 
269,912 



286 172 
286,578 
273.440 
279.526 
280,342 

271,301 
275.348 
270,373 

285,557 



272,114 

278,857 
285.958 
289,208 



285,787 

283,956 
270.001 
287,498 

279,121 
278,490 



272.631 

289,803 
283,460 

270.002 
279,122 

280,899 
281,234 



Date. 



Apr. 3 
Mar. 6 
July 3 

Oct. 2 
Jan. 16 
Jan. 30 

Mar. 13 
July 3 
Sept. 11 
Sept. 11 

Sept. 18 

Oct. 16 
July 3 
Aug. 28 

Aug. 7 
Aug. 7 



Oct. 
Oct. 



Mar. 13 
Mar. 27 
July 3 



Sept. 4 
Sept. 4 

Jan. 16 
Apr. 10 

June 5 

July 24 

July 24 

June 26 
Jan. 2 



Oct. 9 
Oct. 16 
Mar. 6 
June 19 
July 3 

Jan. 30 
Apr. 10 
Jan. 9 

Sept, 25 



Feb. 13 
June 5 
Oct. 2 
Nov. 27 



Oct. 2 

Aug. 28 
Jan. 2 
Oct. 30 



Monthly 
volume. 



317 

4 
268 

114 

920 
1821 

597 

3 

680 

687 

1039 



999 

4 



G8 

1 

73 

34 

265 
528 

161 23 

1 24 

193 24 

194 24 

^ 291 ^24 
)292 5 



270 
1,2 



1551 1 438 




598 
1887 
269 

455 
455 



1147 

565 

2046 

2050 

1598 
105 



481 
1002 

257 

1154 

5 

1821 
632 
658 

1704 



667 
253 
229 
1771 



1800 

209 

2173 



June 12 


650 


May 29 


2459 


Feb. 20 
Dec. 11 
Aug 21 


1323 
537 
1202 


Jan. 2 
June 12 


210 
652 


July 10 


090 


July 17 


1119 



161 
526 

74 

129 
129 

320 

f 314 
J 315 
(155 
\ 156 
(500 
}56l 
(561 
} 502 
448 
31 



133 

271 

69 

319 

2 

528 

169 

193 

(480 

\48l 



182 
73 
64 

491 



510 

60 

590 

(177 
\ 178 
(670 
}671 



371 
150 
3J8 

61 

178 

194 



f 308 
i 309 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 



27 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Naine, residence, and invention. 



Mus- 



Betts, J. Heeker. New York, assignor of one-half to R. W. Lindsly, Brooklyn, X. Y 
tac he-protector 

Betts, Lewis F., New York, N. Y. Yehicle-spring 

Betts, Lewis F., New York, TT. Y. Sheet-metal pipe. (Reissue) 

Betts, Rodney L., Brunswick, X. Y. Grapple 

Betts. Samuel F. (See Betts. Isaac F.. assignor.) 

Bettschen, Joseph. (See Seebacb and Bettsehen.) 

Betzer, Byron (See Thomas and Betzer.) 

Beucus, Cephas, assignor of two-thirds lo W. and A. Donovan, Waupun, Wis. Spittoon. 

Beuschoten, Howardll. See Shepherd and Beuschoten.) 

Beuthner. Edward W. (See Sweanor, George, assignoi'.) 

Beuttel, Charles, and P. P. Branch, assignors of one-third to H. Newburgh, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Button-hole sewing-machine 

Bevans. Alexander L.. Flushing. X. Y. Motor for sewing-machines, &c 

Bevard, Joseph, Wooster, Ohio. Gig-saddle 

Beverlv, George, Providence, R. I. Blind-stop 

Bevin Brotbi is Manufacturing Company. tSee Nichols. William H., assignor.) 

Bevington, James II.. Cleveland, Ohio Railway-torpedo 

Bevis, Issacher L . assignor of one-half to L. J. Crecelius. St. Louis, Mo. Weighing-scoop 

Bewley, Levi X.. and R. L. Mack. Welleborough, Pa. ; said Bewley assignor to'saicVMaek. 
Wagon-seat iron 

Bewley, Thomas J. (See Estick. Stephen, assignor.) 

Beyeriiaus Hermann, et al. (See Brandl. Uot'.hard, assignor. 
ich. Richard W. et al. See Eldridge, Stuart, assignor.) 

Bibb. William C, Sr., Atlanta. Ga. Seed-planter 

Bibliens, Henry E. (See Jones, .llozekiah D.. assignor.) 

Bickel, Jacob NT., Terre Haute, Ind. Horse-collar 

bonpt, Adam and G.. New York, X. Y. Skylight 

Bickelhonpt, Adam and G., New York, X. Y. Skylight 

BickeVhoupt, George. See Bickelhonpt Adam and G.) 

Bickford, 11. (See Piper, J. Frederic, assignor.) 

Bickford Homer (See Cunningham and Bickford.) 

ird & Huffman. (Sec Cunningham and Bickford, assignors.) 
ft, William A., Brant ford. Ontario, Canada. Force pump 

Bickle, Ilenrv J., ami -1. E Bridges. Duugannon. Ontario. Canada. Harness-saddle 

Bickley, JohnH.. Dover. X. .1. Rolling-mill 

Bickley, Samuel AT.. Mexico. Mo. Self opening and closing hatch-door of elevator-shafts . 
lore, Albion P., assignor of one-half to E. B. Pendleton, Hyde Park, Mass. Self-lev- 
eling berth 

Bicknell. J Edward, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for the manufacture of gas 

ill, William A. I .. Riverdale, X. Y. Air-compressor 

Bidelman, Robert M. Sec Barv and Bidelman.) 

Bidwi : 1. Charles H.. Albion. X. Y. Elevator 

Bidwell, John C Pittsburg. Pa. Method of and furnace for burning green bagasse 

Biedinger, Cbarles G.. Cincinnati. Ohio. Bottle-wrapper 

Biele, Charles F.. New York. X. Y. Molding 

Bienhoff, Henry, SI Paul, Minn. Corner-plate for wagon-boxes 

Bier. Danthus P.. and H. E. Rolph, assignors of one-third to H. M. Burchard. Marshall 
Minn. Snow-excavator ; 

Bierbach, Albert <i. (See Bierbach, Charles F.. assignor.) 

Bierbach, Albeit G . Milwaukee, Wis. Feather-renovator 

Bierbach, Chai lea F.. assisnor to A. G. Bierbach, Milwaukee, Wis. Fire-escape 

Bierbach, Charles F.. assignor to A. G. Bierbach, Milwaukee, Wis. Fire-escape 

Bierce. Frank, Chicago. 111. Grain-conveyer 

Bierds, John T., Brooklyn. X. Y. Machine for boring and grooving 

Biestor, Charles H. R.. et al. (See Freeman, Thomas R., assignor.) 

Bigelow, Charles D.. Brooklyn. N. Y. Apparatus for sizing and amalgamating precious 
metals 

Bigelow, George C. Worcester. Mass. Barbed-wire fence 

Bigelow, Leander L.. Cornville, Me. Pump-piston 

Bigelow, Poultney. 'See De Silvera. Herbert A., assignor.) 

Bigelow, WillianiH., Worth'ngton. Minn Dam for irrigating-ditches 

Bigford, Sylvester C. Toronto. Ontario. Canada. Manufacture of articles of wood 

Bigger, Neil H. (See Smith and Bigger.) 

B ggs, William. Chicago. HI. Cutting-die 

Bignell, Edward. Lincoln. Nebr. Locomotive ash-pan 

Bigney, Robert. Copleston, Ontario, Canada. Car-coupling 

Bigney. Robert, Copleston, Ontario. Canada. Car-coupling 

Bilan. Louis. (See Kroulik and Bilan.) 

Bilan. Louis, assignor of one-fourth to F. J. Horak, Iowa City, Iowa. Corn-planter 

Bi'gram. Hugo. Philadelphia, Pa. Metal-planer 

Bill. Charles H.. assignor to Z. Parmenter. Waltham, Mass. Device for making crayon 
molds 

Bill. Edward L. (See Ewing and Bill.) 

Billimrs. Albert. Bergen Point. N. J Hose-reel 

Billings. Charles H. (See Jones and Billings ) 

Bibings-. Clark E.. Middlesex. Yt. Reversible latch 

Billings, Euseno F.. rt al. (See Cline. John B.. assignor.) 

et al. .'See McCreary and Smith, assignors.) 
. et al. iSee Smith and McCreary, assignors. 
. Cleveland. Ohio. Apparatus tor manufacturing gas 
, assignor to D. A. Daugler, Cleveland, Ohio. Vapor-burning solderiu 




No. 



276.214 Apr. 24 

277. -20-1 ' May 8 

J0.33!) I Juiie 12 

276.658 i May 1 



279,633 June 19 



271,405 
269 958 
274. 2C0 
273,937 



Jan. 30 

Dec. 11 

Mar. 20 

Mar. 13 



Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


a 

p. 
m 


Ml 

P 


"3 
> 


bo 

a 
ft 


1725 

872 

1133 

147 


478 

231 

314 

38 


23 
23 
23 
23 


1546 
17.-1 
2323 
1651 


1274 


354 


23 


2355 


I960 
725 

1307 
900 


566 
205 
360 
246 


23 
25 
23 
23 


394 

1020 
1075 
995 


258 
1711 


70 

496 


23 
23 


877 
350 


11 


3 


23 


1628 



Billings, George H 
Billings, George H 
Billings. George W 
Billings. George W 

fin nace 

Billings, Henry S.. Hornellsville. X". Y. Berth-guard for sleeping-cars 
Billings. Jcssi'i-. Si-e Walters, Joseph, assignor.. < 

Billings. John P.. assignor of one-half to C. White. New York X. Y. Horseshoe 
Billings. John D.. assignor of one-half to C. White. Xew York. X*. Y. Horseshoe 

Billings. Joseph D.. Salem, Mass. Hand-car 

Billings. Leander S.. Sonth Paris. Me. Former 

Billingshy. Samuel W.. Woodherry. Md. Door-latch 

Bilhngton B C.etal. (See Dunn. William J., assignor! 

Billingtou. Thomas E.. Des Moines. Iowa. Railway-rail joint and lock 




275.349 
276.342 



Apr. 10 
Apr. 24 



633 
1899 



284,169 Sept. 4 13 



24 ; 906 



28 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Birch, John S. 
Birch, John S, 
Birch, John S. 
Birch, John S. 
Birch, John S. 



New York, ST. T. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 



Billoud, Antoine M. (See Lamberet and Billoud.) 

Bills, Seth H., Mount Morris, N. Y. Fire-escape 

Billups, James, Milton, W. Va. Car-coupling 

Bilz, John A., Pleasanton, Cal. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Bingaman, Mollie E., New York, N. Y. Producing transferable embroidery patterns 

Bingaman, Samuel H., Laurelton, assignor of three-fourths to A. H. Dill, Lewisburg, Pa. 

Fire-escape 

Bingham, Albert D., Nashua, N. H. Watch-movement box 

Bingham, Jndson D. (See Hodman and Bingham.) 

Bingham, Robert 0. , Sidney, Ohio. Horso hay-rake 

Binkley, Leonidas H. , and T. H. "Wright, Iroiiton, Ohio. Blotter 

Binney, Lydia P. (See Jenks, Lemuel P., assignor.) 

Binnie, Alexander, Maori Hill, near Dunedin, assignor to E. W. and J. W. TJ'ren, Dunedin, 

New Zealand. Apparatus for the manufacture of gas 

Binns, Eobcrt, South Windman, Conn. Buffing-wheel 

Binsse, Henry, New York, N. Y. Screw-jack 

Bioren, Frederick F. and J. C, Newark, N. J. Street-sweeper 

Bioren, James C. (See Bioren, Frederick F. and J. C.) 

Bippus, Ferdinand G., assignor to G. Delker and Delker Phaeton Company, Henderson, 

Ky. Side-bar vehicle 

Birch, John. (See Kitty and Birch.) 

Birch, John, assignor of one-half to J. E. Johnston & Son, Dayton, Ohio. Coupling for 

shafts, &c - 

Birch, John E. , Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Traction-engine 

Birch, John P. (See Green and Birch.) 

Birch, John P., Philadelphia, Pa. Mechanical movement ._ 

Spectacle-cleaner ,[_ 

Pencil or crayon holder 

Extension gun-wiper 

Construction of vessels 

New York, assignor of one-third to C. C. Cummings, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Watch-key and holding-tool 

Birch, John S., Now York, assignor of one-third to C. C Cummings, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Watch-key 

Birch, William A., San Francisco, Cal. Flower-pot holder and shield 

Birchard. Pliny T. (See Lawrence, Mortimer D , assignor.) 
Birchor, Joseph. i t al. (See Wood, Edwin A, assignor.) 

Bird, Bernard, Buffalo. N. Y. Car-coupling 

Bird, Francis L., Elizabeth, N. J. Composition for dry-stamping, &c 

Bird, George M., Boston, Mass. Blacksmith's tongs 

Bird, George M., Boston, Mass. Fire-escape 

Bird, Michael J. , East Saginaw, Mich. Blind 

Bird, Samuel. (See Pember and Bird.) 

Bird. Samuel, and S. Pember, Walpole, Mass. Carpet-lining 

Birdlebougk, Lucian, Taylor, N. Y. Folding manger .■ 

Birdsell, J. Benjamin, South Bend, Ind. Grain-separator 

Birdsell, J. Benjamin, South Bend, Ind. Carriage-iron ... 

Birdseye & Co., I. W. (See Doolittlo and Sbcrwood, assignors.) 
Birdseye, I. W. (See Bray, Morris P., assignor.) 

Birdsong, John J., Medina, Tenn. Combined seed-planter and cultivator 

Birge, George K. , Buffalo, N. Y. Manufacture of wail-paper 

Birkenhead, John, Mansfield, Mass. Lathe 

Birkenhead, John, Mansfield, assignorto Sawyer Spindle Company, Boston, Mass. Spindle- 
bearing for spinning-machines. (Reissue) • 

Birkery,. Cornelius, and H. S. Lord, assignors to Hartford Sanitary Plumbing Company, 

Hartford. Conn. Water-closet valve 

Birkett, James W. , Brooklyn, N. Y. Aivtomai ic fire-extinguisher 

Birmingham, David W., Clifton, N. Y. Roasting and disintegrating gold and silver ores.. 
Birmingham, David W., Clifton, N. Y. Boasting and disintegrating gold and silver ores. 

(Reissue) - .' 

Birmingham, Frank, Hornollsville, N. Y. Door-hanger 

Birnbaum, Georgo J. (See Birnbaum and Richmond, assignors.) 

Birnbaum, John, and J. T. Richmond, assignors of one-tuird to G. J. Birnbaum, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Track-cleaner 

Birney, A. A. (See Peyton, Cunningham E., assignor.) 

Bisbee, WisnerB., and G. D. Dudley; said Dudley assignor to F. Taylor, Lowell, Mass. 

Twine-holder 

Bishop & Babcock. (See Babcock, William A., assignor.) 

Bishop, Charles C, Nashville, Tenn. Vehicle-spring 

Bishop, George P., Nowhuryport, Mass. Hame-fastener 

Bishop, Henry, Baltimore, Md. Sunshade for bird-cages 

Bishop, Ira, Be nicia, Cal. Elevating and carrying apparatus 

Bishop, James M., assignor of one-fifth to Thomson, Langdon & Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Corset-press - 

Bishop, John W., New Haven, Conn. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Bishop, John W., Now Haven, Conn. Fire-extinguisher 

Bishop, Richard T., assignor of one-half to T. Hunt, St. Louis, Mo. Fender for railway- 



Bishop, Walter S. , New Haven, Conn. Polishing-wheel 

Bisbop, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Waler-rloset 

Bishop, William J., Philadelphia, Pa. Folding tripod support or stand 

Bishop, William R., and R. W. Eames, Columbus, Colo. Elevated endless single-track 

railwav 

Bishop, William W., et al. (See Ollis. John W., assignor.) 

Bishop, William W., Virginia, 111. Harness-loop 

Bishopries. Nicholas J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic measure for furs and other materials. 
Bissell, Albert A., assignor of one-half to E. R. Knowlton, Joliet, 111. Signal-light for rail- 



Bissell, Albert A.. Joliet, 111., assignor of one-half to E. R. Knowlton. Revolving car-signal. 
Bissoll Carpet Sweeper Company. (See Bissell, Melville R., assignor.) 

Bissell, Hiram, Hartford, Conn. Plastering 

Bissoll, Melville R., Grand Rapids, Mich. Carpet-sweeper 

Bissell, Melville R., assignor to Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Carpet-sweeper 



278,858 
270,374 
273,804 
277,065 

281,235 
280,121 



June 5 
Jan. 9 

Mar. 13 
May 15 

July 17 
June 26 



287,613 Oct. 30 
289,608 Dec. 4 



282,695 
274,456 
283,851 
280,008 



281,962 



281,436 
288,763 

273,015 
270,885 
270,6f;9 
276,660 
277,443 

282,605 

282,600 
286,993 



273.339 
288,199 
281.437 
290.313 
285,104 

286,765 
288,917 
278,082 
279,527 



272,632 
278,212 
272,849 

10,288 

272,196 
280,009 
283,461 

10,400 
289,961 



287,411 



282,696 

274,880 
272,021 
290,838 
285,873 

284,533 
276,343 
283,196 

276,999 
285,559 
289,210 
284,269 

288,400 

283,559 
273,340 

278,213 
285,380 

288,200 
272,022 



Aug. 7 
Mar. 27 
Aug. 28 
June 26 



July 24 



July 17 
Nov. 20 

Feb. 27 

Jan. 23 

May 1 

May 1 

May 15 

Aug. 7 

Aug. 7 
Oct. 23 



Mar. 6 
Nov. 13 
July 17 
Dec. 18 
Sept. 18 

Oct. 10 
Nov. 20 
May 22 
June 19 



Feb. 20 
May £■> 
Feb. 27 

Feb. 20 

Feb. 13 
June 26 
Aug. 21 

Nov. 6 
Dec. 11 



Oct. 30 



Aug. 7 

Mar. 27 
Feb. 13 
Dec. 25 
Oct. 2 

Sept. 4 
Apr. 24 
Aug. 14 

May 8 
Sept. 25 
Nov. 27 
Sept. 4 

Nov. 13 

Aug. 21 
Mar. 6 

Mav 22 

Sept. 25 

Nov. 13 
Feb. 13 



285,000 I Sept. 18 



254 

658 

730 

1418 

1121 
1855 

2342 
294 



264 
1568 
1670 
1723 



2051 



1367 
1232 

1815 

1309 

148 

149 

1155 

158 

159 
1535 



128 
509 
1368 
1170 
1168 

1241 
1412 

1908 
1155 



132-1 
2081 
161& 



73,74 
193 

19ri 



309 
523 



632 
82, 83 



76 
429 
471 
463 



5C2 



377 
337 

508 

378 

33 

38 

310 

48 

48 
423 



36 



377 
327 
327 

336 
389 
522 
320 



371 
573 
452 



1605 


4-19 


757 
1725 
1203 


203 
4C3 


496 

728 


205 


2066 


561 


266 


77 


2099 
545 

1867 
115 


583 

147 

516 

34 


456 
1900 
864 


129 
527 
242 


611 

1707 
1773 
138 


160 

481 

492 

39 


780 


211 


1318 
129 


368 
36,37 


2083 
1497 


574 
421 


510 
546 


141 

148 


1043 


292 



23 
23 
23 
23 

24 
23 

25 

25 



2166 
138 

968 
1881 

211 
2463 

454 
939 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 



29 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bissell, Simeon, et al. (See Taylor. William, assignor.) 

Bisscll, Simeon, Pittsburg, Pa., assignor to T. Bakowell, trustee. Metallurgical furnaco . 

Bisset, John G. (Sec Edward and Bisset.) 

Bissett, Thomas M., et al. (See Palmer, George H., assignor.) 

Bissicks, Joseph J. (See Coates and Bissicks.) 

Bisson, Ernest. Paris, Prance. Mariner's compass 

Bitner, Abraham, Lancaster, Pa. Dust-proof watch 

Bittenbendcr. Eli, and M. L. Snyder, assignors of one-fourth to F. T. and G. H. Bittenben- 

der. Plymouth, Pa. Coal-di illing machine 

Bittenbendcr, Frederick T., et al. (See Bittenbender and Snyder, assignors.) 
Bittenbendcr, George H.. et al. (See Bittenbender and Snyder, assignors.) 

Bittenbender, John K., Bloomsbuig, Pa. Inking apparatus 

Bitting. Mahlon B. (See Weirbaeli and Bitting.) 

Bitzi-r, Samuel B., rt a!. (See Shallus, WilliainW., assignor.) 

Bixbv, Arthur, assignor to International Fire Escape Company, Baltimore, Md. Fire-escape 

Bixbv, H. II. (See McCollnm, James C, assignor.) 

Bixbv Samuel M., Now York, N. Y. Bottle , 

Bixbv, Samuel M., New York, N. Y. Handled paper vessel 

Bizler, Henry, Kinnikiunik. Ohio. Sausage-stuffer 

Bize, Daniel P.., Columbus, Ga. Trace-carrier 

Black. Alexander G. (See Murray, Maui ice M., assignor.) 

Black, Avetus E., and R. English, Marlette, Micb. Safety-plate for railway-switches 

Black .t Clawson Company. (See Kaffenberger, Gustav, assignor.) 

Black, David F., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to himself and T. Foldherg, Princeton, N. J. 

Fire-escape 

Black, Frank X., et al. (See See, James W., assignor.) 
Black. G. S., et al. (See Atkinson, Henry C, assignor.) 
Black. Horace S. (See Glidden, Greenlicf, assignor.) 
Black. Jodie, et al. (Sco Atkinson, Henry C, assignor.) 
Black, Richard W. (See Lancaster, Bradford F., assignor.) 

Black, Stephen S., Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Bailway-car seat 

Black, William. South Shields, and T. Larkin, East Jarrow, county of Durham, England. 

Ore-roasting furnace 

Black. William L., St. Louis, Mo. Cotton-harvesting machine 

Black. William L., St. Louis, Mo. Fire-proof building 

Black. William P.. et al. (See Gowan, James H., assignor.) 

Black all. Burton F., and J. C. Decker. Rochester, N. Y. Pole for galvanic batteries 

Blackall, Robert C, Albany, N. Y. Relief-valve for locomotive engines 

Blackburn, Frederick, Palmyra, assignor to F. H. Hovey, Beverly, N. J. Straw-braid-sew- 

ing machine 

Blackburn. George, assignor to Standard Boiler and Smoke Consuming Furnace Company, 

Columbus. Ohio. Smoke-consuming furnace 

Blackball, Edward W, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ruling-machine 

Blackball. AYilliam B.. Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Removable book-cover 

Blackham, Eli J., Bridgeport, assignor to Benedict & Burnham Manufacturing Company, 

Watcrbury, Conn. Drawer-pull 

Blackman. Alanson A., E., and H., Snohomish, Wash. Ter. Locomotive 

Blackman, Elhanan. (See Blackman. Alanson A., E., and H.) 

Blackman, Henry. (See Parker and Blackman.) 

Blackman. Hyrcanns. (See Blnclcman, Alanson A., E., andH.) 

Blackman, James M., Chicago. Ill Ventilator 

Blackman, Jared C, assignor of o^e-half to E. L. Strong, Danbury, Conn. Medical com- 

>ound 



No. 



Blackman, William I., Columbus, Miss. Book-binding 

Blackmer. Walter M., assignor of one-half to O. F. Comstock, Detroit, Mich. Filter 

Blackstock. Thomas M, Sheboygan, Wis. Fastening device for chairs 

Blackwell, Richard C. (See Hughes and Blackwell.) 

Blackwell, Richard C, assignor of one-third to W. H. Lewis, Henderson, Ky. Running- 
gear for wagons 

Blackwell, Richard C, assignor of one-fourth to W. H. Lewis, Henderson, Ky. Wagon 
running -gear 

Blackwood! John. (See Ganss, Jacob, assignor.) 

Blackwood, William, Jr.. Detroit, Mich. Wash-stand 

Blade. John M. . Alpha, HI. Cultivator 

Blain. David, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Dredge and mining machine 

Blair. George W. (-'ee Fougeres and Blair.) 

Blair. George W., Wabash. Ind. Shaft -support 

Blair. George W., and J. Willetts. Pittsburg, Pa. Glass-melting furnace 

Blair. James C, assignor of two-thirds to 6. A. Nicklaus, Columbus, and A. D. Houston, 
Logan. Ohio. Frictional hinge for mirrors. &c 

Blair, John J., Tocoma, Wash. Ter. Rotary engine 

Blair. John M.. Cincinnati. Ohio. Metallic pallet for brick 

Blair. William S.. Philadelphia. Pa. Yulcanizer safety-guard and governor 

Blake, Andrew M.. Canton. Ohio. Snap-hook 

Blake, C E. iSee Blake, Harrv. assignor.) 

Blake, Charles R.. Frankfort, Iud. Watch-regulator 

Blake, Clarence J., trustee. (See Richardson, William S., assignor.) 

Blake. David K. (Soe Smith and Blake.) 

Blake. Francis, Weston. Mass. Switch-board for electric circuits 

Blake. Francis. Jr.. Weston. Mass. Speaking-telephone 

Blake, George F., Belmont, Mass. Check-valve 

Blake, George F.. Belmont. Mass. Steam pumping-engine 



Blake, George F., Belmont, Mass. Duplex pumping-engine 

George F., Belmont, Mass. Pump 

George W., Port Townsend, Wash. Ter. Buckle 

Harry, assignor to himself and C. E. Blake. Chicago, HI. Motive power 

Henry, Pepperell, Mass., assignor of one-half to J. A. Greene, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
fastener . 



Blake. 
Blake, 
Blake. 
Blake, 
Belt 
Blake. 
Blake, 
Blake, 
Blake, 
Blake. 



John E.. and C. A. Hall, New York. N. Y. Electrical low-water alarm. 

John F. , New York, N. Y. Apparatus for exhibiting illusions 

John H., Batavia, N. Y. Rotary engine 

Joseph E. (See Thompson, George H., assignor.) 

Mead, Compton, Quebec, Canada. Roofing-paint 



286,110 



289,209 
273,938 

273,443 



270,886 

290,961 

273,444 
280,010 
283,852 
2o9,211 

276,554 
275,121 



278,859 
276,661 
278,491 

274.899 
283,749 

279,855 

277.978 
273.016 
283,853 

275.326 
272,633 



273,805 

276,153 
286,254 
2^1,336 
272,406 



290,170 

290,171 

275,122 
288,764 
276,215 

279,076 
283,462 

290,839 
281,004 
279.528 
286,766 
280,283 

285,959 



276,216 
283,062 
270,573 
270,574 

270,575 

271,775 
272.197 
283,063 

282.258 
286,581 
273,445 
273,446 



Date. 



Oct. 



Nov. 27 
Mar. 13 

Mar. 6 



Jan. 23 

Dec. 25 

Mar. 6 
June 26 
Aug. 28 
Nov. 27 

May 1 
Apr. 3 



Monthly 
volume. 



406 



1772 
901 



260 



1310 



2023 

262 
1726 
1671 
1776 

11 



318 



Nov. 


6 


June 
May 
May- 


5 
1 

29 


Apr. 
Aug. 


3 

28 


Juno 19 


May 
Feb. 
Aug. 


22 

27 
28 


Apr. 
Feb. 


3 
20 


Mar. 


13 


Apr. 
Oct. 
July 
Feb. 


24 

9 

17 

20 


Dec. 


11 


Dec. 


11 


Apr. 
Nov. 
Apr. 


3 

£0 
24 


June 
Aug. 


5 
21 


Dec. 25 
July 10 
June 19 
Oct. 16 
June 26 


Oct. 


2 


Apr. 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Jan. 


24 
14 
16 
16 


Jan. 


16 


Feb. 
Feb. 
Aug. 



13 
14- 


July 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Oct. 


31 

16 

6 

6 

9 



111 



491 
246 



70 



378 



558 

71 
484 
472 
492 



88,89 



Official 
Gazette. 



25 



25 
23 



23 



23 



25 

23 
23 
24 
25 

23 



269 


76 


256 
150 

2462 


74 

38,39 

671 


10 
1555 


3 

438 


1531 


428 


1786 
1816 
1672 


487 
509 
472 


566 
1326 


154 
372 


731 


198 


1654 

583 

1246 

1038 


160 
345 
291 


979 


276 


980 


277 


321 
1233 
1726 


89 
338 

478 


568 
1204 


156 
338 


18C8 
820 
1156 
1242 
2046 


516 
228 
320 
336 
575 


230 


05 


1728 
704 
921 
922 

923 

227 
758 
704 


478 

197 

265 

266 

(266 

1267 

63 

209 

197 


2433 
1005 
264 
265 


669 

271 

71 

71 


584 





25 

23 
23 
23 

23 
24 

23 

23 
23 

21 

23 
23 



30 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, anil invention. 



No. 



Blanchard. Virgil "W., New York, N. Y. 
Blanchard, Virgil W., New York, N. Y. 
Blanchard, Virsil W., New York, N. Y. 
Blanchard, Virgil W., New York, N. Y. 

Blanchard, "William H., Gainesville, Ga. Machine for filing cotton-gin and linter saws . . . 

Bland, James. (See Champlin and Bland.) 

Blandin, Charles, La Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe, West Indies. Apparatus for coagulating 
the albuminous matter contained in susar-eane 

Blandy, Fred. J. L. (See Haehulen, William, assignor.) 

Blank, Hugo, Berlin, Germany. Fly-wheel 

Blankman, .John S., Denver, Colo. File-holder or temporary hinder 

Blanshan, John, Le Fever Falls, N. Y. Clock-escapement 

Blascow, David H., and S. Fichtner, Milwaukee, Wis. Hammock 

Blasier. David J., Westonville, N. Y. Feathering paddle-wheel 

Blass, Talmadge, assignor to W. Angevine and G. S. Frink, Millerton, N. Y Injection- 
regulator for steam-condensers 

Blass, Talmadge, assignor to W. Angevine and G. S. Frink, Millerton, N. Y. Suction-con- 
denser for steam-pumps 

Blatch, Thomas G. (See Clark and Blatch.) 

Blatchley, Albert B (See Blatchley, Albert P., assignor.) 

Blatchley, Albert C, administrator. (See Blatchley, Albert P.) 

Blatchley, Albert P.. deceased ; A. C. Blatchley administrator and assignor to A. B. Blatch- 
ley, Deposite, N. Y. Steam-boiler 

Blatchly, Ambrose, San Francisco, Cal. Sewer-gas trap 

Blaylock, John, Winona, Miss. Plow '. 

Bleakley, William I. (See Morris, George M., assignor.) 

Bledsoe, Robert B., Alvarado, Tex. Quilting-frame 

Quilting-frame 

Pump-valve 

Valve 

Combined check-valve, stop-cock, and bio w-off valve .. 

Drain and returning steam trap 

Straight-way check-valve .' 

Check-valve 



Pump-regulator 

Steam-pump 

Check- valve 

Friction-clutch 

Steam-heating apparatus . 



Bledsoe, Robert B., Alvarado, Tex. 
Blessing, James H., Albany, N. Y. 
Blessing, James H., Albany, N. Y. 
Blessing, James H., Albany, N. Y. 
Blessing, James H., Albany, N. Y. 
Blessing, James H., Albany, N. Y. 
Blessing, James H., Albany, N. Y. 

Blessing, James H., Albany, N. Y. 

Blessing. James H., Albany, N. Y. 
Blessing, James H., Albany, N. Y. 
Blessing, James H., Albany, N. Y. 
Blessing, James H., Albany, N. Y. 

Blevney, John C, Newark, N. J. Machine for manufacturing type 

Blishton, D. Franklin. (See Blighton, William V. R. and D. F.) 

Blighton, D. Franklin, Buffalo, N. Y. Track-bolt lock 

Blishton, D. Franklin, Tonawanda, N. Y. Locking device for holts 

Blighton, D. Franklin, Buffalo, N. Y. Track-bolt lock 

Blighton, William V. R., Tonawanda, N. Y. Nut-lock 

Blighton, William V. R. and D. F., Tonawanda, N Y. Nut and lock for the same 

Blinn, Joseph S., New Haven, Conn. Needle for fancy work 

Bliss, Abel H. (See Trippe, Sylvanus L., assignor ) 

Bliss, AbelH., assignor of one-half to S. L. Tripp, Chicago, 111. Amalgamator 

Bliss, Eliphalet W. (See Jordan, Edmund, assignor.) 

Bliss, Ellis B., Washington, D. C. Dental spittoon 

Bliss, Francis D., New Haven, Conn. Axle-box 

Bliss, James F. (See Ross and Bliss.) 

Bliss, William H., Norwich, Conn. Safety-lock for fire-arms 

Bliven, AlonzoP., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American Quick Transit Steamship Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Screw-propeller 

Bliven, Alonzo P.. Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American Quick Transit Steamship Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Construction of ships 

Bliven, Charles F., Worcester, Mass. Dental plugger 

Blitz, Rudolf, Paris, France. Manufacture of paper, &c - 

Block. Baruch, assignor to P. Garcet & Nisius, Paris, France. Device for aiding swimmers 



Blake, Robert. (See Davis and Blake.) 

Blake. S. P., et al. (See Carter, Alba B., assignor.) 

Blake, Theodore A., New Haven, Conn. Feed mechanism for ore-crushers 

Blakely, Caleb J., et al. (See Angell. Russell R., assignor.) 

Blakely. Caleb J., assignor of two-thirds to L. N. Williamson and W. S. Webber, Janes- 

ville, Wis. Boot and shoe burnishing machine 

Blakeman, John D., Smith's Grove, Ky. Trace-detacher 

Blaker, John D. , Newtown, Pa. Ax-handle 

Blakeslee, Albert J., Duo.uoin, HI. Valve-gear for steam pumping-engines 

Blakeslee, Burton E., assignor to R. H. Blakeslee, J. H. Shepherd, and S. T. Richardson, 

Cambridge, Md. Headway and leeway indicator for vessels 

Blakeslee, Charles, et al. (See Frost, Howard B., assignor.) 
Blakeslee, Cornelius, et al. (See Ives, Edward R., assignor.) 
Blakeslee, Harvey D., et al. (See Latta, Emmit G., assignor.) 
Blakeslee, Rebecca H., et al. (See Blakeslee, Burton E., assignor.) 
Blakesley, Gilbert H. (See Lewis and Blakesley.) 
Blakesly^ Lucius W., et al. (See Chandler and AVilliams, assignors.) 
Blalock, David. (See Greening, Winfield S., assignor.) 

Blanchard, Charles H., Batavia, Ohio. Automatic fan 

Blanchard, Frank A., Cotue. La. Sulky sod-cutter 

BlanchaTd, George A., Maiden, Mass. Skirt-protector 

Blanchard, George R., et al. (See Frishmuth, William, assignor.) 

Blanchard, Helen A., Philadelphia, Pa. Spool-case 

Blanchard, Henry S.. Cairo, HI. Quadricycle for land and water 

Blanchard, Kirk S., Clarendon, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Blanchard, Thomas. (See Cunningham, John M., assignor.) 

Blanchard, Thomas. Stoughton, Mass. Speed-indicator 

Blanchard, Virgil W., New York, N. Y. Portable building 

Steam-boiler 

Furnace 

Superheater for steam-boilers 

Air-heater for furnaces 



277,666 



270,729 
286,767 
271,303 
270,576 

290,840 



271.211 
274,706 
275,014 

276.344 
277,667 
285,789 

282.487 
271.776 
289,962 
289.963 
289,964 
290,172 

280,900 



287,902 

284,369 
284,534 
283,957 
277,829 
276,662 

289,609 

289,748 



289,610 
276,217 
280,122 

281,605 
281,826 
272,198 
272.634 
272,635 
278.390 
281,438 
281,439 

282,042 

283.064 

290.314 

290.517 
290,662 

290,628 

278,678 
287,795 
289,379 
287,796 
275,570 
279,693 

279,319 

274,105 

288,299 

283,854 
271,212 

271.213 

279,908 
289,212 
281,005 



Date. 



May 15 



Jan. 16 

Oct. 16 

Jan. 30 

Jan. 16 

Dec. 25 



Jan. 30 

Mar. 27 

Apr. 3 

Apr. 24 

Mav 15 

Oct. 2 

Aug. 7 

Feb. 6 

Dec. 11 

Dec. 11 

Dec. 11 

Dec. 11 

July ,10 



Nov. 6 

Sept. 4 

Sept. 4 

Aug. 28 

May 15 

May 1 

Dec. 4 

Dec. 4 



Dec. 4 
Apr. 24 
June 26 

July 17 

July 24 

Feb. 13 

Feb. 20 

Feb. 20 

Mav 29 

July 17 

July 17 

July 31 

Aug. 14 
Dec. 18 
Dec. 18 
Dec. 25 

Dec. 18 

June 5 
Nov. 6 
Dec. 4 
Nov. 6 
Apr. 10 
June 19 

June 12 



Mar. 20 
Nov. 13 

Aug. 28 

Jan. 30 

Jan. 30 
June 26 
Nov. 27 
July 10 



Monthly I Official 
volume. Gazette. 



1419 


383 


1121 


321 


1243 


336 


1823 


529 


924 


267 


1868 


516 


1712 


496 


1888 


526 


171 


46 


1901 


527 


1420 


383 


11 


3 


9 


3 


228 


64.65 


729 


206 


732 


207 


735 


208 


981 


277 


691 


f 194 
J 195 


141 


41 


255 


70' 


459 


130 


1801 


510 


1605 


438 


152 


39 


296 


83 


474 


134 


297 


83 


1729 


C478 
J479 


1857 


523 


1581 


433 


1882 


514 


760 


209 


1327 


372 


1329 


373 


2337 


639 


1369 


378 


1370 


378 


2145 


(588 
\ 589 


705 


198 


1171 


328 


1452 


401 


1639 


451 


1592 


(437 
J438 


4 


1 


9 


3 


10 


4 


10 


3 


920 


249 


1345 


374 


876 


244 


1107 


(305 
\ 306 


631 


173 


1673 


472 


1713 


496 


1714 


496 


1599 


448 


1776 




822 


229 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



31 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bloch. Herman, Xew York, X. T. Combined cigarette and match box 

Blochman, Emanuel, and G. R. Evans, San Francisco, Cal. Atmospheric bed. 
Blochman, Emanuel, and G. R. Evans, San Francisco, Cal. Bed or pillow 



Block, David. (See Rundback, Joseph, assignor.) 
Block. David. New York. X. T. Knife-box 



Block. David. New York, If. Y. Ear for tin pails 

Block, Joe, et al. (See Rice, Joel F., assignor.) 

Block. Louis, Jersey City, X. J. Apparatus for superheating steam 

Blodgett, Aaron D.", Boston, R. M. Read, Cambridge, and J. P. Tirrell, Boston, Mass.? 
Electric signal for railway-stations S 

Blodgett, Gardner S., assignor of one-half to E. P. Manor, Burlington, Yt. Oven for cook- 
ing! baking, or drying 

Blodgett, George W., Boston, and G. R. Hardy, Newton, Mass. Railway-signal 

Blodgett, Henry L., Chicago, 111. Sash-fastener 



Blodgett, John W., Chicago, 111. Button-hole attachment for sewing-machines 

Bloedon, Louis. Bay City, Mich. Bed-bottom fire-escape 

Blohm, Ludwig, Chicago, HI. Mold for forming ornamental moldings 

Blomquist. Carl A., and T. Buskirk, assignors of one-third to A. "W. Machen, Toledo, Ohio. 



Wrench 



Blood, Edwin J., Chicago, 111. Hanie tug and trace adjuster 

Blood. Edwin J., Chicago, 111. Elastic cushion for cutter-bars 

Blood, Edwin J., Chicaso, 111. Elastic cushion for cutter-bars 

Blood, Edwin J., assignor of one-third to W. H. Stubbings, Chicago, HI. Reaping and mow- 
ing machine 

Blood. Frederick "W., Liverpool, county of Lancaster, England. Box-nailing machine 



Blood, Hiram, assignor to himself and L. H. Dale, East Cambridge, Mass. Link-box for 
steam-engines 

Blood. Maurice E. (See Marsh and Blood.) 

Blood. Maurice E., assignor to himself, C. TV. and W. W. Marsh, Sycamore, 111. Grain-i 
binding harvester < 

Blood. Maurice E., assignor to himself, C. W. and TV. TV. Marsh, Sycamore, HI. Cord-ty-i 
ing device for grain-binders < 



Blond. Maurice E., assignor to himself, C. TV. and TV. TV. Marsh. Sycamore, HI. Grain- 
adjusting device for harvesters 

Bloom, David. Sandwich. HI., assignor to M. J. S. Marshall, Boston, and S. G. Lane, Cam- 
bridge. Mass. Mail-bag 

Bloom? Jacob E. (See Tvoeber. Amos, assignor.) 

Bloom. John P. (See Porter, Bloom, and Aspin.) 

Bloomrii'ld, Ellis S.. Jr., JerseyCity, X. J., assignor of one-sixtli to Starr Brothers Bell Com- 
pany. East Hampton. Conn. Door-bell 

Bloomfield, Joseph H., Rio, and M. TV. Boone, Galesburg, 111. ; said Boone assignor to said? 
Bloom field. Railway-rail joint $ 

Bloss. Robert. (See Holmgrcen, Julius H., assignor.) 

Blossom, Cyrus H.. Algona, Iowa. Cream-can 

Blount. Eugene I. (Sec Blount. William C. and E. I.) 

Blount, Eugene L, Cambridge. Mass. Pneumatic door-check 

Blount. William C, Boston, and E. I. Blount. Cambridgeport, Mass. Lock 

Blow. Walter W.. Oakland. Cal. Watch-bolder : 

Blowers. Azor, Cambridge. Mieb. Bolt-cutter 

Blowers. George O.. Cauajoharie, X. Y. Paper bag 

Blowers. George ().. Cauajoharie, X. Y. Making paper bags 

Blue. I>ei)iiis S.. Fremont. Ohio. Whifflctre'-hook 

Blue. Dennis S., assignor of one-half to F. Fabing, Fremont, Ohio. Hose-coupling 

Blum. Robert. (Sec Mantz and Blum.) 

Blunie. Herman, Xew York. X. Y. Velocipede 

Blumcnberg, Israel R.. Washington, D. C. Indestructible compound for lining and coat- 
ing tubes, cylinders, and other vessels, electric wires, also for joint-packing, taking im- 
pressions, making castings, molds, and ornaments, and ornamental work 

Blumenberg. Israel R., Washington. D. C, and H. W. Whiting, assignors to Hydrocarbon 
Burner and Fuel Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Hydrocarbon-vapor generator and burner. 

Blumenberg. Israel R.. and H. W. Whiting, Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to Hydro-Carbon 
Burner and Fuel Company, of Xew Jersey. Hydrocarbon- vapor generator and dianton 
burner 



Blumenberg, Israel R., deceased; W. Blumenberg administratrix and assignor to F. H. 

Smith, Washington, D. C. Vapor generator and motor 

Blumenberg, Israel R., deceased: W. Blumenberg administratrix and assignor to F. H.( 

Smith, Washington, D. C. Vapor generator and motor 5 

Blumenberg, Israel R.. deceased: W. Blumenberg administratrix and assignor to F. H. 

Smith. Washington. D. C. Vapor generator and motor 

Blumenberg. Israel R., deceased; W. Blumenberg administratrix and assignor to F. H. 

Smith, Washington, D. C. Vapor-engine packing and lubricating device 

Blumenberg, Wilhelmina. administratrix. (See Blumenberg, Israel R.) 

Blunt, William S.. Xew York, X. Y. Automatic tornado-breaker 

Blust, Charles. Mansfield. Ohio. Washing-machine 



Blydenbuxgh. Charles M., Riverhead, X. Y. Spring-vehicle . 

Blydeuburgh, Charles M., Riverhead, X. Y. Carriage-pole .. 

Blydeuburgh, Charles M., Riverhead, X. Y. Vehicle 

Blythe, James M. (See Wren. William A., assignor.) 
Bocemsdes. George W. (See Grilley. Thomas M., assignor.) 
Boch, Pbilipp, Xew York. X. Y. Magazine-gun 

Boch Pbilipp, Xew York, X. Y. Magazine fire-arm 



Xo. 



283.065 
272.116 
277,979 

283.066 
285,105 

275,571 
284,114 

288,201 
284,716 
277,980 

279,320 

284,802 
283,560 

284,598 
276,555 
280,901 
280,902 

273,341 

272,199 



278,766 
275,751 

278,083 

278,492 
282,152 



289,804 
282,259 

283,958 

289.380 
273,939 
283,855 
275,015 
286,896 
287,753 
271,777 
290,063 

275,979 



275,123 
275,124 

278,860 

290,962 
290,963 

290,964 

290,965 

290.966 
286,378 

275,572 

287,412 

289,883 

272,636 
287,090 



Date. 



Aug. 14 
Feb. 13 
May 22 

Aug. 14 
Sept. 18 

Apr. 10 
Aug. 28 

Xov. 13 
Sept. 11 
May 22 

June 12 

Sept. 11 
Aug. 21 

Sept. 11 
Mav 1 
July 10 
July 10 

Mar. 6 

Feb. 13 



June 5 
Apr. 10 

May 22 

May 29 
July 31 

Dec. 11 
July 31 

Aug. 28 

Dec. 4 
Mar. 13 
Aug. 28 
Apr. 3 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 30 
Feb. 6 
Dec. 25 

Apr. 17 

Apr. 3 
Apr. 3 

June 5 

Dec. 25 
Dec. 25 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 25 
Oct. 9 

Apr. 10 

Oct. 30 

Dec. 11 

Feb. 20 
Oct. 23 



Boch, Pbilipp, assignor of one-tenth to J. Oster, Xew York, X. Y. Magazine-gun 276,522 Apr. 24 

Bock, George J., Zanesville, Ohio. Pocket-fastening for billiard or pool tables 273.447 Mar. 6 

Bockins. A. R., et al. (See Hunter. George W., assignor.) 

Bodell, Allen W., Canton. Ohio. Cash-carrier 278,767 June 5 



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volume. 



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1169 

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2016 

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691 

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1319 

537 

12 

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694 

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1907 



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2303 



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2434 

1802 

10 
901 

1675 
172 

1406 

2522 
232 

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1433 



322 
323 

257 

2024 
2029 

2034 

2039 

2040 
753 

922 

2067 

641 



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1658 



2120 



198 

182 
487 

198 
327 

249 
(560 
$561 

142 
194 
487 
(244 
)245 
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32 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 

Gazette. 



Bodell, Allen W., Toledo, assignor of one-half to P. P. Bush, Canton, Ohio. Tile and brick 
machine 

Bodenhamer, Levi I., Kemersville, 1ST. C. Plow 

Bodenhamer, Levi I., Kernersville, N. C. Car-coupling 

Bodenhamer, Levi I., Kernersvilie, and W. E. Ashley, Raleigh, N. O.j said Ashley as- 
signor of one-half to said Bodenhamer. Car-coupling 

Bodey, Howard, Norristown , Pa. Check, draft, note, &c 

Bod so, Joseph G., "Waterville, Me. Machine for forming hollow ware from wood pulp 

Bodifleld, Charles T., and J. Arnett, Cleveland, Ohio. Hose-protector 

Bodine, Jacob, Jersey City, N. J. Sewer-trap 

Boecher, Adam, New York, N. Y. Mechanical movement 

Boenl;e, Ernst T. M., New York, N. Y. Necktie-fastener 

Boesch, Emilo, San Francisco, Cal. Tubular lantern 

Boesch, Emile, San Erancisco, Cal. Side and center Jamp and reflector for street-cars 

Boettcher, Emil, Leipsic, Germany. Secondary battery 

Boettcher, Theodor, Mendota, HI.' Sulky . . 

Bogard, John J., assignor of one-half to T. C. Kuhnle, St. Louis, Mo. Packing-box for bot- 



tles, &c . 



Bogardus, Adam H, Elkhart, 111. Flying target 

Bogart, A. Livingston, Jamaica, N. Y. Electric-circuit cut-out 

Bogart, A. Livingston, Jamaica, N. Y. Electric lighting gas-burner :. 

Bogart, A. Livingston, Jamaica, N. Y. Electric-circuit cut-off 

Bogovt, John L., Flushing, N. Y. Device for reciprocating the cutter-heads of planing and 
slotting machines 

Bogert, Mortimer P., assignor to J. B. Oelkers, Newark, N. J. Combining celluloid, &c, 
with woven or knitted fabric, &c 

Boggs, Henry H. (See Carley, Powell, and Boggs.) 

Boggs, John C, Auburn, Cal. Hasp-lock 

Bocia, Matthew O, Philadelphia, Pa. Toy 

Bogle, Walter S., assignor of one-half to W. R. King, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for unload- 
ing coal from vessels 

Bohner, George and J. E., Chicago, HI. Extension-lamp 

Bohner, Joseph E. (See Bohner, George and J. E.) 

Bbhringer, Alexander, Stuttgart, Wurtemberg, Germany. Producing monalcylised hydro- 
bases - - - 

Bohsert, Frederick, New York, N. Y. Surgical chair 

Boice, Reed V., Toledo, Ohio. Machine for making wooden rings 

Boico, Reed V., Toledo. Ohio. Cutter-bead 

Boies, Henry M, Scranton, Pa. Car- wheel 

Boisen, William, Luzerne, Iowa. "Window-frame 

Bokenkotter. John S., Cincinnati. Ohio. Shoe 

Bokop. Henry D., assignor to himself and D. B. Turnbull, Defiance. Ohio. Tire-setter 

Boland, William A. (See Sweet, Parker H, Jr., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Boland, William A. , Lynn, Mass. Button-setting apparatus ; 

Boldon, Joseph. (See Godley and Boldon.) 

Boldt, Friederich W. A., assignor to Boldt & Vogel, Hamburg, Germany. Machine for 
capsuling bottles 

Boldt & Yogel. (See Boldt, Friederich W. A., assignor.) 

Bolender, Harrison W. (See Schoch and Bolender.) 

Bolgiano, Edward H., Camden, N. J. Convertible chair 

Bolgiano, Edward H, Camden, N. J. Convertible chair 

Bolgiano. Edward H, Camden, N. J. Convertible chair 

Boling. William R., Ocbeydan, Iowa. Wagon-gear 

Bollack, Henry, and G. Mayer, Paris, France. Umbrella 

Bollermann, Carl L., Now York, N. Y. Rotary leader -link for fishing-lines. 

Bolles, James H, Dallas, Tex. Miter and framing square. 

Bollinger, Elias, Louisvillo, Md. Apparatus for amalgamating ores 

Bollman, John F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Tree- feller and block-dresser 

Bollotte, Etienno, Soldier, Kans. Automatic corn-planting attachment 

Bollow, Henry, et al. (See Dumke, Frank F., assignor.) 

Bolt, Daniel A., Harri3burg, Pa. Seal-lock 



Bolt, Marlin S., and J. W. Lunn, Elmira. N. Y. Fan attachment for sewing-machines, &c 
Bolte, Frank H., assignor to Egelhoff Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Hay- 



Bolte, Frank H, assignor to Egelhoff Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Horse 

hay-fork - - 

Bolton, Charles E., and M. Pankin, Cleveland, Ohio. Paper-box machinery 

Bolton, Charles E., F. H Strieby, and M. Rankin, Cleveland, Ohio. Box arid package filler. 

Bolton, Gideon S.. et al. (See Dunn, William, assignor.) 

Bolton, James, and A. D. Pentz, Chicago, HI. Clamp-guide for button-hole sewing-machines . 

Bolton, Simeon R. (See Keith and Bolton.) 

Boman, Claes W., assignor to J. Reckendorfer, New York, N. Y. Holder for knife-blades 

Boman, Claes W., assignor to J. Reckendorfer, New York, N. Y. Lead or crayon bolder . . 

Boman, Claes W., assignor to J. Reckendorfer, New York, N. Y. Holder for knife-blades. 

(Reissue) 

Bond, Edmund E., et al. (See Pattyson, William D. C, assignor.) 

Bond, Henry F. , West Newton, Mass. Centrifugal creamer 

Bond, Hiram. (See Bourgeois, Edward, assignor.) 

Bond, Hiram, Haverhill, Mass. Sole or heel burnishing machine 

Bond, Isaac L., et al. (See Bush, Arthur W., assignor.) 

Bond, Joseph, Jr., assignor of one-half to C. M. Swain, Philadelphia, Pa. Sewing-machine. 

Bond, Joseph L. (See Stevens and Bond.) 

Bond, Joseph N. B , assignor to J, N. B. Bond, Jr., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for the 

manufacture of fertilizers from offal, &c 

Bond, Joseph T., Chelsea, Mass. Sugar-bowl 

Bond, Nathan 0., Fairfax, Va., assignor to J. F. Johnson and F. W. Pratt, Washington, 

D. C. Wash- stand 

Bond, William E. , Cleveland, Ohio. Outrigger for boats 

Bonds, George W. (See Jackson and Bonds.) 

Bonds, George W., San Francisco, Cal. Key-seat-cutting machine 

Bonett , Edwin J., T. Gilfillan, and A. W. Fianders, Barnot, Yt. Flower-stand 

Bonn, John H., Weehawken, and A. De Bevoise, West Hoboken, N. J. Combined chair, 

knee, and truss bracket 



281,606 
277,205 
279,217 

289,611 
281,006 
287,614 
289,381 
287,413 
272.200 
282,153 
277,444 
283,693 
277,445 
274,167 

276,218 
288.000 
279,634 
262.043 
290,732 

278,084 

270,538 

282,607 
286,379 

280,284 
285,381 



282,488 
290,841 
273,806 
275.459 
200,518 
276,219 
281 .007 
274,168 



288,401 

271,304 

277,871 
280,711 
282,154 
287,797 
281,827 
289,612 
288,613 
278,861 
285,874 
285,560 

286,768 
270,926 

276,556 

283,694 
284,599 
277,540 

277,106 

273,222 
275,125 

10,335 

286,769 
276,345 
288,765 



270,003 
275,350 

285,001 
276,220 

239,060 
276,663 

282,697 



July 17 

May 8 

June 12 

Dec. 4 

July 10 

Oct. 30 

Dec. 4 

Oct. 30 

Feb. 13 

July 31 

May 15 

Aug. 21 

May 15 

Mar. 20 

Apr. 24 

Nov. 6 

June 19 

July 31 

Dec. 25 

May 22 

Jan. 9 



Aug. 
Oct 



June 26 
Sept. 25 



Aug. 7 

Dec. 25 

Mar. 13 

Apr. 10 

Dec. 18 

Apr. 24 

July 10 

Mar. 20 

Nov. 13 



Jan. 30 



May 22 
July 3 
July 31 
Nov. 6 
July 24 
Dec. 4 
Nov. 20 
June 5 
Oct. 2 
Sept. 25 

Oct. 16 
Jan. 23 

May 1 

Aug. 21 
Sept. 11 
May 15 

May 8 

Feb. 27 
Apr. 3 

June 5 

Oct. 16 

Apr. 24 

Nov. 20 



Jan. 2 
Apr. 10 

Sept. 18 
Apr. 24 

Nov. 27 
May 1 

Aug. 7 



1582 
873 
751 

298 

822 

2342 

12 

2068 

763 

2304 

1156 

1472 

1157 

1189 

1730 
271 
1275 
2146 
1738 

1915 

873 

160 
755 

2047 
1499 



10 

1870 
733 
780 

1454 

1731 
823_ 

1189 

782 



1824 

1664 
447 

2305 
11 

1883 
300 

1037 
260 
116 

1708 

1243 
1360 

13 

1474 

538 

1270 

752 

2073 
326 

634 

1245 

1902 

1234 



211 
634 



1044 
1732 



1593 
153 



267 



433 
232 
207 

83 
229 
632 
4 
562 
211 
632 
310 
415 
311 
327 

479 
7G 

354 
589 
480 

525 

254 

48 
203 

575 
422 



516 
199 
209 
402 
479 
229 
327 

211 



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128 

633 

3 

514 

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286 

75 

34 

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C336 

J 337 

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152 
340 

198 

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172 

337 

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338 



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479 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



33 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bonnefond, Michel, assignor to Ste. Peuvrez & Cie, Paris, Prance. Dovice for covering; 
water-closet seats \ 

Bonnell, James A., assignor to National Interlocking Switch and Signal Company, New 
York, N. Y. Torpedo-holding attachment for railway danger-signals 

Bonney, Otto M.. and N. D. Lafnoreux, St. Louis, Mo. Attachment for sewing-machines . 

Bonninshausen, Ilugo, Detroit, Mich. Lawn-sprinkler 

Bonsilate Company. (See Hyatt and Lockwood, assignors.) 

Bousilate Company. (See Lockwood, Charles S., assignor.) 

Bonta, James W., assignor to Giant Air Injector Manufacturing Company, (limited,) Phil- 
adelphia. Pa. Air-injector for furnaces 

Bonte. Philipp, Chicago, PI. Thermo steam-pressure gage 

Tionwill, William G. A., Philadelphia, Ta. Dental or surgical engine 

Bonzano, Adolphus, Phoenixville, Pa. Traction-rope railway 

Bonzano, Adolphus, Phoenixville, Pa. Conduit for traction-rope railways 

Bookstaver, James N. (See Leggett, William, assignor.) 

Bools, Zadock H. (See Wilson and Bools.) 

Boomer, George B., Tarrytown, N. Y. Screw-press 

Boomer, George B., Tarrytown, N. Y. Steam-radiator 

Boomer. Oscar F.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Evaporating apparatus 

Boone, Alonzo T., Chicago, 111., assignor of one-half to E. H. Sanborne. Door-knob alarm. 

Boone, Charles A. (See Bound and Boone.) 

Boone, Clara E. (See Boone, Thomas P., assignor.) 

Boone, John L„ San Francisco, Cal. System for transmitting power from a central station 

Boone, Martin W. (See Bloomfiold anil Boone.) 

Boone, Robert B. (See Whitaker, David W., assignor.) 

Boone Steel Barb Wire Company. (See Cline, John B., assignor.) 

Boone, Thomas R., assignor, by mesne assignments, to C. E. Boone, Rochester, N. Y. 

Game apparatus 

Boone, William C, and W. A. Whitfield, Brooklyn, N. Y. Beer-tap 

Boone, William C., and W. A. Whitfield, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cut-off for Argand gas-burners. 
Boost, Philip J. (See Gordon and Boost.) 

Booth, Alfred R., San Luis Obispo, Cal. Poison for squirrels, gophers, &c 

Booth, Constant W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lubricator 

Booth, John, assignor to S. A. Jenks, Lincoln, R. I. Bearing for spindles 

Booth. John, Lincoln, assignor to Fales & Jenks Machine Company, Pawtucket, and S. A. 

Jenks. Lincoln, R. I. Spinning-ring 

Booth, John H., Alton, PI. Sleeve or collar button 

Booth, Jonathan L., Rochester, N. Y. Railway-signal 

Booth, Joseph N., Prairie du Chien, Wis. Feed- water purifier 

Boots, William R. (See Darrow, Charles, assignor.) 

Boppel, Jacob, Newark, N. J. Sewing-machine 

Borchard, Albert J., Chicago, PX Press '. 

Borchardt, Albert, Weehawken, N. J., assignor to V. H. Rothschild, New York, N. Y. 



Shirt. 



Borchardt, Hugo. (See Parsons and Borchardt.) 
Borchardt, Hugo, Peekskill, assignor to J. W. Frazier, New York, N. Y. Detachable mag- 
azine for majjazine-guns 

Borchert, Charles, et al. (See Dumke, Frank F., assignor.) 

Borden, Edwin, assignor of one-half to J.' H. Pitman, Fall River, Mass. Milk- wagon 

Borden, Norman E., Fall River, Mass. Machine for finishing tucked fabrics 



Bordwell, Joseph, assignor to D. S. Morgan, Brockport, N. Y. Harvester 

Boron, John S., Booneville, Miss. Molasses-evaporator 

Borg. Ole P.. Richfield, Utah Ter. Buckle 

Borgesen, Bendix G.. Chicago. III. Lady's work-table 

Borgfeldt, Nicholas H., New York, N. Y. Screw-propeller 

Borinz, Frank M., Jamestown, Ohio. Harness attachment 

Bornholdt, Detlef. (See Artf and Bornholdt.) 

Borodonlin, Nicholas, Kharkov, Russia. Apparatus for measuring the density of liquids .. 

Borowsky, Bernhard, Stargard. Prussia, Germany. Apparatus for manufacturing varnish. 

Borowsky, Bernhard, Stargard, Prussia, Germany. Uniting small pieces of amber into a 
large biock 

BoiTor, Absalom, Jr.. Shadcville. Ohio. Scale-pen for weighing cattle 

Borsch. John L.. assignor of one-half to E. Hazlehurst, Philadelphia, Pa. Spectacles. 

Borst, George, assignor of one-half to F. Will, Rochester, N. Y. Awning-frame 

Borst, George, and F. Will, Rochester, N. Y. Fire-escape 

Borthwick, A. E. (See Bedbury, George W., assignor ) 

Borton. Stockton. Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Willcox &. Gibbs Sewing Machine Com- 
pany, New York, N Y. Manufacture of welted or hemmed goods of knit fabrics 

Borton, Stockton, Philadelphia, Pa., and C. H. Willcox, assignors to Willcox & Gibbs Sew-) 
ing Machine Company, New York, N. Y. Sewing and trimming machine j 

Bosch, Charles G., Davenport, Iowa. Apparatus for malting 

Boschert, Ruins E., Syracuse, N. Y. Power-press 

Bossard, Joseph H. (See Lyon and Bossard.) 

Bossidy, Patrick Lee. Mass. Rein-rack 

Boston Electric Company. (See Crockett, Charles H., assignor.) 

Boston Water Purifier Company. (See naynes, Edgar K., assignor.) 

Bostrom, Ernst A., Newnan, Ga. Leveling-iostrument 

Bostwick, Seymour A., assignor of one-half to F. A. Magee, Chelsea, Mass. Pipe-wrench 

Bosworth, Charles B. (See Brown and Bosworth.) 

Bosworth, Charles B. (See Swan and Bosworth.) 

Bosworth, Charles B., and F. A. Swan, Boston, Mass. Arc-lamp cut-out 

Bosworth, Charles F., Milford, Conn. Machine for winding thread upon spools 

Bosworth, Emory, Cleveland, Ohio. Water-tight joint for tiling, vault-covers, areas, &c . . 

Botoler, John W., Washington, D. C. Combination game-box 

Botkin. Jonathan A. (See Davisson. William J., assignor.) 

Botsford. Alban B., Grand Rapids, Mich. Anal speculum 

Botsford, Isaac P., Cromwell, Conn. Truss 

Bot3ford, William B., Millport, assignor of one-half to W. B. Thomas, Elmira, N. Y. Door- 
hanger 

3 PAT 



279,218 

290,391 
286,994 
273,940 



287,754 
277,446 
282,044 
281.440 
287,220 



283,463 

289,965 
271,023 
270,199 



279,694 



282,608 
277.872 
282,260 

271,024 
283,695 
272,942 

272,941 
286,770 
290.842 
275,980 



281,008 
286,582 

280,712 

273,448 

270,539 
287,615 

290,733 

277,206 
287,798 
272,201 
285,002 
288,614 

288,402 
286,528 

288,300 
283,371 
272,521 
275.573 
289,061 



271,190 

275,981 

277.107 
279,695 

277,668 



280,713 
271,595 



278,679 

270,376 

284,170 
286,583 

282,950 
288,972 

288,918 



June 12 

Deo. 18 
Oct. 23 
Mar. 13 



Oct. 30 

May 15 

July 31 

July 17 

Oct. 23 



Aug. 21 

Dec. 11 
Jan. 23 
Jan. 9 



June 19 



Aug. 7 

May 22 

July 31 

Jan. 23 

Aug. 21 

Feb. 27 

Feb. 27 

Oct. 16 

Dec. 25 

Apr. 17 

July 10 

Oct. 16 

July 3 



Mar. 6 

Jan. 9 
Oct. 30 

Dec. 25 

May 8 
Nov. 6 
Feb. 13 
Sept. 18 
Nov. 20 

Nov. 13 
Oct. 9 

Nov. 13 
Aug. 21 
Feb. 20 
Apr. 10 
Nov. 27 



Jan. 23 

Apr. 17 

May 8 
June 19 

May 15 



Julv 3 
Feb\ 6 



June 5 

Jan. 9 

Sept. 4 
Oct. 16 

Aug. 14 
Nov. 27 

Nov. 20 



752 

1268 
1536 
903 



2523 
1158 
2147 
1371 

1827 



1205 

736 

1480 

439 



1346 



161 
1665 
2436 

1481 
1475 
1733 

1731 

1246 
1871 
1434 

824 
1007 

448 



268 

875 
2344 

1740 

874 
12 

764 
1045 
1038 

783 
932 

632 
1098 
1180 

923 
1595 



1686 
1435 

753 

1348 



449 
12 



14 

1009 



506 
1484 



1413 



C207 
}20b 

356 
423 

247 



680 
311 
589 
378 
500 



338 
339 
208 
427 
129 



374 



49 
454 

670 



415 

484 

484 
337 
517 
396 

C229 

J 230 

272 

128 



72 

254 

C632 

) 633 

C480 

\ 481 

232 

4 

211 

293 

286 

211 
251 

173 
309 
330 
250 
442 



487 
396 
397 
198 
375 



128 
3 



2 
194 
195 

4 
272 

160 
411 

389 



J 23 

25 
25 
23 



25 
23 
24 
24 
25 



J 24 

25 
23 
23 



23 



24 
23 
24 

23 
24 
23 

23 

25 
25 
23 

1 24 
25 

24 



23 

23 

^25 

1 25 

23 
25 
23 
24 
25 

25 
25 

25 

24 
23 
23 
25 



23 

1 23 

23 
23 

23 



24 
23 



23 

[23 

24 
25 

24 
25 

25 



34 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly- 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bott, Joseph E., Marcus Hook, assignor to J. M. Broomall, Jr., Media, E. L. Clark and E. 
H. Burr, Philadelphia, Pa. Crucible and means for heating the same 

Bott, Joseph E., Marcus Hook, assignor to J. M. Broomall, Jr., Media, E. L. Clark and E. 
H. Burr, Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-generator for furnaces 

Botter, Carl, Ober-TJrsel, Prussia, assignor to L. Zeyen, Raguhn, Anhalt, Germany. Paper- 
machine 

Bottomley, Thomas H., Capac, Mich. Saw-mill dog 

Botts, Ba'rnct N., Paso Robles, Cal. Acoustic telephone 

Bottum & Trescott, et al. See Landfear, William K., assignor.) 

Boucher, Amos, Monclova, Ohio. Door-securer 

Boucher, Amos, Monclova, Ohio. Door-securer w 

Boughton. George A.. Chicago. 111., assignor to 'Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Bale-tie tightener , 

Boughton, William, Caledonia, Ohio. Vehicle-spring 

Bouilly, Amedee, Sauruur, France. Mechanism for firing ordnance by electricity 

Boulanger, Emile, St. Louis, Mo. Drum 

Boult Brothers & Co. (See Baird, Robert, assignor.) 

Boulton, William H., Cleveland, Ohio. Furnace for baking incandescents 

Bound, David T., and C. A. Boone, Shickshinny, Pa. Time-signal 

Bourbon Copper and Brass Works. (See Bardo and Eord. assignors.) 

Bourgeois, David, assignor of one-half to Kroeschell Brothers, Chicago, HI. Feed-water 

heater and precipitator 

Bourgeois, Edward, assignor to himself and H. Bond, Haverhill, Mass. Heel-burnishing 

tool 

Bonsfield, Edward T. (See Howard and Bousfield.) 

Bousser, Michael P., Summerfield, HI. Non-heat-conducting jug 

Boutell, William H., Antrim, N. H. Apple-parer 

Bovee, David W., Richland Centre, Wis. Hay-tedder 

Bovee, Henry. (See Moore and Bovee.) 

Bowalter, Thomas, and L. D. York, Portsmouth, Ohio. Manufacture of hoes 

Bowden, Hanson M., Wilmington, N. C. Carriage-top 

Bowo, Arthur E., et al. (See Olson, Peter J., assignor.) 

Bowen, Augustus C, Michigan Bluff, Cal. Amalgamator 

Bowen, George M., Talbot, Tenn. Attachment for back-straps 

Bowen, George W., Fort Wayne, Ind. Horseshoe 

Bowen, Hibbard T., assignor of one-half to P. P. Bowles, Philadelphia, Pa. Boring-ma- 
chine 

Bowen, Horace W., Corning, N. T. Carpet-stretcher 

Bowen, J. Howard, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of one-half to A. C. Couch, Boston, Mass. 
Wrench . 

Bowen, John J., San Francisco, Cal. Saw-plate and inserted saw-tooth 

Bowen, Phillip A., and J. W. Suetterle, Milwaukee, Wis. Broom-support 

Bowen, William, Edina, Mo. Grain and seed cleaning mill 

Bowen, William H., Lincoln, R. I. Lubricator 

Bowen, William H, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Mop-holder 

Bowen, William J., Norwalk, assignor to himself, T. T. Keckeler, Cincinnati, Ohio, and 
Z. C. Thwing, Marshall, Mich. Mechanical telephone 

Bowen, William J., Norwalk, assignor to himself, T. T. Keckeler, Cincinnati, Ohio, and 
Z. C. Thwing, Marshall, Mich. Acoustic and electric insulator '. 

Bowen, William J., Norwalk, assignor to himself, T. T. Keckeler, Cincinnati, Ohio, and 
Z. C. Thwing, Marshall, Mieh. Polarized electric bell 

Bower, Anthony S. (See Barff and Bower.) 

Bower, Anthony S. (See Bower, George and A. S.) 

Bower, George. (See Barff and Bower.) 

Bower, George, St. Neots, county of Huntingdon, England. Depositing metals upon the 
surfaces of iron and steel coated with magnetic oxide 

Bower, George and A. S., St. Neots, county of Huntingdon, England. Furnace for effect- 
ing the protection of iron and steel surfaces 

Bower, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. Packing bran, &c 

Bower, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. Process of and apparatus for packing hran 

Bower, Isaac G., assignor to L. B. Myers, Fremont, Ohio. Thill-coupling 

Bower, Isaac G., and L. B. Myers, Fremont, Ohio; said Bower assignor of one-third to said 
Myers. Toy catapult 

Bower, James, assignor of one-half to H. A. Wright, Forest City, HI. Thrashing-machine. 

Bower, John, Goode's Crossing, Va. Horse hay-rake 

Bowers, Alfred H., assignor to I. Newman, New Haven, Conn. Corset 

Bowers, Cassimer D. C, Ridgway, Pa. Fastening for bed-slats 

Bowers, George W., assignor of one-half to C. E. Nickerson, Somerville, Mass. Necktie- 
fastener 

Bowers, Henry C. (See Bowers, Warren N., assignor.) 

Bowers, Henry C. and W. N., New Haven, Ind. Log-turning attachment for saw-mills - . . 

Bowers, Riley, Indianapolis, Ind. Veneer-dish machine 

Bowers, Warren N. (See Bowers, Henry C. and W. N.) 

Bowers, Warren N., Jefferson, assignor of one-half to H. C. Bowers, New Haven, Ind. 
Gate 

Bowers. William B., Falls City, Nebr. Band-cutter 

Bowes, Frederick K. (See Sc'harnweber, William, assignor.) 

Bowes, John, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Ice apparatus 

Bowes, John G. (See Jamieson, James, assignor.) 

Bowes, Thomas H., Milwaukee, Wis. Device for straightening sheets delivered from the 
fly of a 711 hit ing-press 

Bowie, Orin R., Portland, assignor of one-half to E. Hersoy, Deering, and W. K. Rhodes, 
Portland, Me. Fire-escape 

Bowker, James J., La Otto, Ind. Head-rest 

Bowker, James J., La Otto, Ind. Folding chair 

Bowker, James J., La Otto, Ind. Invalid-bed 

Bowker, William. (See Williams, Robert, assignor.) 

Bowker, William. (See Williams and Bowker.) 

Bowker, William, Somerville, assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and R. Williams, 
Boston, Mass. Cleansing saws 




277,981 
280,680 

278,862 
278,863 

272.043 
273,449 
289,066 
274,900 

284,171 
279,696 



271,025 

277,207 

277,447 
286,380 
289,382 

281,441 
287,499 

371,305 
277,669 
285,215 

288,403 
288,3-01 

273,017 
283,197 
290,315 
272.637 
270,626 
285,003 

285,004 

286,681 

288,202 



270,004 

270,005 
282.045 

282,046 

271,191 

271,568 

284,600 

284,942 
290,843 
277,541 

279,697 

280,124 
269,822 



287,361 
274,707 

278,085 



276,221 

281,661 
270,377 

271.778 
277,208 



Sept. 18 
Sept. 25 

June 26 

May 22 
Oct. 16 

June 5 
June 5 

Feb. 27 

Mar. 6 

Dec. 11 

Apr. 3 

Sept. 4 
June 19 



Jan. 23 

May 8 

May 15 
Oct. 9 
Dec. 4 

July 17 
Oct. 30 

Jan. 30 

May 15 
Sept. 18 

Nov. 13 
Nov. 13 

Feb. 27 
Aug. 14 
Dec. 18 
Feb. 20 
Jan. 16 
Sept. 18 

Sept. 18 

Oct. 16 

Nov. 13 



Jan. 2 

Jan. 2 
July 31 

July 31 

Jan. 23 

Jan. 30 

Sept. 11 

Sept. 11 
Dec. 25 
May 15 

June 19 

June 26 
Jan. 2 



Oct. 23 
Mar. 27 

May 22 



Apr. 24 

July 24 

Jan. 9 

Feb. 6 

May 8 



279 698 June 19 



1299 
1708 

1857 

1789 
1135 



261 
262 

1734 

269 

738 

11 

15 
1349 



1482 

875 

1159 

756 

13 

1372 
2174 

1824 
1423 
1300 

784 
633 

1819 
868 

1172 

1333 
984 

1046 

1047 

1136 

512 



212 

212 
2151 

2152 

1687 

2166 

539 

960 
1874 
1272 

1350 

1859 
2 



2000 
1889 



1910 



1733 

1661 
664 
233 
876 



1351 



(365 
J 366 

(482 
J483 
(523 
)524 
488 
300 

75 
76 

484 

72 

208 

3 

4 
(375 
$376 



427 
232 

311 

(203 

$204 

4 



378 
590 

529 
384 
366 

212 
173 

510 
242 
•328 
374 
284 
293 

293 

306 

142 



61, 62 

590 

(590 

)591 

487 

624 
(152 
i 153 
269 
517 
341 

376 

524 
1 



545 
526 



525 



480 

453 

195 

65 

232 



376 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



35 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bowker, "William, Soraerville, assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and E. "Williams,? 

Boston, Mass. Machine for sawing hoops from poles 5 

Bowles, Philemon P. (Seo Bowen, Hibbard T., assignor.) 

Bowles, Thomas n., Atlanta, Ga. Traveling sign for streetcars 

Bowling, Benjamin S., Marcellus, Mich. Cuspidor 

Bowling, John P., assignor of one-half to E. Bryan, Guthrie, Ky. Shingle-machine 

Bowling. John P., assignor of one-half to E. Bryan, Guthrie, Ky. Shingle-machine 

Bowlus, Charles D., Ohio, 111. "Windmill 

Bowman. Alexander. (See Farrar and Bowman.) • 

Bowman, Charles F., New Haven, Conn. Lubricator^. - 

Bowman, Charles M., Lebanon, Pa. Electric conductor for fire-hose 

Bowman, Edmund Q., Philadelphia, Pa. Broom 

Bowman, Edward. (See Maranville, Egbert L., assignor.) 

Bowman, Frank, Brooklyn. N. T. Back for books 

Bowman, Frank. Xew York, N. Y. Blank or composition book 

Bowman, John S.. Detriot, Mich. Fire-escape 

Bowman. John W ., Huntington, assignor to himself and E. A. Collins, Huntington County, 

Ind. Ice-tongs 

Bowman, William, and E. Hunschor, Cleveland. Ohio. Carpet-cleaning apparatus 

Bowser, John, Lancaster, Ohio. Carriage-body hanger 

Bowsky, Leopold, New York, N. T. Plumber's charcoal-furnace 

Bowyer, William A., and J. E. Elliott Cleveland, Ohio. Stove-pipe shelf 

Box," Alfred, Philadelphia, Pa. Belt-tightener 

Box. Alfred. Philadelphia, Pa. Radial drilling-machine - 

Box, William W., Crayford, county of Kent, assignor to H. Greene, London, England. 

Caster 

Boyce, Charles M., Stoneham, Mass. Vise 

Boyce, Edmond C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Paving material for street-pavements 

Boyd. Arthur A. (Seo nayden and Boyd.) 

Boyd, George. (See Van Zaudt. Robert S., assignor.) 

Boyd, Henry E., McKeesport, Pa. Tube-coupling 

Boyd, Hugh, etal. (SeoEngel. George, assignor.) 
Boyd, James. (See Hammill, Joshua"M., assignor.) 

Boyd, James, St. Paul, Minn. Hoisting-machine 

Boyd, John and T. A., Glasgow, county of Lanark, Scotland. Machine for winding yarn 

or thread 

Boyd . John M. , Oakiield, Wis. Wind-wheel 

Boyd. Thomas A. (See Boyd, John and T. A.) 

Boyd. William. Galveston, Tex. Wheeled vehicle 

Boyd. William H., Louisiana, Mo. Netting 

Boyden, George A., assignor of one-half to C. B. Mann, Baltimore, Md. Fluid-pressure 

brake - 

Boyden, George E. (See Boyden, William H., assignor.) 

Boyden, William H., assignor of one-half to G. E. Boyden, Providence, R. I. Twine-holder 

Boydst on, David S., Volcano, C.il. Camera-shutter 

Boyels, Joseph E., et al. (See Morgan, Albert H., assignor.) 

Boyer, Desire, Terre Bonne Parish, La. Baling-press.... 

Boyer, Jerome L., Columbia, Pa. Cinder-ear 

Boyer, Jerome L., Columbia. Pa. Hoisting apparatus for locomotive and portable engines. 
Boyer. Joseph, assignor of forty-nine one-hundredths to O. Bradford, St. Louis, Mo., and 

J. P. Golding, Chicago, HI. Chipping-machine 

Boyer, L6on, and J. B" Henry, New Orleans, La. Odorless excavating apparatus 

Bo^er, Louis "W. (See Fraser, Edwin J., assignor.) 
Boyer, Louis W., etal. (See Yates, Henry G., assignor.) 

Boyington, "William "W. , Highland Park, HI. "Window-frame 

Boyingtou. William W., Highland Park, HI. Sash-cord guide 

Boyle, Daniel, <" "I. (See Crawford, John, assignor.) 

Boyle, James E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Flushing water-closets 

Boy lo, James E.. Brooklyn, N". Y. Float- valve or ball-cock -. 

Boyle, John B.. Baltimore, Md. Bell- pull 

Boyle, Thomas F., et al. (See Crawford, John, assignor.) 

Boyne, James, Jr. (See Boyne, Thomas A. and J.. Jr.) 

Boyno, Thomas A. and J.. Jr., Bloomficld, N. J. Paper-machine 

Boy u' on. Alfred, and H. "W. Peace, Brooklyn,. N. "S Saw 

Boynton. AVmanzor W., Bridgeport, assignor to H. I. Hoyt, Norwalk, Conn. Base-ball 

' Boynt 'ii. Cbarli s B. (See Boynton, XSihaniel A., assignor.) 

Boynton, Charles B., New York, N. Y. Shaking-grate 

Boynton. Charles B . New York, N. Y. Hot-air furnace 

Boynton, Charles M., and T. M. Togus, Concord, N. H. Eack for umbrellas and parasols . 

Boynton. Edward S., Bridgeport, Conn. Station-indicator 

Boynton. Edward S.. Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to S. J. G-ordon, New York, N. Y. Color- 
in g and hardening articles manufactured of clay 

Boynton. Lcander W., Hartford, Conn. Spring fabric 

Boynton. Nathaniel A., assignor to C. B. Boynton, New York, N. Y. Damper for furnace? 
or stove pipes ) 

Bovnton. Sumner H., Eockland, Me. Cover or blanket for animals 

Boysen, William F.. Buffalo, N. Y. Pulley 

Brabson, Thomas. Newark. N . J. Bridle-bit 

Brabson, Thomas. Newark, X. J. Hame-tip 

Brack, lsidor. Philadelphia, Pa. Making cigars 

Bi.ickebu-.eh. Hans, Berlin, Germany. Deodorizing solutions of colophony in heavy by 
drocarbons 

Bracken, Edson L. , Dawson, HI. Knotting mechanism for grain-binders 

Bracken. Edson L., Dawson, HI. Plow-clevis 

Brackenridge, Arthur M. (See Strack. Charles F., assignor.) 

Brackett. Cyrus F., Princeton, N. J. Electro-magnetic dynamometer 

Bracking, Frank B.. Cincinnati. Ohio. Button and glove hook 

Braddock, "Warren L., Boston, Mass. Garment-supporter 

Bradeen. Joshua E. L., South Berwick, Me. Machine for cutting and punching metal 

Bradtield, Thomas. (See Hughes, Bennington P., assignor.) 

Bradford, Addison, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lubricator 



No. 



286,173 

288,615 
284,601 
272,638 
272,639 
274,261 

279,699 
290,844 
273,941 

281,657 
286,111 

278,768 

289,749 
271,406 
282,436 
281.009 
283,959 
283,856 
283,857 

275,126 
286,995 
274,096 



283,960 



271,681 

276,758 
285,960 

279,529 
287,616 

280,285 

285,727 
272,117 

286,771 
280,903 
280,904 

277,448 
277,209 



286,584 
290,203 

285,875 
290,204 
285,961 



287,500 
274,708 
288,766 

278,864 
289,967 
288,616 
279,478 

287,799 
284,717 

279,530 

284,803 
281,828 
274,709 
282,261 
2r8,769 

275,565 
270,378 
285,962 

287,800 
289,213 
278,493 
283,198 

280,562 



Date. 



Oct. 9 

Nov. 20 
Sept. It 
Feb. 20 
Feb. 20 
Mar. 20 

June 19 
Dec. 25 
Mar. 13 

July 17 
Oct. 2 
June 5 

Dec. 4 
Jan. 30 
July 31 
July 10 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 23 
Aug. 28 

Apr. 3 
Oct. 23 
Mar. 13 



Aug. 28 



Feb. 6 

May 1 
Oct. 2 

Juno 19 
Oct. 30 

June 26 

Sept. 25 
Feb. 13 

Oct. 16 
July 10 
July 10 

May 15 
May 8 



Oct. 16 

Dec. 18 

Oct. 2 

Dec. 18 

Oct. 2 



Oct. 30 
Mar. 27 
Nov. 20 

June 5 
Dec. 11 
Nov. 20 
June 12 

Nov. 6 
Sept. 11 

June 19 

Sept. 11 
July 24 
Mar. 27 
July 31 
June 5 

Apr. 10 
Jan. 9 
Oct. 2 

Nov. 6 
Nov. 27 
May 29 
Aug. 14 

July 3 



Monthly 
volume. 



482 

1039 
541 
1334 
1335 
1308 

1352 

1875 

904 

1651 
409 
113 

475 
1902 
2670 

825 
1803 
1675 
1676 

327 
1537 
1087 



1804 



113 

300 
230 

1157 
2346 

2048 

1918 
670 

1246 
695 
696 

1159 
877 



1009 
1028 

117 
1029 
232 



2176 
1889 
1230 

263 

739 
1040 
1089 

13 

692 

1157 

796 
1884 
1890 
2437 

114 



(133 
,134 

286 
153 
374 
375 
360 

376 
(517 
i 518 

247 

450 
112 
32 

134 

567 
732 
230 
510 
473 
473 

91 
423 

299 



511 



31 

76 
65 

320 
633 

576 

544 

182 

337 
195 
196 
196 

311 
233 



(272 

?273 

289 

35 

290 

65 



591 
527 
338 

76 
208 
286 
301 



194 
(320 
?321 
222 
514 
527 
070 



Official 
Gazette. 



914 

665 I 195 

233 65 



13 

1777 

2405 

868 

270 



4 

492 
672 
242 

74 



24 



36 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 









Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


No. 


Date. 






o 

Pi 


fab 

fl 





bo 

P-l 


277,982 


May- 


22 


1790 


C488 
?489 


|23 


1953 


278,086 
277,210 


May 
May 


22 
8 


1917 
878 


526 
233 


23 

23 


1976 

1782 


287,755 
277,670 
271,026 


Oct. 

May 
Jan. 


30 
15 

23 


2525 
1424 
1483 


680 
384 
427 


25 
23 
23 


489 

1882 

304 


270,006 
282,262 
270,381 
276,759 


Jan. 
July 
Jan. 
May 


2 

31 

9 

1 


214 

2438 

668 

301 


62 
670 
196 

77 


23 
24 
23 
23 


44 
446 
140 

1677 


270,627 


Jan. 


16 


984 


(284 
1285 


J23 


209 


270,628 


Jan. 


16 


989 


286 


23 


210 


270,629 


Jan. 


16 


990 


f 286 
} 287 


J23 


210 


270,630 


Jan. 


16 


993 


287 


23 


211 


274,555 


Mar. 


27 


1708 


C474 
$475 


^23 


1150 


283,067 


Ang. 


14 


707 


199 


24 


633 


285,790 


Oct. 


2 


12 


4 


25 


4 


280,563 


July 


3 


271 


74 


24 


49 


287,501 


Oct. 


30 


2177 


591 


.25 


423 


288,617 


Nov. 


20 


1041 


287 


25 


704 


279,321 


June 12 


884 


245 


23 


2283 


280,714 
270,276 
288,767 
288,768 


July 
Jan. 

Nov. 
Nov. 


3 

9 

20 
20 


449 

530 

1236 

1237 


129 
155 
339 
339 


24 
23 
25 
25 


80 
114 
737 

737 


280,011 


June 26 


1727 


484 


23 


2440 


272,202 


Feb. 


13 


765 


C211 

$212 

567 


J23 
23 


584 


271,407 


Jan. 


30 


1962 


394 


285,216 


Sept. 


18 


1301 


366 


24 


1141 


272.640 


Feb. 


20 


1336 


375 


23 


689 


275,574 


Apr. 


10 


924 


250 


23 


1392 


281,442 
288,203 
290,067 
280,343 
280,344 
271,027 
277,108 
277,449 
277,873 
284,570 
281,963 


July 
Nov. 
Dec. 

July 
July 
Jan. 
May 
May- 
May 
Sept. 
July 


17 
13 

25 

3 
3 

23 

8 

15 

22 

4 
24 


1373 

512 

2041 

6 

1483 
756 

1161 

1C67 
256 

2052 


379 

142 

561 

2 

3 

427 

199 

312 

455 

71 

562 


24 
25 
25 
24 
24 
23 
23 
23 
23 
24 
24 


254 

606 

1265 

4 

4 

304 

1761 

1839 

1932 

948 

376 


274,457 
282,951 


Mar. 
Aug. 


27 
14 


1570 
567 


429 
160 


23 
24 


1127 
608 


290,388 


Dec. 


18 


12C2 


f 354 
}355 


|25 


1125 


273,342 
288,001 
277,983 
275,575 
271,306 
274,556 
273,450 


Mar. 
Nov. 
May 
Apr. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Mar. 


6 
6 
22 
10 
30 
27 
6 


133 

272 
1794 

924 
1825 
1710 

270 


37 

76 

4H9 

251 

530 

72 


23 
25 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 


856 

554 
1953 
1392 

370 
1150 

879 


275,127 
273,451 
279,124 
287,091 


Apr. 3 
Mar. 6 
June 12 
Oct. 23 


327 

271 

654 

1663 


91 

73 

179 

456 


23 
23 
23 
25 


1283 
879 

2245 
321 


283,561 


Aug. 


21 


1319 5 3,i 
1J1J ? 369 


|24 


750 


283,372 
278,865 
289,498 
279,322 


Aug. 21 
June 5 
Deo. 4 
June 12 


1098 
264 
162 

885 


309 

76 

44 
246 I 


2.4 
23 

25 
23 


710 
2168 

914 
2283 



Bradford, Allen, Dalles, Oreg. Combined agricultural machine 

Bradford, Charles K., Lynnfield, Mass. Apparatus for cementing the channels of boot or 
slioo soles 



Bradford, Charles W., assignor to himself and A. C. Burgess, Belfast, Me. Bag-fastener 
Bradford, Charles W., Belfast, assignor to himself and C. E. Lane, Brooks, Me. Bag-fast- 



Bradford, Cyrus, Erie, Mich. Washing-machine 

Bradford, JamesN., Bay City, Mich. Nut-lock : '. 

Bradford, Oliver B., et at. (See Clay, Robert J., assignor.) 

Bradford, Oscar, etal. (See Boy er, Joseph, assignor.) 

Bradford, Punnort, assignor to Sargent & Co., New Haven, Conn. Table-leaf support 

Bradford, Purmort, assignor to Sargent & Co., New Haven, Conn. Grindstone-hanger 

Bradford, William, Brockport, N. Y. Bean-harvester 

Bradford, William, Brockport, N. Y. Seed-planter and fertilizer-distributer 

Bradley, Byron C, assignor to Eurst & Bradley Manufacturing Company, Chicago, HI.? 
Seeding-machine 3 

Bradley, Byron C, assignor to Purst & Bradley Manufacturing Company, Chicago, HI. 
Skim plow or colter 

Bradley, Byron C, assignor to Eurst & .Bradley Manufacturing Company, Chicago, HI.? 
Cultivator 3 

Bradley, Byron C, assignor to Eurst & Bradley Manufacturing Company, Chicago, HI. 
Combined plow standard and support 

Bradley, Byron C, assignor to Eurst & Bradley Manufacturing Company, Chicago, HI.? 
Tongueless cultivator .' 3 

Bradley, Byron C, assignor to Eurst & Bradley Manufacturing Company, Chicago, HI. 
Landside for plows 

Bradley, Byron C, assignor to Furst & Bradley Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Caster-colter 

Bradley, Charles E. (See Folmer and Bradley.) 

Bradley, Charles S., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
trical measuring apparatus 

Bradley, Charles S., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
trical testing 

Bradley & Co., C. E. (See Hackstadt, George W., assignor.) 

Bradley, Daniel B., New York, N. Y. Stand for bottles and flasks 

Bradley, Henry C. (See Seymour, William S., assignor.) 

Bradley, Henry C, Camden Point, Mo. Car-coupling. 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. (SeeEvarts, Charles A., assignor.) 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. (See Evarts, John A., assignor.) 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. (See Hendryx, Andrew B., assignor.) 

Bradley, Jeremy, assignor to himself and L. M. Stevens, Sparta, Wis. Check-rower for 
corn-planters 

Bradley, John, North Chelmsford, Mass. Thread-guide mechanism for knitting-machines. 

Bradley, John B., Vanceburg, Ky. Saw-holding device , 

Bradley, JohnB., Vanceburg, Ky. Saw-guide 

Bradley, John W. (See Belknap and Bradley.) 

Bradley, John W., Stratford, assignor of one-half to Belknap Manufacturing Company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Valve mechanism 

Bradley, Milton, Springfield, Mass. Label-cutter .• 

Bradley, William A., Oshkosh, Wis. Shingle-machine 

Bradley, William E. (See Allen and Bradley.) 

Bradshaw, Edwin, assignor of one-half to J. A. Carlaw, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Sash- 



balance . 



Bradshaw, John A. (See Bing and Bradshaw.) 

Bradshaw, William J., Cleveland, Ohio. Flue-cleaner 

Bradshaw, William J., and W. W. Cowley, Cleveland, Ohio, 
furnaces . 



Device for feeding air to 



Bradt, William D., Jackson, Mich., assignor to Eagle Lock Company, Terryville, Conn. 
Bouter-bit 

Bradwell, Thomas, and S. K. White, Chicago, HI. Stereotyping outfit 

Brady, Charles N., and J. E. Eatcliffe, Wellsburg, W. Va. Caster 

Brady, Christian H. , Chicago, HI. Metallic bush for bung-holes 

Brady, Christian H., Chicago, 111. Bushing for faucets 

Brady, Edwin L., New York, N. Y. Smoke-consuming furnace.for locomotives 

Brady, Gilbert A., Chicago, 111. Clamp for sewing-machine attachments 

Brady, Gilbert A., Chicago, HI. Tension for sewing-machines 

Brady, Gilbert A., Chicago, 111. Sewing-machine shuttle 

Brady, James, Brooklyn, N. Y. Paper-file 

Brady, Patrick, Newark, N. J. Process of and apparatus for preserving and venting beer 
Brady, Thomas. (See Gregg and Briody, assignors.) 

Brady, Thomas F., Philadelphia, Pa. Nursery towel-rack 

Braffett, Volney M., Indianapolis, Ind. Thill-coupling clip 

Bragdon, MelvilleC, Newton Highlands, Mass. Signal apparatus for railways 



Bragdon, Nathaniel, Danvers, Mass. Device for lighting and extinguishing lanterns 

Bragg, Everett B., New York, N. Y. Apparatus tor treating leather-scrap 

Bragg, Isaac W. , Ki dder, Mo. Governor cut-oil' -valve gear 

Bragg, Leonard G. , Kalamazoo, Mich. Tree-digger 

Bran, William, Milwaukee. Wis. Engraver's tool 

Brah, William, Milwaukee, Wis. Preparing blocks of wood for engraving 

Brahn, James, Jersey City, N. J. Switch-stand 

Brain, Thomas. (See Webley and Brain.) 

Brainard, Adelbert M., Chicago, 111. Hydrocarbon-gas stove 

Brainard, Amos H., Hyde Park, Mass. Gear-cutting machine 

Brainard, Curtis B., Joliet, 111. Wire-pointing machine 

Brainard, Curtis B., Joliet, 111. Barbed wire i'or fences 

Brainard, Curtis B., Cuyahoga Falls, assignor to himself and J. Crowell, Jr., Glenville,i 

Ohio. Device for making fence-barbs J 

Brainard, Joseph W. , Kent, Ohio. Machine for making blind-slats 

Brainard, Marvin N., assignor of one-half to R. J. Allyn, Hartford, Conn. Fire-escape 

Brainard, Morris E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dumping-scow 

Brainerd, Charles A., Chicago, HI. Electrical device for protecting wire fences 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alpliabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



37 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Brainerd, Frank W., Freeport, HI. Wire-barbing machine 

Brainerd, Frank W., Freeport, 111. Creaming-can 

Brainerd, Henry C, Cleveland, Ohio. Preparing rubber plates or sheets for graining 

Brake, Peter. Toronto, Ontario, assignor of one-half to J. C. Steele, Vaughn township, Can- 
ada. Cooking rango aud stove : 

Brakkc, Andrew T., et al. (See Jensen, Mathias, assignor.) 

Bramer, Frank, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mowing-machine 



Bramhall, Esther A. (See Fuller, Hiram E., assignor.) 

Bramhall, J. H., et al. (See Van Sickle, George W., assignor.) 

Bramhall, Martin L., La Porte, Ind. "Weatherstrip 

Brarawell. William, Toledo. Ohio. Cutter-head for boring-machines 

Branan, Thomas L. (Seo Morrill, George P., assignor.) 

Branch, Isaac, Adairsville, Ga. Mowing aud reaping machine 

Brand, Frederick J., Milldale, Conn. Machine for forming wire-work 

Brandeis, Leopold. (See Cassin, William, assignor.) 

Brandeis, Leopold, Brooklyn, N. V. Faucet 

Brandenburg, Isaac S., Peoria, 111. Milk-cooler 

Brandenburg. Mary. (See Stearns, Sarah B., assignor.) 

Brandon burger, Andrew, et al. (See Barditzky, Hermann, assignor.) 

Brandonburger, Andrew, W. Tirre, and H. Barditzky, St. Louis, Mo. Mining-machine . . . 

Braudl. Gotthard, assignor of two-thirds to H. Sarre and H. Beyerhaus, Berlin, Germany. 
Horseshoe ... 

Brandl, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Steam-generator 

Brandon, James. Now York, N. Y. Metallic packing for pistons 

Brandon, John H., Chicago, HI. Lightning-rod 

Brandt, Jacob, San Francisco, Oal. Machine for cutting out cigar- wrappers 

Brandt, Jacob S. (See Humbaugh and Brandt.) 

Brandt. Jobn J., De Witt Centre, N. Y. Wrench 

Brandt, Thomas J., Dundee, Mich. Heel-stiffener for boots and shoes 

Brandy. James, Lawrence, Mass. Machine formanufacturing felt boots, shoes, or stockings. . 

Branham, Alvin J.. Houstonia, Mo. Velocipede 

Brannen, James, Philadelphia, Pa. Extension chandelier 

B>-anncn, James. Philadelphia, Pa. Shade-support 

Brannian, James T., Bandolph, Iowa. Combined hay rake and loader 

Biannou, Patrick P.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to Auerbach, Altschul & Brannon, 
Santa Ana, San Salvador, Central America. Coffee separator 

Branson, James L. , Philadelphia, Pa. Knitting-machine. (Reissue) 

Branson, Thomas B. (See Fink and Branson.) 

Brant, John D., Jr., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to A. V. Sargeant, Newark, N. J. 
Necktie-fastener 

Brantley, Henry T., Jamison, Ala. Churn 

Brasher, Thomas M.. Brooklyn, X. Y. Manipulating and firing marine torpedoes 

Brastow, Louis C, Ashley, and G. W. Twining, East Manch Chunk, Pa. Railway-rail 
curving and straightening machine 

Bratton, Isaac, Wilmington, Del. Suction-box for paper-making machines 

Braiich. Philip P. (See Beuttel and Braiich.) 

Brauchler, Franklin C, Canton. Ohio. Nu slock 

Brauer, Justus, Philadelphia, Pa. Rest for ice-pitchers 

Brauer, Louis, Philadelphia. Pa. Calendar ' 

Braun, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Pawl-and-ratchet mechanism 

Braun. Otto, and 0. Liebreichi Berlin, Germany. Treating wool-oil to produce lanolin 

Braunfeld, Henry E., Philadelphia, Pa. Fire-escape 

Braunfeld. Henry E., Philadelphia, Pa. Fire-escape 

Braunwalder, Jacob, Milwaukee, Wis. Valve-gear for steam-engines 

Bray, John, Washington, D. C, assignor of one-half to C. H. Longley, Hartford, Conn. Pa- 
per fabric or matting 

Bray, Mellen, Newton, Mass. Manufacture of ring-sockets 

Bray, Mellen, Newton, Mass. Manufacture of reed-plates 

Bray, Mellen, Newton, Mass. Button 

Bi ay. Mellen, Newton, and G. W. McClintock, Boston, Mass.; said McCHntock assignor to 
said Bray. Reed for musical instruments 

Bray, Mellen N., Boston, Mass. Lacing-stud 

Bray, Mellen X., Boston, Mass. Lacing-hook 

Bray, Morris P., New Haven, Conn. Corset 

Bray, Morris P., New Haven, Conn. Corset 

Bray, Moms P., New Haven, Conn. Corset 

Bray, Morris P., New Haven, Conn. Corset 

Bray, Morris P , New Haven, assignor to I. W. Birdseye. Bridgeport, Conn. Corset-spring 

Bray, Morris P., Xew Haven, assignor of one-half to Wallace & Sons, Ansonia, Conn. Cor- 
set-clasp 

Bray, Morris P., assignor to I. Newman & Co., Now Haven, Conn. Corset 

Bray, Thomas J., assignor to Oliver Brothers & Phillips, Pittsburg, Pa. Mechanism for 
making wagon-box straps 

Bray, Thomas J., assignor to Oliver Brothers & Phillips, Pittsburg, Pa. Drive-screw 

Bray, Stacy B. and W., Lambertville, N. J. Horse-detacher 

Bray, William C, Newton, Mass. Machine for setting lacing-studs 

Bray, William H., assignor of one-half to S. I. Crafts, Boston, Mass. Device for packing 
glass gage-tubes 

Bray. Wilson. (See Bray, Stacy B. and W.) 

Brayton, A. P. (See Stirk, William E., assignor.) 

Bravton, George B., assignor to Brayton Petroleum Engine Company, Boston, Mass. Air- 
pump valve 

Brayton. < Jeorge B., assignor to Brayton Petroleum Engine Company, Boston, Mass. Regu- 
lating the supply of oil to vapor-engines 

Brayton Petroleum Engine Company. (See Brayton, George B., assignor.) 

Brazeau, Melchior, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Picker 

Brazelle, Benjamin, St. Louis, Mo. Steam-engine 

Brazellc, Benjamin, St. Louis, Mo. Direct-acting engine 

Bready, Charles W. (See Dutrow, David E.. assignor.) • 

Brecht, Theodore C. (Seo Hemje and Brecht.) 

Breckenridge, Henry W., assignor to J. A. Miller, trustee, Providence, R. I. Telephone- 
switch 



No. 



277,451 
284,172 
287,017 

282,263 



277,984 



284,602 
276,760 

279,077 
274,557 

288,769 
290,519 



283,858 

271,307 
288,688 
283,008 
270,379 
277,452 

283,696 
283,859 
277.450 
283,697 
285,963 
285,964 
287,903 

271,779 
10.271 



282,952 
289,968 
287,221 

275,881 
280,564 

280,125 
290.520 
270,730 
281,062 
271,192 
273,807 
283,961 
2^6,585 

280,286 
280,786 
280,787 
280,788 

280,789 
273,706 
273,707 
275.982 
279,323 
280.565 
289,969 
270,380 

277,671 
271,780 

270,176 
289,333 
284,804 

277,985 
276,154 



269,914 

270,927 

272,118 
271,781 
284,173 

278,494 



Date. 



May 15 
Sept. 4 
Oct. 30 

July 31 
May 22 

Sept. 11 
May 1 

June 5 

Mar. 27 

Nov. 20 
Dec. 18 

Aug. 28 

Jan. 30 

Nov. 20 
Aug. 14 
Jan. 9 
May 15 

Aug. 21 
Aug. 28 
Mav 15 
Aug. 21 
Oct. 2 
Oct. 2 
Nov. fi 



Feb. 6 
Jan. 16 



Aug. 14 
Dec. 11 
Oct. 23 

Apr. 17 
July 3 

June 26 
Dec. 18 
Jan. 16 
July 24 
Jan. 23 
Mar. 13 
Aug. 28 
Oct. 16 

Juno 26 
July 10 
July 10 
July 10 

July 10 

Mar. 13 

Mar. 13 

Apr. 17 

June 12 

July 3 

Dec. 11 

Jan. 9 

May 15 
Feb. 6 

Jan. 2 

Nov. 27 
Sept. 11 
May 22 

Apr. 24 



Jan. 2 

Jan. 23 

Feb. 13 
Feb. 6 
Sept. 4 

May 29 



Monthly 
volume. 



1164 
16 

2347 

2439 
1795 



542 
303 



569 
1711 



1238 
1455 



1673 

1826 

1130 

708 

660 

1105 

1476 

1080 

1161 

1476 

233 

234 

142 

234 

1296 



567 

740 

1828 

1328 
273 

1860 
1456 
1123 
1662 
1687 
704 
1805 
1011 

2052 
567 
568 
569 

570 
000 

601 
1440 
886 
274 
741 
667 

1425 
235 

409 
1921 
797 

1797 



1054 



107 

1361 

670 

236 

17 



313 
5 



071 



<489 
H90 



{S 



156 
475 



339 

402 



530 
313 
199 
105 
313 

416 

474 

312 

416 

66 

66 

42 

65 
374 



ICO 
209 
501 

365 
75 

524 
402 
322 
453 



199 
511 

273 



158 
159 
159 

159 
161 
101 
397 
246 
75 
209 
196 

384 
66 

119 

534 

222 

C490 

(491 

456 



32 

392 

183 

60 

5 



2466 672 23 



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Gazette. 



38 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, arid invention. 



Breckenridge, Henry W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Rhode Island Telephone and 

Electric Company', Providence, R. I. Electric switch-hoard 

Breckheimer, Matthias, Madison, Wis. Ice-harvesting and ice-loading machine 

Brecknell, Richard D. (See Goff, Tilmeon G., assignor.) 

Bredehorst, Friedrich, Bremen, Germany. Incidence-window '. 

Bredt, Otto, Barmen, Germany. Manufacture of red coloring-matter 

Breed, Richard E., Pittsburg, Pa. Machine for making hoes 

Breen, Peter, assignor of one-half to L. M. Hosea, Cincinnati, Ohio. Lubricator for loose 
pulleys 

Breen, Thomas, Knowlton, Pa. Railway-tie 

Breen, Thomas, Knowlton, Pa. Railway-signal 

Breen, Thomas, Knowlton, Pa. Combined letter sheet and envelope 

Breen, Thomas, Knowlton, Pa. Curtain-fixture 

Breen, Thomas, Knowlton, Pa. Railway-switch 

Breen, Thomas, Knowlton, Pa. Telegraph-pole 

Breer, Caroline H. (See Breer, Henry, assignor.) 

Breer, Henry, assignor to C. H. Breer, Syracuse, 1ST. T. Apparatus for treating animal mat- 
ter for fertilizers 

Breer, Henry, assignor to C. H. Breer, Syracuse, N. Y. Apparatus for desiccating animal 
matter for fertilizers - 

Breer, Henry, assignor to C. H. Breer, Syracuse, N. Y. Apparatus for desiccating animal 
matter ' 

Breer, Henry, assignor to C. H. Breer, De Witt, IS". T. Apparatus for desiccating ferti- 
lizers 

Breer, Henry, DeWitt, assignor to C. H. Breer, Syracuse, N. Y. Apparatus for desiccating 
animal matter for fertilizers , - 

Breese, Hiram T. (See Shaw, Ira C, assignor.) 

Brehmer, August, Leipsic, Germany. Paper box 

Br61ivet, Joseph, Enosbnrg Palls, Vt. Candle-mold 

Brendcl, Philipp, St. Louis, Mo. Flexible ladder 

Breneinan, Edward. (See McSherry and Myers, assignors.) 

Brenn, George W., Philadelphia, Pa. Extension-table 

Brennan. Charles E. , Charlottesville, Va. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Brennan & Co., South Western Agricultural Works. (See Weller, Thomas W., assignor) 

Brennan, Daniel, Jr., Orange, N J. Movable jaw for stono and ore crushers 

Brennan, Daniel J. (See Brennan, Thomas W. and D. J.) 
Brennan, James H. (See Brennan, William P., assignor.) 
Brennan. James R., assignor of one-third to L. R. Lancaster and E. H. Fudge, St. Joseph, 

Mo. Saw-table gage " 

Brennan, James W. (See Rousseau, Neoter, assignor.) 

Brennan, James W., and N. Rousseau, Chicago, HI. Mechanism for preventing induced 

currents in telephone-lines 

Brennan, Thomas, ft al. (See Wolfe, Harvey R., assignor.) 

Brennan, Thomas W. and D. J., Wexford, Iowa. Wheel-cultivator 

Brennan, William F., assignorof one-fourth to J. H. Brennan, Providence, R. I. Combined 

watch-key and or oss-bar for watch-chains 

Brennan, William T., Worcester, Mass. Machine for drawing wire 

Brenner, David H, Grand Rapids, Mich. Weight-motor 

Brenner, Jacob, JJew York. N Y. Calendar 

Brenner, Max, New York, N. Y. Convertible garment 

Brent, Edmund J., Muscatine, Iowa. Window-screen frame. 

Brentano, Simon, New York, N. Y. Conduit for telegraph or telephone lines 

Brenzinger, Adam, assignor to A. Beck & Co., Sew York, N. Y. Quilting-machine 

Bresnahan, Cornelius, assignor of one-half to D. Battle, Detroit, Mich. Vacuum-relief for 
fire-engine boilers and heaters 

Bretney, Edwin V., Louisville, Ky. Harness-saddle 

Brett, George, assignor to 0. R. Peck, Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Pump 

Brett, Thomas, Cleveland, Ohio. Fire-proof safe 

Brettell, George E. , Rochester, N. Y. Iron-planer. (Reissue) 

Brevoort, Henry L. (See Thomas and Brevoort.) 

Brewer, Adolph P., New York, N. Y. Clothes-line coupling 

Brewer, Frank L., Bedford, Iowa. Attachment for check-rowers 

Brewer, Roland L., assignor to Colts Patent Fire- Arms Manufacturing Company, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Breech-loading fire-arm '. 

Brewer, Russell, New York, assignor of one-fifth to G. Engels, Brooklyn, N. Y. Car-axle box 

Brewster, Edward E., Holly, Mich. Rein-holder 

Brewster, Elias M., Norwich, Conn. Tea-kettle 

Brewster, Henry, et al. (See Mott, George A., assignor.) 

Brewster, Henry, H al. (See Ostmire, William A., assignor.) 

Brewster, Henry, H al. (See Stahm6i, Herman F., assignor.) 

Brewster, Joseph W. (See Kelly, Dennis, assignor.) 

Brewtnall, Arthur W., Westminster, England. Suspending and circuit-controlling mech- 
anism for electroliers 

Breyer, Charles A , Philadelphia, Pa. Soap 

Breyer, Joseph, assignor of one-half to J. Kauffman, Cincinnati, Ohio. Lock 

Breyfogle, William L. (See Van Dusen, Charles, assignor.) 

Brick, Samuel R.. Staploton, N. Y. Safety gas-tank for vessels 

Bricker, David. (See Gettv and Brioker.) 

Brickett, John, Danforth, 111. Check -rower 

Brickhouse, John B., Clarksvillo, Tenn. Device for lifting wagon-bodies 

Bricknell, Augustus L. (See Quatremaine, George W.. assignor.) 

Bride, Cotter T., Washington, D. C. Pipe-joint packing 

Bridewell, Richard F., San Francisco, Cal.' Si reet-car propulsion 

Bridge, John, Detroit, Mich. Car-coupling link 

Bridge, Lewis. (See Gormly and Bridge.) 

Bridgeport Automatic Safety Ladder and Hardware Company. (See Stever, Jeremiah, as- 
signor.) 

.Bridgeport Bras3 Company. (See Reed, Thomas S., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Somers, George K., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Somers aud Stoddard, assignors.) 

Bridges', Charles, San Fernando, Cal. Equalizing apparatus for pumping and other ma- 
chinery 



No. 



290,545 
285,791 

276,761 
289,613 

280,287 



271,193 
272,850 
272,851 
272,852 
275.351 
276,762 
282,489 



274,901 

274,902 
286,897 

288,919 
280,790 

285,456 

280,566 
277,672 

200,734 
270,731 

281,829 



271,408 



287,092 

277,874 

274,903 
289,805 
277,875 
284,270 
285,106 

281,964 

274.710 
289,884 

277,862 
275,576 
273,663 
286.996 
10,410 

289.334 
277,073 

279,324 
285,217 
282,609 
279.635 



284,805 
269,823 
285,382 

283,962 

284.603 
287,502 

274,434 
279,325 
275,460 



270,007 



Date. 



Dec. 25 
Oct. 2 



May 
Dec. 



June 26 

Jan. 23 

Feb. 27 

Feb. 27 

Feb. 27 

Apr. 10 

May 1 

Aug. 7 

Apr. 3 

Apr. 3 
Oct. 16 

Nov. 20 
July 10 

Sept. 25 

July 3 
May 15 

Dec. 25 
Jan. 16 

July 24 



Monthly 
volume. 



1877 
13 



304 
300 

2052 



1688 
1019 
1620 
1621 
635 
304 
11 



12 

13 

1408 

1414 
572 

1590 

274 
1426 

1742 
1124 

1885 



I 
Jan. 30 1964 



Oct. 23 

May 22 

Apr. 3 
Dec. 11 

May 28 
Sept. 4 
Sept. 18 

July 24 

Mar. 27 
Dec. 11 

May 15 
Apr. 10 
Mar. 6 
Oct. 23 
Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 
May 15 

June 12 
Sept. 18 
Aug. 7 
June 19 



Sept. 11 
Jan. 2 
Sept. 25 

Aug. 28 

Sept. 11 
Oct. 30 

Mar. 20 
Juno 12 
Apr. 10 



Jan. 



1663 

1668 

15 
539 

1669 
139 

1170 

2053 

1891 
643 

1646 

925 

538 

1538 

1969 

1922 
1427 

887 
1301 

102 
1276 



798 

3 

1500 

1806 

543 

2178 

1528 
t90 

781 



215 



518 
4 



78 



;576 

[577 

487 
452 
453 
453 
170 
7'J 
3 



4 
;386 

[387 

390 

159 

,446 

1447 

75 

385 

481 
322 

515 



568 



455 

4 

150 

455 

39 

328 

C562 

I 563 

527 

179 

449 
251 
145- 
424 

547 

534 
385 

247 

366 

49 

354 



223 
"•422 
511 



154 
591 

420 
247 
209 



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Gazette. 



02 23 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



39 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bridges, Charles, San Fernando, Cal. Ladder 

Bridges, David A., assignor of three-fourths to J. Gage, Vineland, N. J. Bench-plane 

Bridges, Dennis M.. Woodstock, 111. Gate 

Bridges, John E. (See Bickle and Endues.) 

Bridges, John K., Philadelphia, Pa. Knitting-machine 

Bridges. Mary J., assignor to herself and M. E. Gunn, Wimherly Mill, Tex. Combined 

clothes-washer and churn 

Bridgman. Almon, Berlin, and J. Challoner. Omro, assignors to Yates Manufacturing Com-i 

panv, Berlin, Wis. Wood-polishing machine J 

Bnerlv. Fitzroy K., New Brighton, Pa. Coffee-mill 

Bnigel, Leo A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Circuit-closer for electric alarms 

Bri"g, William W.. Washington, D. C. Auger and gimlet 

Brigg. William W.. Washington, D. C. Boring-bit 

Brigg, William W., Washington, D. C., assignor of one-half to P. F. Herwig, New Orleans, 

La. Leather-cutter 

Brigg. William W., Washington, D. C, assignor of one-half to P. F. Herwig, New Orleans, 

LaT Leather-cutter 

Briggs, Chester C. (See Briggs, George S., assignor.) 

Briggs & Co , F. H. & D. (See Woodman, Joseph C, assignor.) 

Briggs, George, Xow Sharon, Iowa. Bee-hive 

Briggs. George S., assignor of one-third to C. C. Briggs, Rockford, HI. Check-rower fori 

planters 



Briggs, J. Smith, Kankakee, HI. Coin-harvester 

Briggs, John X., Coeymans, X. T. Snow-plow 

Briggs, Joshua, Peterborough, N. H. Folding stool 

Briggs. Lucius. (See Darling, James, assignor.) 

Briggs, M. Willeit, et al. (See Byard, Washington I., assignor.) 

Briggs, Marvin A., assignor of one-half to O. P. Clifton, Pataskala, Ohio. Churn 

Briggs, Orlando P., assignor to D. H. Donovan, Chicago, Dl. Barbed fence-wire 

P.i iggs, Orlando P., assignor to Thorn Wire Hedge Company, Chicago, HI. Machine for^ 
making barbed wire 5 

Brig::*. Orlando P.. assignor to Thorn Wire Hedge Company, Chicago, HI. Wire-barbing) 
machine J 

Briggs. Orlando P.. assignor to Thorn Wire Hedge Company, Chicago, HI. Machine for 
stringing barbs on wires - 

Briggs Oscar E., Binghamton, N. Y. Bracket-seat 

Richard F.. Salisbury, Mass. Two- wheeled vehicle 

Briggs, Richard H., and J. H. Dougherty. Whistler, Ala. Car-door fastening 

Briggs, Warren R., Bridgeport, Conn. Tuning-pin for stringed instruments 

Briggs, William H., and W. Bobinson, Chicago, 111., assignors to Adams & Westlako Man- 
ufacturing Company, of Michigan. Lamp 

Brigham, Jonathan W., assignor of one-half to T. A. Hodgkins. Bockford, HI. Seed-plant- 
ing machine 

Brigham, Lyscorn. Orangeville Mills, Mich. Soft-ground horseshoe 

Brigham, Lysoom, Orangeville Mills, Mich. Soft-ground horseshoe 

Brigham, Waldo B., et al. (See Knowlton, Albion, assignor.) 

Brigham. AVilbar F.. et al. (See Knowlton. Albion, assignor.) 

Bright, Harvey S., Van Alstyne, Tex. Medicinal compound 

Bright. Richard A., Jr., Providence, assignor to himself and M. Fish, Valley Falls, B. I. 
Cigar-machino 

Brill. George M.. Philadelphia, Pa. Car-brake 

Brillinger. Edwin, York, Pa. Wood-graining machine 

Brillinger. Samuel. (See Beam and Brillinger.) 

Brimer. Jacob B. and W. M.. Richland Centre, Wis. Elevator 

Brimer. William M. iSee Brimer, Jacob B. and W. M.) 

Brimhall. Elmore. (See Day, Thomas, assignor.) 

Brinck, Albert, et al. (See Stunner, August, assignor.) 

BrinkerhotT, Alexander W., Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Tobacco-pouch 

Brink erhoff, Alexander W., Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Ink-bottle 

Brinkerhoff, Alexander W., Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Ointment-injector 



;-table . 



Brinkerhoff. Alexander W.. Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Operatin; 

Brinkerhoff, Alexander AY, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Deflector for railway passenger-cars . 
Brinkerhoff. Jacob and W. M., Auburn. N. Y., assignors to Washburn & Moen Manufac- 
turing Company, Worcester, Mass. Erecting wire fences 

BrinkerhofF. Warren M. (See Brinkerhoff. Jacob and W. M.) 

Brinkerhotf. Warren M., Auburn, X. Y. Lubricating mechanism 

Brinkerhoff, Warren M., Auburn, X. Y. Stay-roller for sliding doors 

Brinkerhoff, Warren M, Auburn, N. Y. Stay-roller for sliding doors 

Brinkhoff. Julius. Pittsburg, Pa. Vegetable slicer and grater 

Brintnall. Thomas M., Kansas City, Mo. Blind-stop 

Brinton, Caleb, Chicago. 111. Door-hanger 



Briuton, Caleb, Chicago, 111. Door-hanger 

lb iiiti.n, Caleb, Chicago, HI. Door-hanger 

Brintzinghoffer, George, Philadelphia, Pa. Brush 

Briody. Bamad. Detroit. Mich. Safety-guard for railways 

Briody. Edward. (See Gregg and Briody.) 

Brisben. William M., Philadelphia, Pa. Insulating underground electric wires 

Brisben. William W.. Cleveland. Ohio. Lubricator 

Brislin, David A.. St. Louis. Mo. Faucet 

Brislin, John J . assignor to E. S. Lewis, Albany, N. Y. Device for joining the ends of 
leather belting 



Brissard, Henri A., Paris. France. Ruling-machine 

Brissett. Henry R.. Lowell, and J. Howe. Tyngsborough. Mass.; said Brissett assignor to 

said Howe. Composition for coating and insulating underground wires 

Brisson, Exavier, et al. (See Savoie. Joseph, assignor.) 
Brisson, Louis, et al. (See Savoie, Joseph, assignor.) 

Bristol. Edmund R., Madison. Wis. Car-brake 

Bristol, Edmund R.. Madison. Wis. Car-brake 

Bristow. Albert W., Boston, Mass. Clothes-line clamp 



No. 



270,008 
271,509 
273,452 

270,928 

273,453 

285,728 

284,271 
287^18 
270,200 
274,711 

273,018 

273,019 

280,126 

288,158 

286,772 
2i-5,383 

272,853 



278,391 
272,407 

281,443 
281,444 

282 698 
272,522 
279.531 
281.174 
277,211 

272,203 

290,389 
285,562 
285,563 



275,352 

279,125 
286.773 
288,302 

277,212 



271.028 
275,983 
277,213 

283,199 

280,381 

287,222 

282,837 
287.223 
290.521 
290,390 
274,881 

286,774 

289,885 

289,886 
290,522 
279,700 



Date. 



278,087 
281.010 
286,256 

272,523 
286,382 

283,200 



270,732 
281,445 

285,005 



Jan. 2 
Jan. 30 
Mar. 6 

Jan. 23 

Mar. 6 

Sept. 25 

Sept. 4 
Oct. 30 
Jan. 9 
Mar. 27 

Feb. 27 

Feb. 27 

June 26 
Nov. 6 

Oct. 16 

Sept.. 25 

Feb. 27 



May 29 
Feb. 20 

July 17 
July 17 

Aug. 7 
Feb. 20 
June 19 
July 10 
May 8 

Feb. 13 

Dec. 18 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 25 



Apr. 10 

June 12 
Oct. 16 
Nov. 13 

May 8 



Jan. 23 

Apr. 17 

May 8 

Aug. 14 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 23 

Aug. 7 

Oct. 23 

Dec. 18 

Dec. 18 

Mar. 27 

Oct. 16 

Dec. 11 

Dec. 11 

Dec. 18 

June 19 

May 22 

July 10 

Oct. 9 

Feb. 20 

Oct. 9 



Aug. 14 



Jan. 16 
July 17 
Sept. 18 



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volume. 



216 

2167 
273 

1362 

274 
1919 

140 

2348 
440 
1891 

1820 

1821 

1861 

448 

1247 
1501 

1621 



2.338 
1039 

1375 

1384 



268 
1181 
1159 
1026 

878 

767 

1265 
1710 
1711 



655 

1251 

634 



1485 
1441 

881 

869 
756 

1830 

431 
1831 
1457 
1267 
2100 

1251 

644 

646 
1458 
1353 

1917 

826 
584 

1182 
758 



870 



1125 

1387 
1048 



62 

624 
74 

(392 
$393 

74 

(544 

$545 

39 

633 

129 

527 

510 

510 



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525 

125 

26 

338 

422 

(453 

$454 



639 
291 
(379 
$ 380 
(380 
$381 

77,78 
330 
321 
287 
233 

212 

355 

483 
483 



179 
338 
174 

234 



428 
397 
234 
(242 
$243 
204 

501 

122 

501 

402 

356 

583 

(338 

$339 

(179 

$180 

180 

403 

377 

526 
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160 

330 

(204 
$205 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Britton, Channing M., et al. (See Mott, George A., assignor.) 

Britton, Channing M., et al. (See Ostmire, William A., assignor.) 

Britton, Channing M., et al. (See Stahmer, Herman F., assignor.) 

Britton, John W., et al. (See Mott, George A., assignor.) 

Britton, John W., et al. (See Ostmire, William A., assignor.) 

Britton, John W., et al. (See Stahmer, Herman F., assignor.) 

Britton, Matthew. (See Wiswall, Alvah, assignor.) 

Broadbeck, Jacob. (See Miller, Jacob D., assignor.) 

Broadbent, Frederick, Providence, K. I. Kink-catcher for spinning-frames 

Brobst, Charles A., Behrersburg, Pa. Bag-fastener 

Brobst, Daniel, Portland, Mich. Booting compound 

Brock, Alvan D. , Washington, D. C. Manufacture of coiled metallic pipes 

Brock, E. F., et al. (See Wood, Edwin A., assignor.) 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor to McKay and Copeland Lasting Machine Com- 
pany, Portland, Me. Lasting boots and shoes 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor to McKay & Copeland Lasting Machine Com- 
pany, Portland, Me. Lasting-macjiine 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor to McKay & Copeland Lasting Machine Com- 
pany, Portland, Me. Lasting-machine 

Brock, William E., Dunellen, N. J., assignor to Arnold & Wendt, New York, N. Y. Win- 
dow-screen 

Brock, William H., Corono, assignor of four-tenths to J. W. Alexander, New York, N. Y. 
Bos-nailing machine 

Brock, William M., assignor of one-half to W. H. Douty, Shamokin, Pa. Telephone cen- 
tral-office apparatus 

Brockett, Atwater E. (See Wilbur, George W., assignor.) 

Brockner, Washington. (See Eandel, Charles D., assignor.) 

Brockner, Washington. (See Bandel and Brockner.) 

Brockunier, Charles W., Bridgeport, Ohio, and D. C. Biploy, Pittsburg, Pa. Glass-anneal-' 
ing leer 

Brockway, Anna, In gall's Crossing, N. Y. Fruit-bleacher 

Broderick, John, etal. (See Conway, Michael L., assignor.) 

Broderick, Thomas M. (See Gilbert, George S., assignor.) 

Broderick, Thomas, Pittsburg, Pa. Hame-tug 

Broderick, Thomas, Pittsburg, Pa. Thill-lug 

Brokaw, Norman H., Marinette, Wis. Block-presser for wood-paper-pnlp machines 

Brokaw, Norman H., Marinette, Wis. Block-presser for wood-paper-pulp machines. (Ee- 



No. 



issue) . 



Brolly, Hugh, Albany, N. Y. Tailor's measure 

Bromley, James M., assignor to W. E. Smith, Plattsburg, N. Y. Two-wheeled vehicle. . - 

Brong, James E., and E. A. Carter, Canisteo, N. Y. Lumber for walls 

Bronner, Julius, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Purifying impure anthrachinone and 

alizar" 



Bronnum, Lars F., New York, N. Y. Knockdown or portable building 

Bronson, Edgar B., San Antonio, Tex. Gun-case 

Bronson, James M., Chicago, 111. Removable book-cover 

Bronson, John G., Chicago, 111. Window-ventilator 

Bronson, Thomas J., and A. Armstrong, Jacksonville, HI. Railway sleeper and chair 

Bronson, Thomas J., and A. Armstrong, Jacksonville, 111. Kailway-tie 

Brook, Thomas J. (See Sayles and Brook.) 

Brooke, Aries P., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to W. Brookfield, Brooklyn, N. Y. Press and 

mold for molding glass 

Brooke, Francis M., Philadelphia, Pa. Attachment for printing-presses 

Brooke, Homer, Jersey City, N. J. Molding screw-forms in plastic material 

Brooke, Isaac, Boyer's Ford, Pa. Inkstand 

Brooke, Isaac, Boyer's Ford, Pa. Inkstand 

Brooke, Isaac, Boyer's Ford, Pa. Inkstand 

Brooke, Thomas G., Newark, Ohio. Corn and fodder binding device 

Brookes, Elijah, Hawarden, county of Flint, England. Toasting-fork 

Brookfield, William. (See Brooke, Aries P., assignor.) 

Brookmire, James H., St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for mixing sugar 

Brooks, Adolphus E., Jefferson, Ga. Cultivator , 

Brooks, Alfred A. , Cambridge, Mass Boot or shoe sole 

Brooks, Austin A., assignor of one-half to J. A. Whitfield and H. M. Wilcox, Eau Claire, 

Wis. Car-truck 

Brooks, Byron A. (See Knowles, Edward R., assignor.) 

Brooks, Byron A., Flushing, N. Y. Type- writing machine 

Brooks, Byron A., New York, N. Y. Type-writer 

Brooks, Byron A., New York, N. Y. Type- writing machine 

Brooks, Charles A., Lenox, Iowa. Trace-carrier 

Brooks & Co., E. J. (See Brooks, Edward J., assignor.) 
Brooks & Co., E. J. (See Penfold, Alexander D., assignor.) 

Brooks, David D., Washington, S. C. Millstone-dress 

Brooks, Douglas A., et al. (See Farmer, James C, assignor.) 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Co., New York, N. Y.) 

Car-door fastening 5 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Co., New York, N. Y. 

Metallic tag 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Co., New York, N. Y. 

Metallic seal 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Co., New York, N. Y. 

Seal-lock for car-doors 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Co., New York, N. Y. 
1 1-lock 



Seal-: 



Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Co., New York, N. Y. 
Metallic seal 

Brooks, Ethan, West Springfield, Mass. Connection-well for steam street-mains 

Brooks, Howard F., Chicago, 111. Child's carriage 

Brooks, James W., trustee. (See Glidden, Charles W., assignor.) 
Brooks, James W., et al., trustees. (See Gotldu, Louis, assignor.) 
Brooks, James W., et al., trustees. (See Hopkins, William P., assignor.) 

Brooks, John, Plainfield, N. J. Printing-press 



280,567 
281,663 
284,371 
276,763 



284,174 
286,898 
288,689 
290,173 
285,729 
282,699 



270,929 

287,224 



272,641 
290,523 
271,409 

10,429 

277,453 

281,337 
285,218 

275,128 
271,308 
290,205 

290,846 

270,733 
277,000 
289,806 

275,984 
288,404 
283,321 
271,410 
279,532 
280,568 
277,214 
270,277 

278.392 
275,577 
280,791 

278,495 

272,023 
273.454 
274,262 
274,712 



284,535 

270,874 

278,214 
278,866 
285,219 

285,384 

286,775 
275,129 
276,955 



274,558 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



July 3 
July 24 

Sept. 4 
May 1 



Sept. 4 
Oct. 16 
Nov. 20 
Dec. 11 
Sept. 25 
Aug. 7 



Jan. 23 
Oct. 23 



Feb. 20 
Dec. 18 
Jan. 30 

Dec. 25 
May 15 

July 17 

Sept. 18 

Apr. 3 
Jan. 30 
Dec. 18 

Dec. 25 

Jan. 16 
May 8 
Dec. 11 



Apr. 17 
Nov. 13 
Aug. 14 
Jan. 30 
June 19 
July 3 
May 8 
Jan. 9 

May 29 
Apr. 10 
July 10 

May 29 

Feb. 13 

Mar. 6 

Mar. 20 

Mar. 27 



Sept. 4 

Jan. 16 

May 22 

June 5 

Sept. 18 

Sept. 25 

Oct. 16 
Apr. 3 
May 1 

Mar. 27 



275 

1663 

257 

306 



19 
1409 
1137 

982 
1921 

278 



1364 
1833 



1337 
1459 
1965 

2103 

1166 

1247 
1302 

329 

1828 
1030 

1878 

1125 

612 

540 



1442 
785 
1017 
1906 
11C0 
277 
882 
531 

2339 
926 
573 

2467 

547 
275 
1309 
1892 



460 

1288 

2084 

265 

1303 

1502 

1253 
333 
553 



1712 



75 
454 



79 

5 

387 
313 
277 
545 
78,79 



(393 

)394 

501 



375 
403 
568 

580 
C313 
}314 

346 

307 

91 

5:0 

290 
(518 
$519 
322 
160 
151 



397 
212 
285 
568 
321 
76 
234 
156 

640 
251 
160 

673 

148 

74, 75 

361 

528 



130 

(371 
$372 

574 

76 

367 

423 

339 
91 
144 



(475 
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( Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



41 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



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Official 
Gazette. 



Brooks, John, Plainfield, N. J. Inking apparatus for printing-presses 

Brooks, John, Detroit, Mich. Pill-machine 

Brooks. John, and W. Scully, Detroit, Mich. Gear-cutter 

Brooks^ John C, assignor to Textile Manufacturing Company, "Westfield, Mass. Casket- 

knoh 

Brooks, Joseph A., Denmark, Tenn. Straw-cutter 

Brooks, Leonard R., Spring Valley, N. Y. Road-scraper 

Brooks. Merritt S., Chester, Conn. Tap-wrench 

Brooks, Oliver N., Guilford, Conn. Fire-escape 

Brooks, Reese G., Scrauton. Pa. Railway-switch adjusting and locking device 

Brooks, Theodore L., Port Byron, N. Y. Feeding device for horses 

Brooks, Thomas A., et al. (See Hutson, "William L., assignor.) 

Brooks, Willard P., Topeka, Kans. Fence-post 

Brooks, "William H., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for generating vapor from liquid hydro-i 

carbon ! 

Brooks, "William H., New York, N. Y. Hydrocarbon-burner 

Brooks, "William H.. New York, N. Y. Utilizing the waste heat of furnaces 

Broomall. John M. Jr., et al. (See Bott, Joseph E., assignor.) 

Broome. Joseph B., Oswego, N. Y. Hat-holder 

Brosemann, Ernst. (See Odiorne and Brosemann.) 

Brosius, John M., East Dallas. Tex. Running-gear 

Brostrom, Charles A., Rock Island, HI. Harrow 

Brotherhood, Fred, Charleston, S. C. Excavating and apparatus therefor 

Brotherhood. Peter, Lam beth, county of Surrey, England. Multiple-cylinder engine 

Brothers, Eli and J., Lynn, Mass. Pinchers 

Brothers, Joseph. (See Brothers, Eli and J.) 

Brott. Graham, Waterford. N. Y. Telegraph- wire coupling 

Brottor, George "W. (See. Graves and Brottor.) 

Brouiih, Thomas J., Baltimore, Md. Carburetor 

Bronghton, Frederick. (See Harmer, Henry, assignor.) 
Brower. Calvin W. (Seo Angus, Robert B., assignor.) 

Brower, George "W., Crawfordsville. Ind. Hay elevator and carrier 

Brower, John, Woodland, Cal. Adjustable grate for stoves and ranges 

Brower, Joseph W.. Indianapolis, Ind. Coal-oil stove 

Brower, Warren, Newburg, N. Y. Machine for sanding brick-molds 

Brown, Abner S.. Cambridge, Nebr. Tongue-support 

Brown, Abram C. (See Barker, John, assignor.) 

Brown, Addison P., New York, N. Y. Combined pocket-knife and cigar-cutter 

Brown, Adolph G., Now York. N. Y. Box for stationery 

Brown. Ainsworth. Colorado Springs, Colo. Rolling window-screen 

Brown, Albert, Mendocino, Cal. Paper-bag and twine holder combined 

Brown, Alexander C. (See Brown, William L. and A. C.) 

Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio. Hoisting and conveying machine 

Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio. Hoisting and conveying machine 

Brown, Alexander T., Syracuse, N. Y. Breech-loading gun 

Brown, Alexander T., Syracuse, N. Y. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Brown, Alexander T., assignor of one-half to H. H. Lincoln, Syracuse, N. Y. Fire-es- 
cape 

Brown, Alexander T., assignor to L. C. Smith, Syracuse, N. Y. Gun-lock 

Brown, Anna M. (See Long, Oliver, assignor.) 

Brown, Arthur L. (See Hoppin and Brown.) 

Brown, Augustus. (See Fredricks and Brown.) 

Brown. Campbell C, et al. (See Onderdonk, Lansing, assignor.) 

Brown, Charles, Winterthur, Switzerland. Railway running-gear 

Brown, Charles, Lynn, Mass., assignor to American Staple Sewing Machine Company,? 
Putnam, Conn. Boot and shoe sewing machine 5 

Brown, Charles A., E. B. Denison, andO. D. Brown, Portland, Me. Box-board 

Brown, Charles B., St. Lotus, Mo. Door-knob attachment 

Brown, Charles B., Chicago, HI. Thirahle-skein 

Brown, Charles D. (See Brown, Denison, and Brown.) 

Brown, Charles E. W., Pittsburg, Pa. Device for truing grindstones and emery-wheels . . 

Brown, Charles H., et al. (See Farmer. James C, assignor.) 

Brown, Charles O. (See Cunningham, Fieldon B., assignor.) 

Brown, Charles R. (See Timoney and Brown.) 

Brown, Charles T., assignor of one-half to F. L. Brown, Chicago, HI. Car starter and brake . 

Brown & Co. (See Yakel, Levi, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Brown & Co., R. H. (See Reid, Charles H., assignor.) 

Brown, D. Austin, Boston, Mass. Device for handling glassware 

Brown. Daniel C, North Collins, N. Y. Sap-spout 

Brown, David H. (See Davis and Brown.) 

Brown, David J. (See Heston and Brown.) 

Brown. David R., St. Louis, Mo. Harvester 

Brown, E. C, et al. (See Cowcll, Edward R. E., assignor.) 

Brown, E. Herman, Baltimore, Md. Fire-escape 

Brown, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Open-grate stove 

Brown, Edward B., Brimfield, Mass. Stock-car 

Brown, Edward R., Spartenburg, S. C. Car-coupling 

Brown. Edwin. Worcester. Mass. Mechanism for making belts, &c 

Brown. Edwin H.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Mechanical musical instrument 

Brown. Erastus E. (See Cook, James W., assignor.) 

Brown, F. Barton, assignor of one-half to G. Frost & Co., Boston, Mass. Clasp 

Brown. F. Barton, assignor of one-half to G. Frost & Co.. Boston, Mass. Clasp 

Brown, Felix. "New York, N. Y. Lubricator for journals 

Brown. Felix, New York, N. Y. Fog-signal 

Brown. Fernando. (See Talbot and Brown.) 
Brown, Flora L. (See Brown, Charles T., assignor.) 

Brown. Francis W., Rochester, N. Y. Insulating, carrying, and laying electric wires 

Brown. Frank. (See Dunbar, Junius H., assignor.) 

Brown, Frank, Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Fence-post 



280,127 
290,524 
276,346 

270,177 
284,175 
284,604 
272,408 
285,564 
274,713 
289,214 

284,806 

272,373 

273,942 
278,496 

290,735 

270,382 
290,525 
285,565 
284,372 
278,680 

272,524 

284,373 



273,455 
271,214 
271,215 
290,736 
272,024 

274,714 
275,578 
285,006 
288,204 

281,011 

281,446 

274,435 
282,838 

272,642 
289,062 



278,770 

272,409 

289,383 
273,943 
279,909 

275,579 



June 26 
Deo. 18 
Apr. 24 

Jan. 2 
Sept. 4 
Sept. 11 
Feb. 20 
Sept. 25 
Mar. 27 
Nov. 27 

Sept. 11 

Feb. 13 

Mar. 13 
May 29 

Dec. 25 

Jan. 9 
Dec. 18 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 4 
June 5 

Feb. 20 

Sept. 4 



Mar. 6 

Jan. 30 

Jan. 30 

Dec. 25 

Feb. 13 

Mar. 27 

Apr. 10 

Sept. 18 

Nov. 13 

July 10 

July 17 

Mar. 20 

Aug. 7 

Feb. 20 

Nov. 27 



June 5 

Feb. 20 

Dec. 4 
Mar. 13 
June 26 

Apr. 10 



277.863 May 15 



275,130 
287,414 

276,764 

284,808 
273,456 

288,405 

277,674 
279,219 
278,771 

281,536 
284,943 
280,569 

284,807 



288,002 



Apr. 3 
Oct. 30 



May 1 

Sept. 11 
Mar. 6 

Nov. 13 

May 15 
June 12 
June 5 

Sept. 4 
Sept. 11 
July 3 

Sept. 11 



Nov. 6 



275,131 1 Apr. 3 



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1460 
1903 

410 
21 

544 
1040 
1711 
1893 

1778 

799 
973 

905 

2467 

1743 



14C3 

1713 

258 



1183 
259 



277 
1715 
1716 
1744 

549 

1895 
927 

1048 
513 

827 

1387 

1529 
432 

1338 
1596 



114 

1041 

14 

906 

1600 

928 



1046 



334 
2069 



307 

802 
279 

786 

1428 
754 
116 

461 
960 

278 

800 



273 
334 



525 
C403 
I 404 

528 

120 

5 

154 

291 

483 
528 
492 

223 

(272 

$273 

247 

673 

482 

196 

404 

484 

71 

2 

330 

72 



75 
496 
497 
482 
148 

528 
252 
294 
142 

(230 
( 231 
(381 
$382 
421 
122 

375 
442 



32, 33 
291 

'20-2 



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247 
448 



252 



449 



92 
562 



79,80 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Brown, Frank C, et al. (See Lutz, Charles H, assignor.) 

Brown, Frank M., Boston, and C. B. Bosworth, Everett, Mass., assignors to Helios Elec- 
tric Light Company of Maine. Commutator for dynamo-electric machines 

Brown, Fred H., Boulder, Colo. Apparatus for detecting mineral ores 

Brown, George, et al. (See Stamour, John B., assignor.) 

Brown, George L. (See Bruck, David T., assignor.) 

Biown, George W., Galeshurg, 111. Seed-planter. (Reissue) 

Brown, George W., Galeshurg, 111. Corn-planter 

Brown, George W., Galeshurg, 111. Corn-planter 

Brown, George W., Galeshurg, 111. Corn-planter 

Brown, George W., Galeshurg, 111. Corn-planter check r rower 

Brown, George W., and H. Lambert, Salem, N. J. Can-filling machine 

Brown, George W., and J. C. Tunniclifi", Galeshurg, HI. Corn-planter check-rower 

Brown, Gilman W., West Newbury, Mass. Mechanism for indicating the longitudinal 

expansion of the operative cord of a steam-engine indicator 

Brown, Henry H.. Spencerport, N. T. Fruit-press 

Brown, Henry S., Hartford, Conn. Shrinkage-gage 

Brown, Heston & Co. (See Heston, David, assignor.) 
Brown, Heston & Co. (See Heston and Brown, assignors.) 
Brown, Ira, et al. (See Kelly, Robert M., assignor.)' 

Brown, Israel F., New London, Conn. "Wood-screw 

Brown, Israel F., New London, Conn. Car-truck 

Brown, .rackson. (See Smith, James "W"., assignor.) 

Brown, Jamep, Paine s Hollow, N. T. Car-coupling 

Brown, James H, Ottawa, 111. Oil-can for oiling machinery 

Brown, James 0., Bangor, Me., assignor to Brown Quadr'icycle Company, Philadelphia, 

Pa. Velocipede (Reissue) 

Brown, John, assignor to J. W. Tufts, Medfbrd, Mass. Head for siphon-bottles 

Brown, John C, Davenport Centre, N. Y. Butter-package 

Brown, John H., Hihana, Ohio. Cotton-chopper 

Brown, John H., assignor to Brown Standard Fire Arms Company, New York, N. Y. 

Breech -loadin s fire-arm 

Brown, John Hi, assignor to Brown Standard Fire Arms Company, New York, N. Y. 

Gun-barrel - 

Brown, John H, assignor to Brown Standard Fire Arms Company, New York, N. Y. 

Sight for fire-arms 

Brown, John H, assignor to Brown Standard Fire Arms Company, New York, N. Y. 

Fire- 



Brown, John W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for drying malt 

Brown, John W., Jr., Baltimore, Md. Machine for cutting green corn from the cob 

Brown, Joseph R., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Automatic Fire Extinguisher Company, 

New York, N. Y. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Brown, Joseph B., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Automatic Fire Extinguisher Company, 

New York, N. Y. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Brown. Joseph K., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Automatic Fire Extinguisher Company, 

New York, N. Y. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Brown, Joseph B., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Automatic Fire Extinguisher Company, 

New York, N. Y. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Brown, Joseph K., Providence, R. I., assignor to Automatic Firo Extinguisher Company, 

New York, N. Y. Automatic firo-extinguisher 

Brown, Joshua, assignor of one-half to F. Hardwick, Quincy, Mass. Key-hole guard 

Brown, Joshua, Jr., 'New York, N. Y. Sign ' 

Brown. Justus N. , watonna, Minn. Portfolio : . - ._. 

Brown, Leander S., Sharpshurg, Pa. Ash-sifting shovel 

Brown, Lorenzo D. (See Stevens, Nathan P., assignor.) 
Brown, Lucian, et al. (See Stamour, John B., assignor.) 

Brown, M. Harrison, and C. F. Hyde, Ottawa, Kans. Combined wire and picket fence 

Brown Manufacturing Company, 0. E. (See Rickerson, Sherman B., assignor.) 
Brown, Martin B. (See Van Allen, Georce W., assignor.) 

Brown, Morgan W., assignor to W. Qninlan, Brooklyn, N. Y. Preparing papor for copy- 
ing purposes 

Brown Quadricycle Company. (Sea Brown. James 0., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Brown, Reuben H., New Haven, Conn. Calipers 

Brown, Reuben H, New Haven, Conn. Calipers 

Brown, Richard, Alliance, Ohio. Foundry-ladle gear 

Brown, Richard H., assignor of one-half to J. Reed, Omaha, Nebr. Furnace for heating 

tubes 



Robert, Springfield, Ohio. Wheel 

Robert B., St. Louis, Mo. Manufacture of oil from oleaginous seed 

Rufus H., et al. (See Enos, John A., assignor.) 

Samuel, San Francisco, Cal. Safety car-truck 

& Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Beale, Oscar J., assignor.) 
& Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Carleton, Cyrus, assignor.) 

S.las M., Mount Gilead, Ohio. Cider and wine press 

Standard Fire Arms Company. (See Brown, John H, assignor.) 

Thomas B., Mount Vernon. Ind. Match-safe 

Thomas H, Milwaukee, Wis. Two- wheeled vehicle 

Thomas H, Jr., assignor to S. Clary, Chicago, 111. Box-fastener 

, Thomas J. , and G. McGowan, Pentield, N. Y. Fruit-drier 

Tilghman A., Worthincrton, Ind. Tea or coffeo pot 

, Timothy S., and G. Williams, Roseville, Cal. Harrow 

Timothy Y., et al, trustees. (See Cocheu, Noah L., assignor.) 

Wencol, assignor of one-half to J. B. Erwin, Milwaukee, Wis. Sewing-machine 
le. 



William, Duncannon, Pa. 
Brown, William, Duncannon, Pa. 



Lightning-conductor 

Automatic nail-plate feeder 



Brown, William, Worcester, Mass. Tally-board 

Brown, William, assignor of one-half to T. Lang, West Point, Ga. Lease-rod for looms... 

Brown, William A., and J. F. Smith, Terrell, Tex. Smoko and cinder conductor 

Brown, William E., and H. J. Durgiu, Irving, Kans. Machine for painting wire fences . . 



280,288 
274,882 



10,294 

278,497 

278,498 
278,499 
278,500 
289,807 
278,653 

284,176 
281,830 
271,411 



281,831 
286,776 

287,415 
290,206 

10,307 
289,063 
273,020 
276,557 

290,737 

290,738 

290,739 

290,740 
277,876 
273,457 

278,215 

278,216 

278,217 

278,218 

278,219 
269,824 
276,558 
284,272 
281,012 

277,877 



283,322 

288,770 
288,771 
289,499 

273,944 

285,730 

287.801 
285,220 

280,442 



280,570 

289,500 
286,174 
287,093 
270,278 
285,731 
283,069 



278,303 
271,029 

277,215 

283,750 
288,303 
276,664 
276.34'! 



June 26 
Mar. 27 



Mar. 13 

May 29 

May 29 

May 29 

May 29 

Dec. 11 

May 29 

Sept. 4 

July 24 

Jan. 30 



July 24 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 30 
Dec. 18 

Apr. 10 
Nov. 27 
Feb. 27 
May 1 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 25 
May 22 
Mar. 6 

May 22 

May 22 

May 22 

May 22 

May 22 
Jan. 2 
May 1 
Sept. 4 
July 10 

Mav 22 



Aug. 14 

Nov. 20 
Nov. 20 
Dec. 4 

Mar. 13 

Sept. 25 

Nov. 6 
Sept. 18 

July 3 

July 3 

Dec. 4 
Oct. 9 
Oct. 23 

Jan. 9 
Sept. 25 
Aug. 14 



May 22 
Jan. 23 

May 8 

Aug. 28 
Nov. 13 
May 1 
Apr. 24 



2057 
2101 



1091 

2409 

2471 
2472 
2474 
541 
2656 

21 

1887 
1966 



1887 
1255 

2070 
1031 

1209 

1596 

1823 

14 

1745 

1747 

1748 

1750 

1670 

280 

2086 

2087 

2088 

2088 

2090 
4 

16 
141 
831 

1671 



1018 

1238 

1239 

163 

906 

1925 

15 
1306 

132 



278 

164 

483 
1665 

532 
1927 

709 



2212 
1485 

883 

1556 
635 
154 

1904 



578 
583 



301 
C673 
J 674 
674 
674 
675 
151 
737 

6 
515 
568 



515 
339 

563 
290 

331 

442 

510 

4 

482 

483 

483 

483 

456 

76 

574 

574 

575 

575 

575 

1 

5 

40 

231 

456 



340 
340 

44 

248 

C545 

1546 

4 

367 

35 



76 

44 
134 
457 
156 
546 
199 



607 

428 

C234 

\ 235 

439 

174 

39 

528 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



43 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Brown. William F., and C. L. Haight, Ponghkeepsie, N. Y. Car-platform. 
Brown. William H., assignor to Haugh, Ketcham & Co., Indianapolis, Ind. 



Lathing and 



fun-in £ 



Brown, William L. and A. C, Cherry Grove, Pa. Snap-hook 

Brown, William P., Zanesville, Ohio. Hand-truck 

Brown, William P., Zanesville, Ohio. Wagon-gear 

Brown, William P., Zanesville, Ohio. Wheel-cultivator 

Brown, William S., Thorntown, Ind. Buckle and trace-carrier 

Brown, William T. (Seo Bartiue, Stephen B., assignor.) 

Brown, William V., and T. S. Poole, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Car-coupling 

Brown. William W., and L. A. Gates, San Francisco, Cal. Apparatus for extracting thej 
precious metals by means of the lead bath \ 

Browne. Alexander P. (See Burnett, Edward, assignor.) 

Browne, Alexander P., Boston, assignor to himself and E. Burnett, Southborough, Mass. 
Fastener for stoppers of milk-cans, &e 

Browne. Alexander P., Boston, assignor to himself and E. Burnett, Southhorongh, Mass. 
Look-stopper for milk-cans 

Browne, Arthur W. (See Johnston, Browne, Starr, and Gilbert.) 

Browne, Oliver L. F., Svracuse, N. T. Apparatus for separating solid matter from liquids . . 

Browne, Samuel A. (See Browne, Symines E. and S. A.) 

Browne, Synimes E., Colnmbus, and S. A. Browne, Cincinnati, Ohio; said S. A. Browne as- 
signor to said Svmmes E. Browne. Thill-coupling 

Browne, Walker G., Atlanta, Ga. Folding dental chair 

Browne, William F., New York, N. T. Process of and apparatus lor desulphurizing ores. 

Browne. William ]".. New Tork, N. T. Method of and apparatus for desulphurizing ores. 

Browne, William T., Orange, N. J. Manufacture of surgical lint 

Browuell, Anna J. (See Wright, Howell W., assignor.) 

Brownell. Anna J., et al. (See Brownell. Willis L.. assignor.) 

Brownel). Elijah H., Dayton, Ohio. Riding roller plow or harrow 

Brownell, Frederick B., St. Louis, Mo. Streetcar-door mechanism 



Brownell, George L., Worcester, Mass. Machine for making twine or cordage 

Brownell, George L., Worcester. Mass. Machine for making twine and cordage 

Brownell. William H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Artist's box 

Brownell, Willis L.. assignor to A. Smith and A . J. Brownell. Brooklyn. N. Y. Making boilers. 
Browning, Clinton. Shousetown, assignor of one-half to Lindsay &McCutcheon, Allegheny; 

said Browning and Lindsay & McCutcheon assignors to J. H. Lindsay, trustee, Allegheny 

city. Pa. Car-coupling. (Keissue) 

Browning, Clinton, Shousetown. assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. H. Lindsay, trustee, 

Allegheny city. Pa. Car-coupling 

Browning. Clinton, Shousetown, assignor to J. H. Lindsay, trustee, Allegheny city, Pa. 

Car coupling 

Browning. Clinton, Shousetown, assignor to J. H. Lindsay, trustee, Allegheny city, Pa. 

Car-bu Her 

Browning, .rohn M. and M. S.. Ogden, Utah Ter. Magazine-gun 

Browning, Matthew S. (See Browning, John M. and M. S.) 

Brubaker, Jacob H., Eockton, Pa. Animal-trap 

Bruce, James H. (See MoCook, Joshua P., assignor.) 

Bruce, Lucien F., Springfield, Mass. Cartridge-feeder for machine-guns 



Brack, David T.. Mariouville, Mo., assignor of one-halt' to G. L. Brown, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Churn 



Brueggeman, Henry, et al. (See Egcr, John, assignor.) 

Brnen, John T., Brooklyn, assignor to W. F. Ware, New York, N. Y. Extension-chande- 



lier. 



Bramble, William, Baltimore, Md. Car-coupling 

Bramble, William, Baltimore, Md. Car-brake 

Bran, Jean J. L.. assignor of one-half to T. Gruaz, Highland, HI. Self-winding watch . . . 

Brunacci. Hit-hard E., Attleborough, Mass. Sleeve-button 

Brunei;. Heinrich, Ludwigshafen, Bavaria, assignor to Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, 

Mannheim. Germany. Manufacture of anthracene-blue 

Bruuck, Otto, San Francisco, Cal. Spring draft-tug 

Brundage. George E., New York, N. Y. B ittle-lock 

Brunell, Minekoart, assignor of one-half to P. Brunell, P. J. and V. A. Furnace, and P. 

Hyde. Allegany, N. Y. Compound steam-engine 

Brunell, Philopene, et al. (See Brunell, Mineheai t, assignor.) 

Branelle, Onesime, Cincinnati, 0. Scouring, scratching, and buffing wheel 

Brunner, John. (See Hershberger. Daniel, assignor.) 

Branny, John, Fort Scott, Kans. Well-bucket 

Bruno! Theodore, Saginaw, Mich. Stave-jointing machine 

Brans, Friedrich A., Xcw York, assignor to himself and J. L. Truslow, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Preserving hops 

Brunson, Francis, Decker, Ind. Saw-handle 

Brunswick Antimony Company. (See Mayall, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Brunswick Antimony Company. (See Parsons, Charles E., assignor.) 

Brunswick Ship's Berth Company. (See Milligan, William T., assignor.) 

Brunswick Ship's Berth Company. (See Wells, Webster, assignor.) 

Brunt, William H. (Sue Ward and Brunt.) 

Brunt, William H, Baldwin, assignor to Voigt, Ward & Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Glass shade . 

Brunt, William H., assignor to Yoigt, Ward & Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Mold for glassware I 

Brnschke, Charles J.. Chicago, 111. Sofa 

Brush, Charles C, Crystal, Iowa. Horse-power and capstan 

Brush, Charles P., Cleveland, Ohio. Secondary battery 

Brash, Charles F., Cleveland, Ohio. Carbon rod or stick and mechanism for making the 

same 



Brash, Charles F., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Brush, Charles F., Clcvel mil, Ohio. 
Brush, Chailes F., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Brush, Charles F., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Brash, Charles F., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Brash, Charles F., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Bi ash, Charles F., Cleveland, Ohio. 



Secondary-battery element 

Secondary battery 

Secondary battery 

Secondary battery 

Element for secondary batteries 

Curreut-nianipulator for secondary battery charging 
Apparatus for measuring the amount of current en-V 



ergy received by a secondary battery $ 



289,614 

271,309 

28:),4«1 
283,502 
281,809 
288,003 
278,501 

287,019 
289,064 



281,607 
281,608 
283,373 



288,541 
271,596 
284,177 
284,178 
282,264 



288,542 
280,257 

277,986 

286 258 
275,882 
280,905 

10,291 

273,343 

273,664 

273.665 
282,839 

279,120 

273.249 

282,047 



270,130 
285,221 
289,970 
271.030 
278,772 

274,081 
281,236 
285,385 

289,065 

285,222 

284,374 

271,682 

279,127 
278,088 



231.C09 
281,010 
277,454 
277,216 
274,082 

274,904 
274,905 

275.985 
275,986 
276,155 
276,348 
281,175 

281.176 



Dec. 4 

Jan. 30 

Aug. 21 
Aug. 21 
Sept. 11 
Nov. 6 

May 29 

Oct. 30 
Nov. 27 



July 17 
July 17 
Aug. 21 



Nov. 13 
Feb. 6 
Sept. 4 
Sept. 4 
July 31 



Nov. 13 
Oct. 9 

May 22 

Oct. 9 
Apr. 17 
July 10 

Feb. 27 

Mar. 6 

Mar. 6 

Mar. 6 
Aug. 7 

June 12 

Mar. 6 
July 31 

Apr. 17 
Sept. 18 
Dec. 11 
Jan. 23 
June 5 

Mar. 13 
Jiilv 17 
Sept. 25 

Nov. 27 

Sept. 18 

Sept. 4 
Feb. 6 

June 12 
May 22 



Julv 17 

July 17 

May 15 

May 8 

Mar. 13 

Apr. 3 

Apr. 3 

Apr. 17 

Apr. 17 

Apr. 24 

Apr. 21 

July 10 

July 10 



301 

1828 
1206 
1321 
804 
274 
2475 

2348 
1597 



1585 
1586 
1099 



948 

13 

23 

20 

2140 



949 



1801 

586 

1328 

698 



2098 

134 

539 

543 
434 

656 



2154 



1623 
1307 

742 
1486 

118 

1070 
1123 
1504 

1600 

1307 

260 
116 

657 
1919 



1589 
1590 
1108 
884 
1071 

15 

17 
1443 
1444 
1655 
1905 
1027 

1034 



84 

531 
339 

309 

224 

77,78 

675 

633 
(442 
$443 



434 
434 
309 



259 
4 
6 
6 

671 



2G0 

5 160 

i 161 

(491 

c 492 

101 

305 

190 



588 

38 

145 

145 
123 

;179 

;180 

3 

591 



447 
360 
210 
428 
33 



309 
423 



443 

368 



526 



435 
435 
314 
235 

295 

4 

4 

398 

398 

457 

529 

287 

;267 

i288 



25 

23 
24 
24 
24 
25 
23 

25 
1 25 



44 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Brush, Charles F. , Cleveland, Ohio. Armature for dynamo-electric machines 

Brash, Charles F , Cleveland, Ohio. Forming electrodes for secondary batteries 

Brash, Reuben G., et al. (See Yates, Henry G., assignor.) 

Bruss, Otto. (See Schirer, August, assignor.) 

Brust, Albert G.. Uniontown, assignor of one-half to E. W. Anderson and J. C. Smith, 

Washington, D. C. Screw-cutting die 

Brust, Albert G., assignor of one-half to E. W. Anderson and J. C. Smith, Washington 

D. C. Metal-grooving tool 

Bruton. Jackson W., Guthrie, Mo. Churn 

Bryan, Edward. (See Bowling, John P., assignor.) 

Bryan, George W., Norwalk, Conn. Child's carriage 

Bryan, James M., Guthrie, Ky. Fishing-reel 

Bryan, John, Bloomington, 111. Bottling-maehine 

Bryan, William H. , Warm Springs, Va. Dough or butter worker 

Bryant, Charles B., Woburn, Mass. Machine for smutting leather 

Bryant, Edson L. (See Gilbert, William F., assignor.) 
Bryant, Francis. (See Warren, Henry J., assignor.) 

Bryant, George M., Minneapolis, Minn. Metal-melting furnace 

Bryant, Reuben T., and D. Tostevin, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Sewer 

Bryant, Reuben T., and D. Tostevin, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Foundation for pavements. . . 

Bryer, William F., Boston, Mass. Trunk 

Buck, George C, Eureka, Mo. Boot or shoe 

Buckalew, George W., and P. Quinn, New York, N. Y. Polishing compound 

Buchan, William P., Glasgow, county of Lanark, Scotland. Water-closet , 

Buchan, William P., Glasgow, county of Lanark, Scotland. Ventilator 

Buchanan, Alexander F., Montrose, ST. Y. Machine for ornamenting and cutting oil-cloth, 

&c. 



Buchanan, Alexander F., Montrose. N. Y. Manufacture of oil-cloth 

Buchanan, James, Indianapolis, Ind. Grain thrasher and separator 

Buchanan, James, Indianapolis, Ind. Plow 

Buchanan, John, assignor to Waterbury Buckle Company, Waterbury, Conn. 



clasp 



Garment- 



Buchauan, William C, assignor to Harrison Machine Works, Belleville, 111. Separator 

and cleaner for 1 krashing-ihachines 

Buchanan, William J., Huntington, Ind. Attachment for steam-engine governors 

Buchbinder, Oskar, and L. Yogi, Vienna, Austria- Hungary. Machine for milling key-seats 
Buchholz, August, Appleton, and A. W. Eddy, Zumbrota, Minn. Hay-press for fuel pur- 



poses 



Buck, Daniel, et al. (See Kirkland, William P., assignor.) 

Buck, David S., Middleville, Mich. Cherry-stoner 

Buck, George N., Mattoon, 111. Tag-fastener 

Buck, Henry A., Fredonia, N Y. Feed-cutter 

Buck, James A., assignor of one-half to A. C. and S. Newton, Crescent, and A. H. Newton, 
Cohoes, N. Y. Machino for sanding molds for brick 

Buck, James A, assignor of one-half to S., A. H, and A. Newton, Crescent, N. Y. Ma- 
chine for sanding brick-molds 

Buck, Thomas E., St. Louis, Mo. Jetty for correcting the channels of rivers, &c 

Buck ell, Albert, Pontiac, Mich. Clevis 

Buckor, Robert, Elizabeth, N. J. Electric-arc lamp 

Buckeridge, William, Port Huron, Mich. Axle-gage 

Buckett, John, Southwark, county of Surrey, England. Caloric-engine 

Buckeye Brush Company. (See Hawkins, Samuel K., assignor.) 
Buckeye Engine Company. (See Barnaby, Charles W., assignor.) 
Buckeye Engine Company. (See Hunt, Nathan, assignor.) 
Buckejge Iron and Brass Works. (See Dover, Samuel B., assignor.) 
Buckeye Iron and Brass Works. (See Krutzsck, William, assignor.) 
Buckingham, Charles L. (See Vansize and Buckingham.) 
Buckingham & Hecht. (See Buckingham, Thomas H., assignor.) 

Buckingham, Joseph P., New York, N. Y. Folding box 

Buckingham. Thomas H, assignor to Buckingham & Hecht, San Francisco, Cal. Boot. . . 
Buckins, Albert 0., and C. A. Taylor, Chicago, 111. ; said Buckins assignor to said Taylor. 

Trunk-catch 

Buckins, Albert 0., and C. A. Taylor, Chicago, 111. ; said Buckins assignor to said Taylor. 

Trui?k-fixture 

Buckley, Chauncey, Meriden, Conn. Curtain-fixture 

Buckley, Chauncey, and L. L. Sawyer, Meriden, Conn. Spring curtain-roller 

Buckley, Edward, H., Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of boots and shoes 

Buckley, Edward M., and A. Jackson, San Francisco, Cal. Automatic car-brake . -~ 

Buckley, Edward M., and A. Jackson, San Francisco, Cal. Car-brake 

Buckley, James H., Bangor, Me. Bench-plate socket 

Buckley, James M., Portland, Oreg. Discharge-pipe for dredging and other machines 

Buckley, James M., Portland, Oreg. Grading and leveling machine 

Buckley, John M., Sedalia, Mo. Oscillating steam-valve 

Buckley, Robert C, Peoria, 111. Sulky-plow 

Buckley, William, Sheffield, county of York, England. Spring 

Buckley, William N., Meriden, Conn. Curtain-fixture 

Bucklin, Charles A. , and J. D. Knowlton, Camden, Me. Windlass 



Buckman, Alexander. (See Burns and Buckman.) (Reissue.) 

Buckman, Ira, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fire-escapo 

Buckwalter, Lewis. (See Kline, John A., assignor.) 

.Bucyrus Foundry and Manufacturing Company. (See Thompson, John, assignor.) 

Buczkowski, Heinrich, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Making soap sheets 

Budd, William 0., Englewood, 111. Baling-press 

Buddenberg, Henry C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Device for preventing the escape of effluvia from 

privy- vaults and drains 

Buddington, Frank E., Stillwater, Minn. Dress-maker's measure for cutting dresses and 

other articles of clothing 

Budington, Thomas G., et al. (See Hunt, Henry C, assignor.) 

Budingtou, W alter J., Pittsfield, Mass. Cement compound 

Budlong, Lyman A., Chicago, 111. Hand-cultivator 

Budlong, Simeon, and W. O. Talcott, Providence, R. I. Belt-fastener 



Date. 



285,457 
286,259 



280,128 

288.159 
283,323 

281,832 
278,867 
285,458 
290.392 
272,025 



282,265 
273,945 
279,701 
286,383 
281.664 
284.718 
287,225 
288,004 

271,782 
276,765 
271,310 

277,987 

288,005 

278,502 
287,620 
281,833 

290,741 

275,353 
286,112 
279,533 

284,115 



290,847 
275,132 
270,201 
285,107 
278,868 

279,326 



284,179 
280,443 

287,226 

287.227 
282,840 
275.987 
289,808 
273,344 
273,345 
277,675 
282,700 
282,701 
284,719 
278,089 

274,715 

275,580 

276,956 

287,228 



273,946 
285,007 

282,437 

272,204 



Sept. 25 
Oct. 9 



June 26 

Nov. 6 
Aug. 14 

July 24 
June 5 
Sept. 25 
Dec. 18 
Feb. 13 



July 31 
Mar. 13 
June 19 
Oct. 9 
July 24 
Sept, 11 
Oct. 23 
Nov. 6 

Feb. 6 
May 1 
Jan. 30 

May 22 

Nov. 6 

May 29 
Oct, 30 
July 24 

Dec. 25 

Apr. 10 
Oct. 2 
June 19 

Aug. 28 



Dec. 25 
Apr. 3 
Jan. 9 
Sept. 18 
June 5 

June 12 



Sept. 4 
July 3 

Oct. 23 

Oct. 23 
Aug. 7 
Apr. 17 
Dec. 11 
Mar. 6 
Mar. 6 
May 15 
Aug. 7 
Aug. 7 
Sept. 11 
May 22 

Mir. 27 

Apr. 10 

May 1 

Oct. 23 



Mar. 13 
Sept. 18 

July 31 

Feb. 13 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



281,965 ; July 24 
272,854 ! Feb. 27 
278,393 Mav 29 



1590 
588 



1865 

451 
1019 

1888 
266 
1592 
1270 
550 



2442 

907 
1353 

760 
1664 

693 
1834 

277 

238 
309 

1829 
1802 

279 

2476 
2349 
1889 

1750 

636 
409 
1161 

2018 



1879 
335 
440 

1172 
269 
891 



28 
133 

1835 

1837 
435 

1446 
543 
137 
139 

1429 
284 
285 
694 

1919 

1895 
929 
555 

1838 



1049 

2671 

768 

2054 
1622 
2340 



447 
161 



526 

126 

285 

515 

77 
447 
357 
149 



672 
248 
377 
206 
454 



502 

78 

66 

80 

531 

492 

79 

675 
634 
516 



170 
112 
321 
561 
562 

519 
92. 

130 

328 

77 

'248 

249 



7 
36 

502 

502 

123 

398 

151 

38 

38 

385 

80 

80 

195 

527 

J 528 

$529 

252 

f 144 

U45 

502 



248 
294 



732 
213 



24 
25 



23 

25 
24 

24 
23 
24 
25 
23 



24 
23 
23 
25 
24 
24 
25 
25 

23 
23 
23 
23 

25 

23 

25 
24 



483 25 



454 
610 



23 
25 
23 

^24 



25 
23 
23 
21 
23 

^23 



21 
24 

25 

25 
24 
23 
25 
23 
23 
23 
21 
24 
21 
23 

■23 
23 

•83 

25 



23 

21 

21 

23 

24 
23 
23 



2057 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 



45 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 






Xame, residence, anil invention. 



Buell, Andrew L. 
Buell, Charles E., 
Buell, Charles E.-, 

Buell, Charles E., New Haven, Conn. 



Buell, Charles E. 
Buell, Charles E., 
BueU, Charles E., 



(See Buell. Edger. assignor.) 
el al. (See Coy, George W., assignor.) 
New Haven, Conn. System of electric storage and supply 

System of electric lighting for railway-trains 

Automatic fire extinguishing and alarm system . 

Fire extinguisher and alarm 

Automatic fire-extinguisher 



New Haven, Conn. 
New Haven. Conn. 
New Haven, Conn. 



Buell, Charles E., New Haven, Conn. Combined telegraph and clock system. 
Buell, Charles E., New Haven, Conn. Electric-clock system 



Electric fire-extinguisher and fire-alarm system . 
Fire-extinguishing system 



Buell, Charles E., New Haven, Conn. 
Buell, Charles E., New Haven, Conn. 

Buell, Charles E., New Haven, Conn. Combined call-bell and fire-alarm system 

Buell, Edgar, assignor to himself and A. L. Buell, Clinton, Conn. Tool-handle 

Buell, Edgar, assignor to himself and A. L. Buell, Clinton, Conn. Bit-stock 

Buell, Frank A., assignor to H. W. Peace Company, (limited,) Brooklyn, N. Y. Saw-handle 

Buell, William C. (See Hagan, William E , assignor.) 

Bnerkel, John F. (See Johnson and Buerkel.) 

Buermann, August, Newark, N. J. Spur 

Buermann, August, Newark, N. J. Spur 

Buermann, August, Newark, N. J. Spur. (Reissue) 

Burlington, Calvin A., Berkshire, N. T. Thill-coupling 

Bufford, Frank G., New York, N. Y. Show-case and counter 

Bufltim, Herbert H, San Francisco, Cal. Automatic governor and cut-off 

Bugbee, Calvin S., assignor to himself and D. F. Van Liew, Aurora, 111. Whip-socket 

Bugbee, George W. (See Doane and Bugbee.) 

Bugbey, Benjamin N., Sacramento, Cal., assignor of one-half to G. C. Perkins and H. G. 
Smith. Refrigerator-car 

Bugg. Owen T . and D. Ivey, Memphis, Tenn. Ball-rack for pool-tables 

Bufe, Duneau M., Wilmington, N. 0., assignor, bv mesne assignments, to J. B. Whitehead, 
G. M. Bain, E. M. Stoddard, 0. E. Maltby, and G. Dick, Norfolk, Va. Manufacturing 
oils from organic substances. (Reissue) 

Bukey, Van Hartness. (See Schubert and Bukey.) 

Bulen, George F., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Watkins Automatic Signal Telegraph Com- 
pany, (limited, ) New York, N. Y. Station-switch for fire-telegraphs 

Bulen. George F.. Jersey City. N. J., assignor to Watkins Automatic Signal Telegraph Com- 
pany, (limited,) New York, N. Y. Automatic testing apparatus for telegraphic fire-alarm 



stations 



Bulger, John W. , East Liverpool , Ohio. Door-check 

Btilkley, Rosalvo A., assignor to himself and W. A. Cooper, Odessa, N. Y. 



joints - 



Packing steam- 



Bull, George, Maple City, assignor of one-half to J. D. Pryor. Wiufield, Kans. Churn 

Bull. Henry C, assignor to Bulls Iron and Steel Company, (limited,) Liverpool, county ofi 
Lancaster, England. Apparatus for manufacturing iron and steel directly from the ore- 1 

Bullaid. Charles W., May wood, 111. Door-hanger. 

Bullard. Henry, assignor to Middletown Plate Company, Middletown, Conn. Ice-pitcher. 

Bullard, Isaac, Read ville, Mass. Piano-action 

Bullaid. James H., Springfield, Mass. Cartridge-primer 

Bullard. James H., Springfield. Mass. Magazine-gun 

Bnllenkamp, Frederick, Jr. (See Hunger and Bullenkamp.) 

Bulley, George N. (See Bulley and Buruham, assignors.) 

Bulley Louis T., and D. W. Buroham ; said Bulley assignor to G. N. Bulley, New Haven, 
Conn. Snap-hook 

Bulloch, Walter H., Chicago, 111. Objective attachment in microscopes 

Bullock, Daniel, assignor to Northwestern Manufacturing Company, Fort Atkinson, Wis. 
Vehicle-top 

Bullock. Daniel, and J. Jackson, assignors to North Western Manufacturing Company, 
Fort Atkinson, Wis. Wagon running-gear 

Bullock. Joseph P., assignor of two-thirds to Dennett Harvesting Machine Company, (lim- 
ited,) Milwaukee, Wis. Grain-binder 

Bullock, Joseph P., assignor of two-thirds to Dennett Harvesting Machine Company, (lim- 
ited.) Milwaukee. Wis. Grain-binder 

Bullock, Joseph P.. assignor to Dennett Harvesting Machine Company, (limited,) Milwau-i 
kee. Wis. Grain-binder ' 

Bullock, Lovell D., assignor of one-half to J. Gerrard, Jericho, Vt. Machine for jointingi 
fellies < 

Bullock, Milan C, Chicago, HI. Variable eccentric for steam-engines 

Bullock, Milan C, Chicago, HI. Compound steam-engine 

Bullock, William R. (See Wiard and B llock.) 

Bulls Don and Steel Company. (See Bull. Henry C. assignor.) 

Bunee, George C. and L. W. Sammis, assignors to themselves and W. T. Seaman, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Curry-comb 

Bunee, Thomas A., Berlin, assignor to A. G. Pomeroy, Hartford, Conn. Portable press . . 

Bunch, Gilbert H.. Lakeville, Ind. Plow-colter 

Bundy, FrankE., Elmira. N. Y. Hat-holder 

Bundy. Jeptha. Barnesvillc. Ohio. Pump stroke regulator 

Bunker, Augustus S., Lawrence, Mass. Temporary binder 

Bunker, Daniel. Stoddard, N. H. Wash-boiler 

Bunker, Edgar E., Dubuque, Iowa. Stove-grate 

Bunker, Edgar E.. Dnbnque, Iowa. Fire-box lining 

Bunnell & Co., Jesse H. (See Casey, Thomas A., assignor.) 

Bunnell, James F., Cisco, Tex. Insect-trap 

Bunte, Hans. (See Schilling and Bunte.) 

Biinzli. Henri, Paterson, N.~J. Shedding mechanism for looms 

Buoy. Dennis. Lancaster. Pa. Counter-scale 

Burbank, Abner, Rochester, N. Y. Tobacco-pipe 

Bnrcey, Charles J. T.. Syracuse, N. Y. Wood-distilling apparatus 

Bureh, Albert. (See Beach and Burch.) 

Burch, Smith W., and J. Gilson, Vallev Falls, R. I.. Spinning-mule 

Burchard. Henry M. (See Bier and Rolph, assignors.) 

Burchfield, James R., Sharon, Pa. Lighting buildings by hydrocarbon-lamps 



No. 



270,734 

270,735 

271,783 
275,752 
278,054 

279,327 

280,715 

280,000 
285,459 

286,529 

289,501 
289,502 
281,447 



272,026 
272,027 
10,321 
273,808 
283,374 
273 250 
£~J,207 



270,383 
269,825 



10,338 

271,597 

271,598 
290,526 

287,416 
277,830 

282,266 

277,542 
274,263 
290,527 
278,394 
287,229 



280,792 
287,904 

276,957 

282,490 

272,828 

274,883 
286,899 

286,586 
274,436 
274,437 



278,869 
288,006 
284,810 
275,581 
283,070 
272,028 
273,809 
273,251 
274,169 

280,291 

271,033 
277,878 
270,562 
275,461 

290,742 

271,412 



Date. 



Jan. 16 

Jan. 10 

Feb. 6 
Apr. 10 
May 29 

June 12 

July 3 

July 10 
Sept. 25 

Oct. • 9 

Dec. 4 
Dec. 4 
July 17 



Feb. 13 

Feb. 13 

May 1 

Mar. 13 

Aug. 21 

Maf. 6 

Dec. 18 



Jan. 9 
Jan. 2 



June 5 



Feb. 



Feb. 6 
Dec. 18 

Oct. 30. 
May 15 

July 31 

May 15 
Mar. 20 
Dec. 18 
May 29 
Oct. 23 



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Nov. 6 



Aug. 7 

Feb. 20 

Mar. 27 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Mar. 20 
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Juno 5 
Nov. 6 
Sept. 11 
Apr. 10 
Aug. 14 
Feb. 13 
Mar. 13 
Mar. 6 
Mar. 20 

June 26 

Jan. 23 

May 22 

Jan. 9 

Apr. 10 

Dec. 25 

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1128 

239 
1154 

2658 

894 

450 

699 

1592 

934 

164 

165 

1391 



551 
552 
597 
735 

1101 
10 

1032 



670 
4 



638 
15 



18 
1465 

2071 
1606 

2443 

1272 
1311 
1465 
2342 
1839 



573 
143 

556 

12 

1566 

2101 
1410 

1012 
1531 
1532 



269 
280 
805 
930 
710 
552 
736 
11 
1190 

2058 

1489 

1672 

905 

782 

1751 
1968 



323 

323 
324 

67,68 

317 

727 

(249 

$250 

(129 

c 13p 

197 

447 

(251 

$252 

45 

45 

382 



149 
149 
156 
200 
310 
3.4 
290 



196 
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5 
405 

563 
438 
(672 
$ 673 
341 
362 
405 
640 
503 



160 
42 

145 

3,4 

440 

584 
(387 
$388 
(273 
$274 

421 
(421 
$422 



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200 
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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Burckett, "William M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dish- washer 

Burd, John W., Jr., St. Louis, Mo. Seal-lock 

Burdett, Oliver S. (See Robertson and Burdett.) 

Burdick, James M., IHon, N. Y. Combined mower and tedder 

Burdick, Norman, and J. A. Sandford, Sing Sing, N. Y. Device for forming dovetails for 

stove-plates 

Burdict Oirin C, Buffalo, N. Y. Bolt-forging machine 

Burdine, William B., assignor of one-third to F. Baltzell, Troy, Ala. Cotton-gin 

Burditt, William F., St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. Trip mechanism for harvester-? 

rakes 5 

Burgan, Elmore Y., Corning, Iowa. Check-rower for corn-planters 

Burge, John, Westfield, Mass. "Wood-cutter , 

Burgess, Albert C. (See Bradford, Charles W., assignor.) 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. Magazine fire-arm 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. Magazine fire-arm 



Magazine fire-arm 
Magazine fire-arm 
Magazine fire-arm 



Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. Magazine fire-arm 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 

Burgess, George W., New York, N. Y. Sewing-machine 

Burgess, George W., Boston, Mass. Sewing-machine shuttle 

Burgess, William H. (See Gray, Walter G., assignor.) 

Burgess, William H., Rich Square, N. C. Cradle 

Burgess, William J., Everett, Mass. Filter 

Burghardt, August C, Port Deposit, Md. Fire-escape 

Burghardt, Edward H. (See De Buy and Burghardt.) 

Burgher, Orlando, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Horse scuffle-hoe 

Burgtorf, Charles W. , Petaluma, Cal. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Burgtorf, Charles W. , Petaluma, Cal. Chafe-pad for harness 

Burgtorf, Charles W. , Petaluma, Cal. Single harness 

Burguyn, William H. S., assignor of one-half to K. A. Dunlop, Richmond, Va. Hand mo- 
tive power 

Burk, Howard R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Coloring kerosene-oil 

Burk, John J., assignor of one-half to E. M. Jewett, Buffalo, N. Y. Hoop coiling and nail- 
ing machine 

Burk, William E., assignor to S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Mechanical movement 

Burk, William E., assignor to S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Apparatus or device for punching rubber 

Burk, William E., assignor to S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Holder for spittoons 

Burke, Andrew J., Elm Grove, HI. Wagon-jack 

Burke, Edward, Bernard, Iowa. Substitute for crank-motion 

Burke, Edward, Bernard, Iowa. Substitute for crank-motion 

Burke, Isaac S., Providence, R. I. Button or stud 



Burke, John T., Nebraska City, Nebr. Electric photographer's retouching-point. 

Burke, Michael, Jr., et al. (See Davey, JohnF., assignor.) 

Burke, Patrick. (See Dodsworth and Burke.) 

Burket, William, Etna Green, Ind. Device for excavating and moving dirt, &o . . 

Burket, William, Etna Green, Ind. Excavator and grapple 

Burkhard, Adam, Philadelphia, Pa. Two- wheeled vehicle 



Burkhard, John P., and F. Novotny, St. Paul, Minn. Breech-loading gnn 

Burkhard, John P., and F. Novotny, St. Paul, Minn. Safety-lock for fire-arms 

Burkhard, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Candy-heater 

Burkhardt, Conrad G., Chicago, 111. Door-latch 

Burkhardt, Gottlieb F., Boston, Mass. Furnace 

Burkhardt, Henry, Chicago, 111. Draw-bar for cars 

Burkholder, John, Centreburg, Ohio. Grain-cleaner 

Burks, Jesse H., Los Angeles, Cal. Fire-escape 

Burleigh, John, Lawrence, Mass. Spring-seat for vehicles 

Burley, George H., Tyrone, Pa. Valve for steam-engines 

Burling, Benjamin H., assignor to himself and J. Cunningham, Fort Ann, N. Y. Steam 
propOlling-i udder : 

Bnrlingame, Olive R., Boston, Mass. Foot-rest for piano-stools 

Burlingame, William, Exeter, N. H. Hot- water heating apparatus 

Builingame, William, Exeter, Mass. Sectional steam-generator 

Burlington Plow Company. (See Neff, Joseph B., assignor.) 

Burnam, James H., Fayetteville, Tenn. Two-i oom-heating fire back and frame 

Burnell, Oscar W., Dorrance, Kans. Wind-locomotive 

Burnes, John C, Hopkins, Minn. Band-cutter 

Burnet, William B. (See Erb, John C, assignor.) 

Burnet, William H., Newark, N. J., assignor to J. Yereance, New York, N. Y. Steam- 
superheater 

Burnett, Edward. (See Browne, Alexander P., assignor.) 

Burnett, Edward, Southborough, assignor to himself and A. P. Browne, Boston, Mass. 
Stopper for liquid-containing vessels 

Bnrnett, Edward, Southborough, assignor to himself and A. P. Browne, Boston, Mass. Truck 

Burnett, Isaac, and J. E. Clifton, Geneseo, 111. Coal-chute 

Burnett, James H., Philadelphia, Pa. Setting for range-boilers 



Burnett, James H., Newark, N. J. Machine for cutting oval gaskets 

Burnett, John, et, al. (See Dougherty, Michael J., assignor.) 

Burnett, John M., Independence, assignor to J. W. Concher, Dubuque, Iawa. 

cream gage 

Burnham, Alfreds., Parkersburg, Iowa. Sofa-bed 

Burnham, Daniel W. (See Bulloy and Burnham.) 

Burnham, George, et al. (See Wilder and Parry, assignors.) 

Burnham, Joseph. (See Wiggin, George B., assignor.) 

Burnham, L. G., et al. (See Hewson, William S., assignor.) 

Burnham, Lycurgus, Somerville, Mass. Egg-beater 



Milk and 



No. 



290,528 
289,973 

285,192 

273,252 
285,876 
271,570 

279,702 

278.090 
284,944 



289,972 

290,393 

290,394 

290,529 
290,848 
290,968 



277,217 
278,503 

281,966 
285,965 
284,180 

275,462 
285,793 
280,260 
290,530 

276,665 
284,811 

278,773 

277,988 

278,091 

286,113 

288,772 
275,988 
286,900 
278,395 

285,008 



277,455 
283,963 
275,133 

288,618 

288,619 
287,621 
277,879 
284,181 
271,216 
272,205 
288,304 
290,743 
281,665 

284,812 
280,907 
280,908 
271,031 

287,230 
271,784 
275,463 



278,311 



281,611 
281,612 
270,736 

287,231 
287,503 



273,947 
278,870 



277,218 



Date. 



Dec. 18 
Dec. 11 

Oct. 2 

Mar. 6 
Oct. 2 
Jan. 30 

June 19 

May 22 
Sept. 11 



Dec. 11 

Dec. 18 

Dec. 18 

Dec. 18 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 25 

May 8 

May 29 

July 24 

Oct. 2 

Sept. 4 

Apr. 10 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 9 

Dec. 18 

May 1 

Sept. 11 

June 5 

May 22 

May 22 

Oct, 2 

Nov. 20 

Apr. 17 

Oct. 16 

May 29 

Sept. 18 



May 15 
Aug. 28 
Apr. 3 

Nov. 20 

Nov. 20 

Oct. 30 

May 22 

Sept. 4 

Jan. 30 

Feb. 13 

Nov. 13 

Dec. 25 

July 24 

Sept. 11 
Julv 10 
July 10 
Jan. 23 

Oct. 23 
Feb. 6 
Apr. 10 



May 29 

July 17 

July 17 

Jan. 16 

Oct. 23 

Oct. 30 



Mar. 13 
June 5 



May 8 



Monthly 
volume. 



1466 

746 



13 
120 

2168 

1354 

1920 
961 



1270 

1272 

1468 
1880 
2042 
885 
2477 

2055 
235 
29 

783 

15 

590 

1470 

155 
806 

119 

1803 

1922 

410 
1240 
1448 
1412 
2343 

1052 



1169 
1807 
335 

1042 

1046 

2350 

1073 

31 

1717 

770 

637 

1753 

1664 

806 
701 
702 

1488 

1841 
242 
783 



1591 
1592 
1131 

1842 
2179 



910 

270 



405 
211 



4 

35 

624 

(377 

}378 

527 

270 

(210 

) 211 

357 

(357 

\ 358 

406 

519 

562 

235 

675 



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66 

7 

209 

5 

161 

406 

40 



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492 
527 

112 

340 
399 
388 
640 
(294 
^295 



314 

511 

92 

(287 

^ 288 

288 

634 

456 

8 

497 

213 

174 

484 

454 

225 
197 
198 
429 

503 

68 

210 



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324 
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J504 
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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



47 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



Burnham, Lvcurgus, Somerville, Mass. Egg-beater 

Burnham, Nathan F., York, Pa. Cut-off mechanism for steam-engines 

Burnhatn, Nathan F., York, Pa. Turbine wheel 



» J. S. Ba) 
on, N. Y.S 



Burnham, Oliver G., Chicago, 111. Lard-cooler 

Burnham, Oliver G., Chicago, 111. Lard-cooler 

Burnison, Sim, Algansee, Mich. Spittoon 

Burns, Alexander B. (See Creecy and Cuius.) 

Burns, Daniel R., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to himself and A. L. Jackson, "Washington, D. C. 
Straight-way valve 

Burns, Frank, West Held. N. Y. Bottle stopper aud fastener 

Burns. Frank TV., and W. Malick, Erie, Pa., assignors to said Burns. Mop-holder 

Burns, Gen one W., Indianapolis. Ind. Cigar-cutter 

Burns. Hugh A., Ansonia, Conn. Electric battery 

Burns, Jabez, Brooklyn. N. Y. Mixing-machine 

Burns, Jabez, Brooklyn, N. Y. Coffee-roaster 

Burns, James, Chicago, 111. Club foot apparatus 

Burns, James, Brooklyn, and A. Bnckman, Schodack Depot, assignors of part to J. S. Ba- 
ker, A. L. Schermerhorn, Stnyvesaut, J. E. Downo, and F. P. Harder, Castleton, 
Cigarette-machine. (Reissue) 

Burns, Robert E , San Francisco, Cal. Cooking-stove 

Burns, Samuel A., et al. (Seo Treston, James, assignor.) 

Burns, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Extinguisher for lamp-burners 

Burnside, William J., Hilcot Court Road, Lower Norwood, county of Surrey, England. 
Printing-telegraph 

Burn worth, Hezekiah J., Kimbolton, Ohio. Cutter-bar 

Burr, Andrew J., Olympia, Wash. Ter. Roller-dredge 

Burr, Annie E., administratrix. (See Burr. H. Jerome.) 

Burr, Brown & Co. (Seo Remington, John 0., assignor.) 

Burr, Daniel, assignor of one-half to A. Pullen, Milford, Del. Apparatus for drying and 
conserving fruit 

Burr, Edward Bf., et al. (See Bott. Joseph E., assignor.) 

Burr, F. S.. et al. (See Fuller. Willard M, assignor.) 

Burr, George S. (See Doyle and Burr.) 

Burr. H. Jerome, deceased, Bloomfield, (A. C. Burr, administratrix,) assignor to W. E. 
Simonds, Hartford, Conn. Hardening iron 

Burr. James B., Baysho:e. N. Y. Horseshoe .-.., 

Burr, Lewis, San Antonio. Tex. Cotton-bale binder 

Burr, Sanford S. (See Miller. Albert F., assignor.) 

Bun, Sanford S.. Winnotka, 111. Interconvertible crib and table 

Barrage, John H.. Concord, N. C. Bee-hive 

Burrell, John B., Fall River. Mass. Shaft-tug 

Burrell. John H., Jr. (Seo Metzlerand Burrell.) 

Burriehter. Herman C. (Sec Ryrie, Robert A., assignor.) 

Burridge. Thomas H., assignor of one-third to W. L7 Reynolds, St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus 
for puiifyiug iron 

Burridge. Thomas H., assignor of one-third to W. L. Reynolds, St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus 
for niakiug Bessemer steel ' 

Bums, Mica.jab E., Brooklyn. N. Y. Vehicle-axle - 

Vehicle-axle 

Vehicle-axle 

and C. E. Staniels, assignors to E. F. Staniels, East 



Bunis. Micajah E-, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Burris, Miea'jahE., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bnrris. Mica.iah E., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Concord, N. H. Foot rest 

Bnnitt, Albert M.. assignor to A. Burritt Hardware Company, Waterbury, Conn. Fire- 
extiugnisher alarm apparatus 

Burritt. Albert M., assignor to A. Burritt Hardware Company, Waterbury, Conn. Fire- 
extinguisher ... 

Burritt "Hard ware Company, .V. (See Burritt. Albert M., assignor.) 

Burritt Hardware Company. A. (See Castle. Lewis D., assignor.) 

Burritt. Harvev H. Newark. N. J. Air-engine 

Burroughs. D. E. (See Cook, Emmanuel T., assignor.) 

Burroughs. William S.. et al. (See Heaverin, William H., assignor.) 

Burrows. Frank. Washington, D. C. Door-securer 

Burrows, William T., East Dubuque, HI. Device for handling spooled barbed wire 

Burrows, William T.. assignor of two-thirds to A. G. Children, East Dubuque, HI. Cen- 
ter for wire-barbing machines 

Biirrnss, John C, Carrollton, HI. Lifting-jack 

Burson, Amos, East Palestine, Ohio. Safety -bar attachment for vehicle-poles 

Burson, William W., Rockford, HI. Grain-binder 



Burson. William W., Rockford, HI. Cord-knotting apparatus for grain-binders 

Burt, Frank C Columbus, Ohio. Window-cornice 

Burt. George E., Harvard. Mass. Chain-link for horse-powers 

Bart, J Bina. et al. (Seo Ziusmaier and Burt, assignors.) 

Burt. John. Detroit, Mich. Charcoal-furnace 

' Burt, Meriitt. (See Zinsmaier and Burt.) 
Burt. Ransom K . Marshalltown, Iowa. Tug-buckle 
Burton, Augustus I.. New York, N. Y. 
Burton, George D., New Ipswich, N. H. 
Burton, George D., New Ipswich, N. H. 
Burton, George D., New Ipswich. N. H. 
Burton, George D., New Ipswich, N. H. 
Burton. George D., New Ipswich, N. H. 
Burton, George D., New Ipswich. N. H. 
Burton, George D., New Ipswich, N. H. 
Burton. George D.. New Inswich, N. H. Waiteror tray. 
Burton, George D., New Ipswich, N. H., assignor of one-half to S. A. Travis, Boston, Mass. 

Apparatus for drawing liquids 

Burton, George D., Boston. Mass. Roller-skate 

Burton, George D., and J. M. Holden, Boston, Mass. Stock-car 

Burton, George F., Eau Claire, Wis. Adjustable roller-frame for edgers 

Burton, George F., Springfield, Ohio. Cover for filters and percolators 



Necktie or cravat holder 

RoRer-skate 

Spittoon for railway-cars and similar places 

Roiler-skn te 

Electric-lamp globe 

Apparatus for lighting cars by electricity . . 

Stock-car .... 

Fare-register 



No. 



277,219 
274,559 

274,884 

287,302 
289,809 
285,560 



270,009 
289.215 
270,930 
282,155 
284.605 
279,328 
279,329 
282,491 



10,428 

290,316 

270,631 

273,810 
284,813 
273,021 

288,973 



280,716 
271,217 
277,220 

274,716 
279,850 
270,931 



274,717 

277,831 
271,571 
273,458 
278,396 

277,880 

270,010 

270,011 

278,397 



288,920 
290,969 

289,750 
270.012 
277,676 

273,811 



273,812 
273,459 
283,751 

276,222 

282,267 
278,871 
271,785 
272,206 
279,220 

282.157 j 

282.158 | 
284,116 
284,375 | 
285,386 I 

275,134 I 
282,156 
274,458 
2&1.752 : 
284,606 . 



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Mar. 27 

Mar. 27 

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Dec. 11 
Sept. 25 



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Nov. 27 
Jan. 23 
July 31 
Sept. 11 
June 12 
June 12 
Aug. 7 

Dec. 18 

Dec. 18 

Jan. 16 

Mar. 13 
Sept. 11 
Feb. 27 



Nov. 27 



July 3 
Jan. 30 



Mar. 27 
Juno 19 
Jan. 23 



Mar. 27 

May 15 
Jan. 30 
Mar. 6 
May 29 

May 22 

Jan. 2 

Jan. 2 

May 29 



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Official 
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20 


Dec. 


25 


Dec. 


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Jan. 


2 


May 


15 


Mar. 


13 


Mar. 


13 


Mar. 


6 


Aug. 


28 


Apr. 


24 


July 


31 


June 


5 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


13 


June 


12 


July 


31 


July 


31 


Aug. 


28 


Sept. 


4 


Sept. 


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Apr. 


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Aug. 


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2102 

2001 

544 

1714 



217 

1778 
130C 
2300 
545 
890 
897 
14 

1627 

1173 

995 

737 

807 

1823 



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452 
1718 

887 

1896 
1533 
1367 



1898 

1007 

2108 

282 

2344 

1674 

218 

220 

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2044 

476 
221 
1430 

738 

744 

283 
1556 

1734 

2446 

271 

243 

771 

756 

2308 

2309 

2021 

261 

1500 

336 

2307 
1570 
1557 
546 



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476 
C584 
\ 585 
545 
152 
484 



63 
493 
394 
633 
154 
250 
250 
4 

>447 

c 448 

328 

287 

200 
225 
511 



497 
236 

529 
428 
394 



529 

439 

625 

76 

641 

457 

63 

63 

641 



480 

673 

78 

68 

213 

208 

633 

634 

562 

73 

423 

93 
633 
430 
439 
155 



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23 

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23 
25 
23 
24 
24 
23 
23 
24 

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25 

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24 
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25 

25 
23 
23 

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1 23 

23 
24 

23 

24 
23 
23 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 

23 

24 
23 
24 
24 



1784 
1151 

1219 

382 
988 
1222 



45 

842 

285 

423 

1003 

2285 

2285 

503 

1188 

1109 

211 

969 

1047 
780 



790 



81 
351 

1784 

1184 

2399 

285 



1185 

1916 
430 

882 
2058 

1933 

45 

45 

2058 



771 

1266 

970 
46 

1883 

969 

970 

882 
807 

1548 

447 

2169 

483 

585 

2262 

423 

423 

888 

948 

1184 

1284 
423 

1128 
807 

1003 



48 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Burton, Joseph, New York, assignor to W. N. Milsted, Brooklyn, and W. H. Down, New 
York, N. Y. Lubricating gas-meter shafts 

Burton, Joseph, assignor to W. H. Down, New York, and W. N. Milsted, Brooklyn, N. Y.{ 
Gas-hurner for heating purposes 5 

Burton. Matthew, Batavia, III. Oil-can 

Burton, Matthew, Batavia, 111. Pump attachment for oil-cans 

Burwoll, Edward L., Chelsea, Mass. Book 

Bury, Richard A., and R. M. Bidelman, Adrian, Mich. Device for burning crude petro- 
leum 



Busch, George W. (See Crongeyer, Charles A., assignor.) 

Buschick, Gustavus E., assignor of one-half to C. E. Gregory, Chicago, HI. Furnace 

Buschor, Charles, and S. Zweighaft, Philadelphia, Pa. Jeweler's show-wmdow 

Buse, Bernard E., St. Louis, Mo. Cosmetic wash. 

Busell, James H. (See Orcutt, "William D., assignor.) 

Busell, James H., Boston, Mass. Heel-trimming machine 

Busell, James H ., Boston, Mass. Rotary cutter : 

Busell, James H., Boston, Mass. Heel-trimming machine 

Bush, Arthur W., Boulder, assignor to C. W. Little. Denver, Colo. Watch-maker's tool . . 
Bush, Arthur W., assignor of one-half to G. S. Gibson, I. L. Bond, and E. J. Whitney, 

Boulder, Col. Treadle-power 

Bush, Donald S., et al. (See Gibney, James N., assignor.) 

Bush, Edward W., Armstrong. Mo. Washing-machine 

Bush, George W., and H. H. Wilzin, New York, N. Y. Monument 

Bush, Grant A., Clear Lake, Iowa. Fountain 

Bush, Henry J., Westfield, Mass. "Whip 

Bush, Ira I., Janesville, Wis. Ice-creeper 

Bush, Isaac, St. Louis, Mo. Overalls and drawers 

Bush, James J., Tacoma. Wash. Ter. Vehicle- wheel 

Bush, Philo P. (See Bodell, Allen W., assignor.) 

Bush, Roderick XT , et al. (See Gibney, James N., assignor.) 

Bush, Wesley C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fire-escape ladder 

Bush, Wesley C., Brooklyn, N. Y. Flexible fire-escape ladder 

Bush, William H , et al. ' (See Gibney, James N., assignor.) 

Bushell, William, and W. T. Haydon. Dover, county of Kent, England. Expressing oil 

from seed and manufacture of oil cakes therefrom 

Bushey, Joseph, and R. Woodcock, Detroit, Mich. Roofing compound 

Bushfield, Samuel B., Denver, Colo. Apparatus for generating and carbureting hydrogen 



Bushfield, Samuel B., assignor of five-eighths to R. E. Watson, W.J. Swift, and C. R. Stapp, 
Denver, Colo. Coffee compound '.. 

Bushman, David, Quincy, Cal. Rotary crusher 

Bushnell, George H. and 0. P., Worce'ster, Mass. Press 

Bushnell, Orsamus, assignor to himself and F. Overbury, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined 
scraper and brush 

Bushnell Orsamus, assignor to himself and F. Overbury, Brooklyn, N. Y. Box in imita- 
tion of a cigar 

Bushnell, Orsamus, assignor to himself and F. Overbury, Brooklyn, N. Y. Slate-cleaner.. 

Bushnell, Oscar P. (See Bushnell, George H. and 0. P.) 

Bushnell, William B., Chicago, HI. Ice-machine 

Bushong, Joseph L., Oskaloosa, Iowa. Washing-machine 

Bushorr, Dorrick J., assignor of one-half to E. Kinsley, Rockton, 111. Machine for mark- 
ing linear measurements on fabrics '. 

Buskirk, Theodor. (See Blomquist and Buskirk.) 

Buskirk, Theodore. (See Shoupe and Buskirk.) 

Buss, Cbarles, Grand Rapids, Mich. Gage for cutter-head knives 

Busse, George. (See Schoenfeld, Louis, assignor.) 

Busse, PanirBaltimore, Md. Envelope 

Busser, W. H., et al. (See Wood. John M., assignor.) 

Busteed. Richard, Brooklyn, N. Y. Telephone-cabinet 

Bustin, John H., assignor of three-fourths to C. H. Duell, E. Laass, and G. W. Hey, Syracuse, 
N. Y. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Butcher, Joseph, Providence, R. 1. Cyclometer 

Butel, Alexander H., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor of one-half to R. W. Fryer, Independ- 
ence, Iowa. Apparatus for extracting grease from wool 

Butler, Calvin L., Greenfield. Mass. CarviDg-fork 

Butler, Cbarles A., Moriah, N Y. Apparatus for boiling sap 

Butler, Edwin, Toulon, 111. Motion-converting mechanism 

Butler, EliT., Hamilton, Ohio. Roller-mill 

Butler, Francis G., West Hartford, Conn., assignor to Vermont Farm Machine Company, 

. Bellows Falls, Vt. Milk-setting apparatus. (Reissue) 

Butler, George W. (See Searles, Charles P., assignor.) 

Butler, Horace, Ludington, Mich. Skidding-machine 

Butler, James M., Danville, Ohio. Vegetable-cutter T 

Butler, Jay F., Brooklyn, and U. McClinchie, New York, N. Y. Canopy-support for chil- 
dren's carriages 

Butler, Jay F., Brooklyn, and U. McClinchie, New York, N. Y. Combined rocking-chair 
and hobby-horse 

Butler, John G., Watertown, Mass. Projectile 

Butler, Joseph, Kennon, Ohio, ^oke-oven 

Butler, JosephC, De Kalb, 111. Windmill 

Butler, Nathan C, Leipsic, Ohio. Automatic water alarm and regulator 

Butler. Nathan C, Leipsic, Ohio. Fire-kindler 

Butler, Orlando W., and T. W. Kelley, Brooklyn, N. Y. Paper for cards and circulars 

Butler, Reese H., W. C. Mount, Gainesville, and J. W. Alexander, Atlanta, Ga. Cam for 
stamp-mills 

Butler. Theodore, Cleveland, Ohio. Spring-hinge 

Butler, Theodoro H., G. W. Earhart, and W. M. Crawford, Columbus, Ohio. Bretzel-cuttei . 

Butler & Ward. (See Ward, Eugene, assignor.) 

Butler, William E., Union, Iowa. Wheel-cultivator 

Butler, William J., Salinas, assignorof one-half to R. H. Hall, San Francisco, Cal. Arm-rest- 
Butler, William S. (See Duchemin, William, assignor.) 

Butler, Zebulon, Wilkes-Barr6, Pa. Stone- working machine 

Butman Furnace Company. (See Butman, Thomas R., assignor.) 

Butman, Thomas R., Cleveland, Ohio. Steam-boiler setting and furnace 



No. 



282,610 
284,814 

271,032 

275,883 
285,794 

283,465 

277,407 
280,345 
277,221 

270,632 
270,633 
280,717 
281,967 

289,216 

289,615 
275,464 
286,261 
288,305 
276,156 
280,444 
283,563 



275.135 

277,222 



279,330 
273,948 

282,492 

274,438 
277,543 
285,108 

272,119 

282,159 
2b4,537 

285,460 
288,543 

279,078 



273,022 
271,413 

282,841 

283,098 
270,737 

276,349 
278,398 
271,786 
285,223 
281,237 

10,357 

288.306 
275,136 

275,582 

275,583 
290,970 
289,887 
272,525 
278,872 
285,009 
273,023 

276,350 
277,881 
274,264 

276,760 
281,338 

288,544 

279,331 



Date. 



Aug. 7 

Sept. 11 

Jan. 23 
Apr. 17 
Oct. 2 

Aug. 21 



July 3 

May 8 

Jan. 16 

Jan. 16 

July 3 

July 24 

Nov. 27 

Dec. "4 

Apr. 10 

Oct. 9 

Nov. 13 

Apr. 24 

July 3 
Aug. 21 



Apr. 3 

May 8 



June 12 
Mar. 13 

Aug. 7 

Mar. 20 
May 15 
Sept. 18 

Feb. 13 

July 31 
Sept. 4 

Sept. 25 
Nov. 13 

June 5 



Feb. 27 
Jan. 30 

Aug. 7 

Aug. 21 
Jan. 16 

Apr. 24 

May 29 
Feb. 6 
Sept. 18 
July 17 

July 17 

Nov. 13 
Apr. 3 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 
Dec. 25 
Dec. 11 
Feb. 20 
June 5 
Sept. 18 
Feb. 27 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



162 

808 

1489 

1329 

16 

1207 

1101 



996 

998 

453 

2056 

1779 

301 
784 
590 
638 

1657 
134 

1323 



337 



898 
911 

15 

1534 
1273 
1173 

671 

2310 
461 

1594 
949 

570 



1824 

1969 

438 

1477 
1132 

1906 
2346 
244 
1308 
1123 

1651 

639 
339 

930 

932 
2045 

647 
1184 

272 
1053 
1826 



Apr. 24 1907 

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May 22 
Mair. 20 

May 1 
July 17 

Nov. 13 

June 12 



1675 
1312 



310 



49 

C225 

)226 

429 

366 



339 



296 
3 



288 
288 
130 
563 

493 

e4 

210 
162 
175 
457 
36 
370 



93 
236 



£51 
4 



341 
329 



183 



634 
131 



448 
260 



157 



511 
569 
123 

416 

325 

529 
641 
68 
368 
309 

450 

175 
93 

253 

253 
562 
180 
331 
78 
295 
511 

529 
457 
362 

80 
346 



1247 
950 260 
900 



252 23 



681 
2286 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 



49 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, aud invention. 



Batman, Thomas E., Cleveland, Ohio. Heater and filter for steam-boilers 

Batman, Thomas R., Cleveland, Ohio. Feed-water heater 

Butinan, Thomas R., assignor to Butmau Furnace Company, ClevelancLjOhio. Furnacc- 
dooi 



Right-angled level 

Power-hammer 

Stamp-mill 

Atmospheric hammer . . 
Atmospheric hammer . . 
Mortal' for stamp-mills . 

Lock-nut 

Atmospheric hammer . . 



Butt, Bozwell B., Richmond, Va. 

Bntterneld, John C, Chicago, 111. 

ButterfieW, John C, Chicago, 111. 

Butterfield, John C, Chicago, 111. 

Butterfield, John C, Chicago, 111. 

Bntterneld, John C, Chicago, 111. 

Butterfield, John C, Chicago, 111. 

Butterfield, John C, Chicago, 111. 

Butterfiold, Nathaniel, Monroe, Wis. Roof. 

Buiterticld, Reuben J. (See Hastings, E. Warren, assignor.) 

Butterfleld, Rodney, Chicago, HI. Last-block fastener 

Butterfield, William, Boston, Mass. Shutter-bower 

Butterweck, Otto C, St. Louis, Mo. Toy pistol 

Butterweck, Otto C, St. Louis, Mo. Toy pistol 

Buttcrwortb, Benjamin. (See Davis, Daniel L., assignor.) 
Butterworth, Charles C, et at. (See Mackin ney . William C, assignor.) 
Batterworth, James, et al. (See Mackinney, William C, assignor.) 
Butterworth. William B., et al. (See Mackinney, William C, assignor.) 
Buttlear, William. (See Willetts aud Buttlear.) 

Bnttner, Henry A.. San Quentin, Cal. Sealing envelopes 

Button, Alpho'nzo, Grand Rapids, Mich. Grocers scoop 

Button, Miladore A., El Dorado, Kans. Windmill 

Button, W. G. (See Cardwell, George A., assignor.) 

Buttrick, Charles G., and T. B. Flanders, Holyoke, Mass. Bearing for spindles 

Buttriek, Charles G., and T. B. Flanders, Holyoke, Mass. Spindle-bolster 

Butts, Austin C, Groveston, N. J. Glove 

Butzbach, Edward, Evanston, HI. Wash-board 

Buzzini, Salvatore J., New York, N. T. Fire-arm 



Byar, Lewis N., Pottstown, Pa. Window-grating 

Byard, Washington I., assignor to himself, M. W. Briggs, and G. A. Oppel, Little Falls, 
N. Y. Car-coupling 

Byerley, Francis X., Cleveland, Ohio. Process of and apparatus for extracting oil and 
other substances from seeds and other materials 

Byers, Eli A., Birmingham, Iowa. Hay elevator and carrier 

livers. Joseph, Xewtouville, and G. Taylor, Everett, Mass. Automatic elevator-hatchway 
■d 



guan 



Bvington, A. Homer. (See Northrup, Israel H., assignor.) 

Byrkett, Ahi.jah R., Troy, Ohio. Earth-scraper 

Byrkett, Ahi.jah R., Troy, Ohio. Wheel or pulley 

Byrkett, Ahijah R., assignor to Champion Scraper Company, Troy, Ohio. Earth-scraper. 
< Reissue i 

Byrkit, Archibald R., Fairfield, Iowa. Book-rest 

Byrne, John J., Chicago, 111. Adjusting mechanism for calipers 

Byj ne, Mary A., New York, X. Y. Toilet-case 

Byrnes, Joseph, assignor of two-thirds to J. Stanson and J. Hollowed, Chicago, 111. Bot- 
tle stopper 

Byrnes, Thomas F., Emporia. Kans. Strap for overshoes 

Byrnes. Thomas W., Manitowoc, Wis. Apparatus for drafting garments 

Byrns, Isaac X. (See Eccles, William M., assignor.) 

Byron, Edward L., Complon, Quebec, Canada. Vegetable-cutter 

Byron, Thomas F., Lowell, Mass. Car-coupling 

Cabell, Flora B. (See Cabell, Samuel G., assignor.) 

Cabell, Milton S., assignor of one-half to W. Schaefer, Quincy, HI. Lubricator for engine- 
slides 



Cabell, Milton S., assignor of one-half to W. Schaefer Quincy, 111. Lubricator 

Cabell. Samuel G.. assignor to F. B. Cabell, Washington, D. C. Lubricator 

Cable, John A., St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for separating gold 

Cable. Richard Y., Poughkeepsie. X. Y. Corset 

Cade, Bavins, Scolt's Depot, W. Va. Car-conpling 

Cadi-. George, assignor of one-half to H. P. Miller, Milan, Tenn. Nut-lock 

Cadigon, Edward, assignor to himsclt and A. B. Mole, Adams, Mass. Beamer 

( ad well. Alexander, Petaluma, Cal. Harness-buckle 

Cany, D. Law tun. J lolly. Mich. Weather-strip 

('adv. Frank E. (See Hall, Edward C, assignor.) 

Caesar, Julius, New York, N. Y. Enameled letter for signs 

< laffall, Robert M., Philadelphia, Pa. Treating waterproofed building material 

Cage, (moil;.- A.. i:>. al. (See Freeman. Walter F., assignor.) 

Cage, George A.. Mineola, Tex. Car-coupling 

Cagle, Alexander W., Hollywood, assignor of one-half to A. C. Rhodes, Little Rock, Ark. 

Log-wagon 

Cagney, Timothy J., assignor to Sheldon & Co., New York, N. Y. Book-binding 

C.ihill. John T., and L. Mangold, Chattanooga, Tenn. Service-pipe box 

(.'aim. Levi F., New York. X. Y. Snap for neck-chains 

Cahoone, Edwin R. (See Bea, John H., Jr., assignor.) 

Caillat, Louis D., Paris, France. Manufacture of pasteboard boxes 

Cain. Andrew C. W.. Pittsburg, Pa. Wooden half-sole for boots or shoes 

Cain, Epbraim D., Winigan, Mo. Car-coupling 

Cain, Harry, assignor of one-half to C. H. Mick el, Bridgeton, N. J. Fruit-jar 

Cain. John, Pittsburg. Pa. Apparatus for drilling wells 

< aim-. Robert E., Battle Creek, Mich. Salt-box 

(ajar, Friederich, New York, X. Y. Pipe-wrench 

Calahan, Edward A. (See Delany, Patrick B., assignor.) 

(alahan. Edwaid A.. Brooklyn, and P. B. Delaney, New York, N. Y., assignors to Stand-? 
aid Electric Manufacturing Company. Multiplex telegraph j 

Cahbr. George, Mill Creek, Utah Ter. Game-table 

Caldor, Robert A. (See Farmer and Calder.) 

Calderwood, Alexander C, Johnstown, N. Y. Glove-finishing apparatus 

4 PAT 



No. 



Date. 



250,013 
281,014 

273,813 
283,564 
285,387 
285,388 
285,389 
285,390 
285,391 
290,849 
290,850 
274,265 

270,013 
285,795 
270,738 
279,128 



281,448 
282,493 
275,137 

285,461 
289,971 
290,664 
277,109 
284,815 

284,117 



282,438 

275,989 
271,218 

276,767 

273,253 
289,335 

10,370 
289,384 
279,534 
283,071 

282,953 
282,954 
282,842 

283,466 
277,677 



289,066 

289,888 
283,860 
274,083 

270,739 

272,643 
271,414 

278.873 
276,223 
282,160 

273,024 
275,327 

279,332 

275.016 
277,'45C 
279,703 
275,584 

270,740 
273,460 
273,949 
279,535 
285,010 
286,384 
270,741 



281,339 j 
289,217 j 
276,768 



July 10 
July 10 

Mar. 13 

Aug. 21 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 25 
Dec. 25 
Dec. 25 
Mar. 20 

Jan. 2 
Oct. 2 
Jan. 16 
June 12 



July 17 
Aug. 7 
Apr. 3 

Sept. 25 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 25 
May 8 
Sept. 11 

Aug. 28 

July 31 

Apr. 17 
Jan. 30 

May 1 

Mar. 6 

Nov. 27 

Aug. 21 
Dec. 4 
June 19 
Aug. 14 

Aug. 14 
Aug. 14 
Aug. 7 

Aug. 21 
May 15 



Nov. 27 
Dec. 11 
Aug. 28 
Mar. 13 

Jan. 16 

Feb. 20 
Jan. 30 
June 5 
Apr. 24 
July 31 

Feb. 27 
Apr. 3 

June 12 

Apr. 3 
May 15 
June 19 
Apr. 10 

Jan. 16 
Mar. 6 
Mar. 13 
June 19 
Sept. 13 
Oct. 9 
Jan. 16 



July 17 
Nov. 27 
May 1 



Monthly 
volume. 



831 
833 

746 
1325 

1.106 
1507 
1509 
1510 
1:1111 
1882 
1883 
1313 

222 

17 

1134 

657 



1391 

16 

339 

1595 
742 

1640 
757 
810 

2022 



1449 
1719 



14 
1923 

1532 

14 

1162 

711 

568 
569 
438 

1208 
1431 



1001 
648 
1680 
1073. 
1135 

1339 
1970 
273 
1736 
2311 

1827 
567 

903 

173 

1170 
1356 
933 

1136 
284 
911 

1163 

1054 
761 

1137 



1249 
1780 
312 



231 
232 

203 
370 
423 
424 
424 
424 
425 
520 
520 
362 

61 

5 

325 

180 



382 

4 

93 

448 
210 
451 
199 
226 
(562 
(563 

732 

399 

498 



4 
534 

432 

5 
322 
200 

101 
161' 
124 

339 

380 



443 

180 

475 

296 

(325 

) 326 

376 

509 

79 

480 

634 

511 



252 

47 
314 
378 
253 

326 

77 
249 
322 
295 
206 
326 



Official 
Gazette. 



(346 jj 
< 347 S 24 
1.348 J 
493 25 

81 23 



233 

843 

1680 



50 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Caldwell, George R., Troy, N. Y . Wire-cloth for the manufacture of paper, &c 

Caldwell, Henry W. , Chicago, HI. Elevator-bucket 

Caldwell, James S., Angus, Tex. Washing-machine 

Caldwell, John A., Bay Ridge, N. T. Crane 

Caldwell, John H., Baseo, 111. Gate 

Caldwell, William C, Chicago, 111. Sirup-pitcher 

Caldwell, William L., Chicago, HI. Combined blotter, calendar, and rule 

Calef, Joseph W., North Easton, Mass. Pipe cutter and tongs 

Calef, Joseph W., North Easton, Mass. Wreuch 

Caler, John H. (See Small and Caler.) 

Caley, Jeremiah, Brazil, assignor of two-thirds to C. Schrepferman and G. W. Mathis, Clay 

County, Ind. Adjustable-frame sulky 

Calhoon, John C, New Brighton, Pa. Truss 

Calhoun, D. Irving, Weedsport, N. Y. Excavator and loader 

Calhoun, D. Irving, Weedsport, N. Y. Car for hoisting and conveying machines 

Calkins, Henry, Vinton, Iowa. Washing-machine '. 

Calkins, James B., Pacific, Mo. Car-door fastening 

Call, Edward B., Peoria, 111. Cutting and abrading disk 

Call, Libbie A., Oshkosh, Wis. Dress-chart 

Callahan, Amos, Maryville, Tenn., assignor to himself and W. J. Davis, New York, N. Y. 

Millstone-driver 

Callahan, Charles, et al. (See King and Bradshaw, assignors.) 

Callahan, Cornelius, assignor to American Eire Hose Manufacturing Company, Chelsea, 

Mass. Coupling for uniting streams from fire-engines 

Callahan, Cornelius, assignor to American Fire Hose Manufacturing Company, Chelsea, 

Mass. Hose 

Callahan, James F., Knoxville, Tenn. Millstone-driver 

Callahan, Russel B., Lansing, Mich. Sash-holder 

Callan, John P., Aurora, HI. Saddle for vehicle-springs 

Callan, Michael, Jr., Lytle City, Iowa. Check -rower for corn-planters 

Callanen, Frank J. (See Beckwith, Samuel H., assignor.) 

Callard, John W., Toledo, Ohio. Filter ■ 

Callen, Jacob B., et al. (See House, Alfred B., assignor.) 

Callow, John J., Cleveland, Ohio. Stencil-plate for graining 

Calver, Timothy, Portsmouth, Ohio. Foice-pump 

Calver, Timothy, Portsmouth, Ohio, and S. H. Stout, Covington, Ky. Balanced slide-valve. 

Calver, William, Washington, D. C. Apparatus for storing and distributing solar heat 

Calver, William, Washington, D. C. Water-lens for solar heaters 

Calvert, Callenderl., Philadelphia, Pa. Sod transplanter and cutter 

Calvert, William H., et al. (See Heaverin, William H, assignor.) 
Calvin, John J., et al. (See Moore and Heaberlin, assignors.) 
Cameron, Allen P., et al. (See Pavey, Samuel, assignor.) 

Cameron, Arthur, Kalamazoo, and C. E. Russell, Grand Rapids, Mich. Car-step 

Cameron, George H., Oshkosh, Wis. Saw-mill dog 

Cameron, James W., assignor to J. H. Roberts, E. Seymour, and J. B. Hyde, New York,! 

N. Y. Button-hole attachment for sewing-machines ; 

Cameron, Joseph, Cynthiana, Ohio. Harrow 

Camp, Bushrod H. (See Camp, Wallace H, assignor.) 
Camp, Edward E., et al (See Angel, Joseph R., assignor.) 

Camp, Hiram, assignor to New Haven Clock Company, New Haven, Conn. Clock-bell 

Camp, John C. (See Merritt, Wiley, assignor.) 

Camp, Joseph D., East Randolph, Vt. Method of and apparatus for separating apple-seed 

from pomace 

Camp, Louis F., et al. (See Angel, Joseph R., assignor.) 

Camp, Mortimer M., New Haven, Conn., assignor to Indestructible Water Pipe Company, 

of New York. Pipe-coupling 

Camp, Thomas, Covington, Ga. Cotton-gin 

Camp, Wallace H., Waterbury, Conn., assignor of one-half to B. H. Camp, Boston, Mass. 

Lock for post-office boxes '. 

Camp, Wallace H., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, Conn. Key- 



rack. 



Campbell, Alanson, et al. (See Vincent, John, Jr.. assignor.) 

Campbell, Alexander H., Waynesborough, Pa. Key-seat-milling machine 

Campbell, Allen G. (See Chambers, Daniel T., assignor.) 

Campbell, Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. and E. McLoughlin, New York, N. Y. Mech- 
anism for operating the beds of printing-presses 

Campbell, Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. andE. McLoughlin, New York, N. Y. Varia- 
ble bed-motion for printing-machines 

Campbell, Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. and E. McLoughlin, New York, N. Y. Face- 
cloth for printing-presses ■■ 

Campbell. Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. and E. McLoughlin, New York, N. Y. Print- 
er's inking and distributing roller 

Campbell, Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. and E. McLoughlin, New York, N. Y. Grind-? 
ing-machine . -__- S 

Campbell, Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. and E. McLoughlin, New York, N. Y. Mount- 
ing form-rollers for printing-presses 

Campbell, Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. and E. McLoughlin. New York, N. Y. Print 



mg-press. 



Campbell, Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. and E. McLoughlin, New York, N. Y. Mech- 
anism for shifting the angle-rollers of printing-presses 

Campbell, Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. and E. McLoughlin, Now York, N. Y. Print- 
er's inking-roller 

Campbell, Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. and E. McLoughlin, New York, N. Y. Slid- 
ing bearer for beds of printing-presses - 

Campbell, Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. and E. McLoughlin, New York, N. Y. Oscil-J 
lating-cylinder printing-machine i 

Campbell, Andrew J., New York, N. Y. Fire-proof floor 

Campbell, Angus K., Newton, Iowa. Apparatus for heating and ventilating rooms 

Campbell, Bryant D., assignor to Patent Flue Thimble Company, Richmond, Ind. Stove- 
pipe fastener 

Campbell, Charles, Binghamton, N. Y., assignor of one-half to S. L. Wilsey, Manson. Iowa. 
Ironing-table 

Campbell, Charles B., Buffalo, N. Y. Roller-mill 

Campbell, Charles C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Driving-belt 



284,273 
280,909 
282,955 
284,274 
276,769 
280,012 
282,702 
272,526 
273,461 



287,622 
282,268 
278,399 
283,964 
273,346 
271,415 
270,384 
281,666 

271,034 



276,131 

278,312 
271,572 
280,445 
280.910 

274,266 

281,177 

280.446 
288.007 
281,015 
290,851 
290,852 
284.720 



280,129 
282,048 

272,527 

274,267 

278,874 

280.130 

283,072 
277,223 

280,718 

287,623 

274,906 

274,560 

278,875 

279,129 

280,447 
282,049 

282,956 

283,201 

284,607 

285,011 

286,997 

289,810 

289,218 
275,585 

275,586 

275,753 | 
272,644 I 
277,678 I 



Sept. 4 
July 10 
Aug. 14 
Sept. 4 
May 1 
June 26 
Aug. 7 
Feb. 20 
Mar. 6 



Oct. 30 
July 31 
May 29 
Aug. 28 
Mar. 6 
Jan. 30 
Jan. 9 
July 24 

Jan. 23 



Apr. 17 

May 29 

Jan. 30 

July 3 

July 10 

Mar. 20 

July 10 

July 3 

Nov. G 

July 10 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 25 

Sept. 11 



June 26 
July 31 

Feb. 20 

Mar. 20 

June 5 

June 26 

Aug. 14 
May 8 

July 3 

Oct. 30 

Apr. 3 

Mar. 27 

June 5 

June 12 

July 3 
July 31 

Aug. 14 

Aug. 14 

Sept. 11 

Sept. 18 

Oct. 23 

Dec. 11 

Nov. 27 
Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 
Feb. 20 
May 15 



143 
703 
569 
144 
313 

1728 
286 

1185 
285 



2352 
2447 
2347 
1808 

140 
1971 

670 
1666 

1491 



1625 

2234 

2170 

135 

704 

1314 

1039 

135 

280 

834 

1884 

1886 

695 



1865 
2155 

1186 

1315 

273 



712 

889 

454 

2352 

17 

1715 
274 
658 

136 

2156 

570 

870 

548 

1057 

1538 

546 

1781 
934 

935 

1157 
1340 
1432 



40 
198 
161 

40 

81 
484 

80 
331 

77 



634 
673 
642 
512 
39 
569 
197 
455 

430 



447 

612 
625 
36 
198 
362 

288 

37 
79 
232 
520 
520 
195 



526 

591 

(331 

)332 

363 



79 

526 

200 
237 

130 

634 

5 

476 

79,80 

180 

37 
(591 
i 592 

161 

243 

155 

296 

424 

(152 

t 153 

493 

254 

254 

317 
376 
386 



HOTTED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



51 



Name, residenco, and invention. 



Campbell. Charles L., and M. T. Martin, Chicago, HI. Machine for manipulating cards or 
tickets for creating value 

Campbell, David, et al. (See Schilling, William, assignor.) 

Campbell, Elijah W. (See Ci'mpbell, Solon O., assignor.) 

Campbell, Frank E., Piqua, Ohio. Combined leg and clasp for folding lounges 

Campbell, Franklin P., assiguor to himself and T. E. Hayes, Bloomfield, N. J. Adjustable 
eaves-trough bracket 

Campbell, George, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Forge 

Campbell, Gertrude, Chicago, 111. Monthly-protector 

Campbell, Henry A., Metuchen, N. J. Steam-condenser 

Campbell, Henry F., Concord, IT, H. Barrel-hoop-planing machine 

Campbell, Henry F., Concord, N. H. Hoop-preparing mechanism 

Campbell, Henry F., Concord, N. H. Electrical conductor 

Campbell, Henry F., Concord, N. H. Electrical cable 

Campbell, Henry F., Concord, N. H. Electrical conductor 

Campbell, Herbert. (See Crawford, Middloton, assignor.) 

Campbell, Howard. (See Scott and Campbell.) 

Campbell, Howard, assignor to Gaar, Scott & Company, Eichmond, Ind. Grain-separator . 

Campbell, James A., "Waco, Tex. Oil-can 

Campbell, .Tames A., "Waco, Tex. Oil-can 

Campbell, James M., Brusbland, N. T. Frnit-drier 

Campbell, James W., Germantown, N. Y. Window-cornice 

Campbell, James W., Germantown, assignor to H. L. Judd &Co., New York, N. Y. Com- 
bined cornico and cornice-pole 

Campbell, John, San Francisco, Cal. Smelting refractory ores 

Campbell, John, Walden, N. Y. Bench-plane 

Campbell, John, Walden, N. Y. Cooking-utensil 

Campbell, John, Walden, N. Y., assignor to Stanley Rule and Bevel Company, New Brit- 
ain. Conn. Bench-plane. (Reissue) 

Campbell, Joseph. (See Raymond, Seymour, assignor.) 

Campbell, Malcolm, Holyoke, Mass. Adjustable hinge 

Campbell, Mark, Chicago. HI. Hair rooter, knitter, and hackle 

Campbell, Myron, South Bend, Ind. Check-hook 

Campbell. Newton, Elizabethtown, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Campbell, Rebecca A., Quincy. Mass. Milk-pail 

Campbell, Robert, Allegheny', Pa. Gearing 

Campbell, Smith, ct al. (Seo Vincent, John, Jr., assignor.) 

Campbell Solon 0., Van Wert, Iowa, assignor of one-half to E. W. Campbell, Fort Worth, 
Tex. Device for converting motion 

Campbell, William C, Corning, N. Y. Wagon-jack 

Campbell, William H., New York, N. Y. Ticket-punch 

Camphcll, William M., Mount Clemens. Mich., assignor to National Continuous Stone Con- 
duit Company. New York, N. Y. Apparatns for forming underground pipes of concrete.. 

Campbell, William M., Mount Clemens, Mich., assignor to National Continuous Stone Con- 
duit Company, New York, X. Y. Apparatus for forming continuous conduits of concrete. 

Campbell. William R., and W. J. Chambers, Kirkwood, 111. Corn-planter check-rower 

Campen, William W., Wilmington, N. C. Mechanical movement 

Campbell, William W., San Francisco, Cal. Station-indicator 

Campbell, William W., assignor of one-half to W. H. Thomas, Indianapolis, Ind. Pulley- 
covering 

Campbell, William W., assignor of one-half to W. H. Thomas, Indianapolis, Ind. Cement- 
ing composition 

Campfield, Matthew E.. assignor to himself and C.G. Luttiff, Cleveland, Ohio. Blank for 
monkey-wrenches 

Canaday, Winfield S.. assignor of one-half to J. N. Watkins, New Castle, Ind. Balanced 
valve 

Canavan, John H., Globe, Ariz. Ter. Water-jacket for furnaces 

Canavan, John H., Globe, Ariz. Ter. Reverberatory furnace 

Candlisb, Tb< inas C, St. Louis, Mo. Corset-clasp 

Canrlrian, Herman A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to H. Pulver, Chicago, HI. Barber's 

chair 

Canessa, Paride, San Francisco, Cal. Folding box 

Canfield Company, I. A. (See Canfield, Isaac A., assignor.) 

Canfield, Felix P., Boston. Mass. Safetv-stop for elevators 

Canfield, Henry C. (Seo Dull, Norman R., assignor.) 

Canfield, Isaac A., assignor to I. A. Canfield Company. Middletown, Conn. Cutting-die. . . 

Cannefux. George R., Dixon, Mo. Middlings-purifier 

Canney, John F. (See Tousey, Donald F., assignor.) 

Cannon, AlbertP., Farmingdale, Me. Fastening for reflectors upon tubular lanterns 

Cannon, Fred. C, New Haven, Conn. CarriageJamp 

Cannon, H. C, et al. (See Gates, Thomas, assignor.) 

Cannon, Jauies F., and W. C. Von Buchwald, Philadelphia, Pa. Sewing-machine 

Cannon, Richard, Washington, Pa. Sight for fire-arms 

Cannon, Robert J., and J. M. Ward, Des Moines, Iowa. Seal-lock 

Cantelo, John S., Taunton, Mass. Adjustable drawing-knife 

Cantelo. John S., Boston, Mass. Drawing-knife 

Canvas Slide Fire Escape Company. (See Bailey, Ezra H., assignor.) 

Capen, Thomas W.,assignorto Yale Lock Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Trav-? 

cling crane j 

Capen, Thomas W., assignorto YaleLockManufacturingCompany, Stamford, Conn. Trav-? 
ellng crane 5 

Capen, Thomas W., assignor to Yale Lock Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn.? 
Crane 5 

Capen, Thomas W., assignor to Yale Lock Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn.? 
Hoisting apparatus > 

Capen, Thomas W., assignor to Yale Lock Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn.? 

Overhead traveling apparatns 5 

Capen, Thomas W., assignor to Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Traveling crane 



No. 



290,395 



279,536 

288,307 
285,224 
276,770 
277,457 
272,029 
288,205 
290,853 
290,854 
290,971 



967,756 
274,718 
287,232 
283,202 
273,814 

281,340 
290,629 
271,219 

284,608 

10,394 

279,857 
281,834 
273,254 
275,138 
274,268 
290,855 



279,513 

276,771 
281,835 

272,410 

272,411 
278,876 
284,816 
287,094 

276,559 

278,681 

285,796 

280,346 

277,989 

285,462 
279,910 

285,109 
280,013 

281,016 

286,901 
280,571 

274,170 
270,385 

288,008 
274,269 
276,666 
286,385 
290,396 

270,279 



270,386 

271,311 
273,462 
275,465 

278,774 



Date. 



Dec. 18 



June 19 

Nov. 13 
Sept. 18 
May 1 
May 15 
Feb. 13 
Nov. 13 
Deo. 25 
Dec. 25 
Dec. 25 



Oct. 30 
Mar. 27 
Oct. 23 
Aug. 14 
Mar. 13 

July 17 
Dec. 18 
Jan. 30 

Sept. 11 

Oct. 23 

June 19 
July 24 
Mar. 6 
Apr. 3 
Mar. 20 
Dec. 25 



June 12 

May 1 
July 24 

Feb. 20 

Feb. 20 

June 5 
Sept. 11 
Oct. 23 

May 1 

June 5 

Oct. 2 

July 3 

May 22 

Sept. 25 
June 26 

Sept. 18 
June 26 

July 10 

Oct. 16 
July 3 

Mar. 20 
Jan. 9 

Nov. 6 

Mar. 20 
May 1 
Oct. 9 
Dec. 18 



Jan. 9 

Jan. 9 

Jan. 30 
Mar. 6 
Apr. 10 
June 5 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



1274 



1164 

640 
1309 

314 
1171 

553 

513 
1887 
1888 
2045 



2525 
1899 
1843 

874 
748 

1252 
1595 
1721 

549 



2049 

1534 
1891 
15 
341 
1316 
1889 



1131 

314 

1891 

1043 

1044 
277 
811 

1666 

17 



18 

10 

1805 

1597 
1600 

1175 
1729 

835 

1413 

280 

1192 
671 

281 

1317 

155 

761 

1275 

533 



672 



1830 



286 



785 



121 



358 



322 

175 

368 
82 
315 
150 
143 
521 
521 
562 



681 
530 
504 
244 
203 

348 

438 

498 

(155 

i 156 

557 

429 
516 
5 
94 
363 
521 



313 

82 
516 

292 

292 

80 

226 

457 



3 

(492 

J493 

448 

449 

329 
485 

232 

388- 
77 

328 
197 



363 

40 

206 

358 

(156 
) 157 

1197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
(531 
?532 
( 77 
< 78 
( 79 
(210 
)211 



25 



25 
24 
23 
23 
23 
25 
25 
25 
25 



25 
23 
25 
24 
23 

24 
25 
23 

5 24 



23 
24 
23 
23 
23 
25 



23 
23 
24 

23 

23 
23 
24 
25 



23 
25 

23 

?23 

24 
23 

24 1119 
23 2440 

24 

25 

24 

23 
23 

25 
23 
23 
25 
25 



>23 

J 23 
>23 
^23 



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52 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Capon, Thomas W., assignor to Yale &. Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. 
Traveling crane 

Capen, Thomas W., assignor to Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. 
Hoisting apparatus ' 

CapcweiC George J. (See Murphy, Daniel H., assignor.) 

Cappel, Fredrick, Hohoken, N. J. Cork puller or screw 

Cappel, Friedrich. (See Bauer, Ernst, assignor.) 

Capron, ElishaP. H., Hudson, N. Y. Friction-clutch 

Capron, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Pneumatic indicator and speaking-tube 

Capron, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Electrical indicator for speaking-tubes 

Carbouate Mining Company. (See Davis, Robert W., assignor.) 

Card, William L. (Seo Dane and Card.) 

Cardwell, George A., assignor to W. G. Button, Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic telephone- 
exchange 

Cardwell, Thomas M., and N. B. Berry, Harrodsburg, Ky. Hinged mouth-piece for mail- 



pouehes. 



Cardy, Joseph. (See Parker and Cardy.) 

Carey, Dennis, Lynn, Mass. Horseshoe 

Carey, Ebenezer M. (See McMurray and Carey.) 

Carey, Eustace, H. Gaskell, Jr., and E. Hurter, Widnes, county of Lancaster, England. 
Manufacture of bicarbonate of soda : 

Carey, Henry W., Manistee, Mich. Band for shingle-bunches 

Carey, William J., Millvale, assignor of one-half to H. P. Staving, Allegheny, Pa. Ereight- 
car-door fastening 

Carey, Wilson "W. , Lowell, Mass. Wood-rim pulley 

Carey, Wilson W., Lowell, Mass. Band-sawing machine , 

Carey, Wilson W., Lowell, Mass. Wood-rim pulley 

Cargill, Frank R., Chicago, 111. Journal-bearing 

Carl, George. (See Gorrell, Albert, assisnor.) 

Carl, John, New York, N. Y. Combined jelly and ice-cream tray 

Carl, Robert. (See Smith, Curtis A., assignor.) 

Carlaw, John A. (See Bradshaw, Edwin, assignor.) 

Carleton, Albert S., Browriville, N. Y. Carriage-gearing 

Carleton, Cyrus. (See Willcox and Carleton.) 

Carleton, Cyrus, assignor to Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company, Providence, R. I. 
Bolt and nut lock - .' 

Carleton, Monroe G., assignor to G. W. Austin and V. S. Pease, Jackson, Mich. Bouquet- 
badge 



Carleton, Roswell. (See Keith and Carleton.) 

Carleton. Roswell. (See Keith, Thomas K., assignor.) 

Carley, Benjamin, Paterson, N. J., assignor to C. Holland, New York, N. Y. Slide-valve- 

Carley, Harvey. (See Page and Carley.) 

Carley, Timothy L., assignor of one-half to L. F. Powell, Syracuse, N. Y. Saw-frame for 

circular- saw mills - 

Carley, Timothy L., L. F. Powell, and H H. Boggs, Syracuse, N. Y. ; said Boggs assignor 

to said Powell. Set- works for sawmills 

Carlile, George F., Bloomingtan, 111. Railway-signal 

Carlisle, Frederick, assignor to National Chemical Machine and Manufacturing Company, 

Newark, N. J. Apparatus for the manufacture of hydrated sulphurous acid 

Carlisle, George, Attleborough, Mass. Universal joint 

Carlisle, James D. (See Smither and Carlisle.) 

Carlisle, William S., Watertown. N. Y. Ruffling attachment for sewing-machines 

Carlisle, William S., assignor to Davis Sewing Machine Company, Watertown, NY. Sew-'. 

ing-machine ' 

Carlock, Charles F., New York, and C. H. Davids, Brooklyn, N. Y.; said Davids assignor 

to said Carlock. Book adjuster and supporter 

Carlsen, Hans M., Cleveland, Ohio. Binding pole and chain 

Carlson, William H. (See Learning, Christopher, assignor.) 

Carlsson, Theodore, (See Lindgren, Carl A., assignor.) 

Carlton, Galen, Brooklyn, N.Y.,"and D. M. Smyth, assignors to Smyth Manufacturing Com-i 

pany, Hartford, Conn. Apparatus for pasting sheets in binding books ] 

Carlton, Harry W., Peoria, 111. Electiic train-an ester 

Carman, A. F., et al. (Seo Williimson, S. Stuart, assignor.) 

Carman. Alonzo G., Marengo, 111. Attachment for windmills 

Carman, Alvin O., Potterville, Mich. Combined harvester and grain-binder 

Carman, Benjamin F., San Francisco, Cal. Cable-grip 

Carman, Hiram, Portland, assignor to Hyde, Klime & Co., Ridgway, Pa. Adjustable saw- 
guide 

Carman, John W., Fort Atkinson, Wis., assignor of part to E. Terliune, Chicago, 111., and 

G. F. Patterson, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Window-screen 

Carman, Theodore F. (See S:evens and.Boud, assignors.) 

Cannicharl, nenrv, Brunswick, Mi!. Treating paper-stock. (Reissue) 

Carmichacl, John P., Milwaukee, Wis. Rubber-dam clamp 

Carmien, Charles C. (See Yoder and Carmien.) 

Caruell, George, Philadelphia, Pa. Brick-pressing machine 

Carney, S. H. (SeoMalcney. James A., assignor.) 
Carney, S. H., trustee. (See Maloney. James A., assignor.) 

Carney, Thomas, Arbucl;le, W. Va. ' Lifting-jack 

Caro, ITemrich, Mannheim, Germany, and A. Kern, Basle, Switzerland, assignors to Ba- 

dische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, Mannheim, Germany. Manufacture of dye-stuff 

Caron, Charles K. (See Maxwell, George S., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Alexis C, Rochester, N. Y. Truck 

Carpenter, Augustine. (See Hitchcock, Henry, assignor.) 

Carpenter, Coles A., Oyster Bay, N. Y. Apparatus for excavating and screening sand, &c. 

Carpenter, Delos, Orion. Mich. Fanniug-mill 

Carpenter, Edd, Owosso. Mich. Harness-pad press 

Carpenter Edwin P. (See Wilson. Eugene M., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Francis W., Harrison, N. Y. Toy horsed. 

Carpenter, Francis W., Harrison, N. Y. Dust-pan 

Carpenter, Francis W., Harrison, N. Y. Dust-pan 

Carpenter, Francis W. , Harrison, N. Y. Toy horse and cart 

Carpenter, George A. (Seo Rickel and Carpenter.) 

Carpentc r, George O., H al, (See Simonds, George W., assignor.) 

Carpenter, James M., Pawtucket, R. I. Screw-plate 



No. 



281,613 
260,572 
276,157 



276,990 
286,386 

278,092 
271,416 
275,139 
282,161 
280,347 

284,721 



281,667 

277,408 
273,666 

282,162 

290,174 

290,531 

289,385 



282,843 
270,540 

274,719 
276,351 



276,224 
277,990 

275,140 
269.826 
288,690 

270,387 

277,111 

10.282 

277,224 

283,565 

288.009 
290,856 



274.270 
277,225 
285.877 
287,095 



290,857 



Date. 



June 5 

June 19 

Oct. 30 

Apr. 10 
May 8 
Aug. 14 

July 17 
July 3 
Apr. 24 



May 1 
Oct. 9 

May '22 
Jan. 30 
Apr. 3 
July 31 
July 3 

Sept. 11 



July 24 

May 8 
Mar. 6 

July 31 

Dec. 11 

Dec. 18 
Dec. 4 

Sept. 11 
Oct. 2 

Aug. 7 
Jan. 9 

Mar. 27 
Apr. 24 

Apr. 24 
May 22 

Apr. 3 
Jan. 2 
Nov. 20 

Jan. 9 

May 8 

Feb. 6 
May 8 

Aug. 21 

Nov. 6 
Dec. 25 

July 10 

Nov. 13 
July 31 
Jan. 30 

Mar. 20 
May 8 
Oct. 2 
Oct. 23 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



122 34,35 



211 
199 
200 



1923 

1972 

341 

2312 

11 

696 



1668 



2313 



983 



812 
236 



1900 

1908 



1736 
1805 



529 
891 



1326 



131 8 
891 

m 
1668 



156 
206 



195 



455 



635 



277 



226 
66 

125 
<, 254 
> 255 

530 

529 



94 
2.3.4 
313 



23-2 



Dec. 25 I 1891 522 25 I 1241 




23 1977 

23 396 

21 | 1285 

24 I 424 
24 4 

24 1028 



24 



309 



24 : 424 



25 



1069 



llfil 

890 



1185 
1576 



751 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



53 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Carpenter, Jesse, Wymau, Mich. Cant-hook 

Carpenter, Juliaette W. B., Medford Mass. Halter 

Carpenter, Lorin D., Brush Creek, Iowa. Tread-power 

Carpenter, Peter M.. Buffalo Gap. Tex. Sheep-dip 

Carpenter, Robert K., Medford, Mass. Horse-clipping machine 

Carpenter, S. M. (See Kaulholz, John N.. assignor.) 

Carpenter, William A., Bankers, Mich. Measure 

Carpenter, William B.. Newark, N. J. Plastic eyelet 

Carpentier, Henri. (See Lartigne, Charles F. M. T., assignor.) . 

Carper, Samuel B.. Bada, 111. Harrow 

Carqucville. Edward, ital. (See Uartman, George J., assignor.) 
Can - , Annie. (Seo Chace, John K., assignor.) 

Carr, Clark E., Galeshurg, 111. Car-coupling 

Carr, George W , assignor to Carr & Hohson, (limited,) New York, N. T. Guide-wheel 

for plows 

Can' & Hohson. (Seo Carr, George W., assignor.) 
Carr & Hohson. (See Hohson, Joseph "W., assignor.) 

Carr. Howard, San Francisco, Cal. Magazine-gun 

Carr, James, Syracuse, N. T. Pool-hall rack 

Carr, James, Covington, Ky. Fountain-pen 

Carr, Jerome S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Velocipede 



Carr. John I. (See Stroni and Can.) 

Carr, John I., Chicago, 111., assignor to L. W. Tatum, Cleveland, Ohio. Tool-holder for 
grindstones 

Can, John I., Chicago, 111., assignor to L. W. Tatum, Cleveland, Ohio. Tool-holder for 
grindstones 

Carr, John F., Camden, N. J. Gas-lighter 

Carr, Joseph E., assignor of one-half to 0. E. Michaelis, Philadelphia, Pa. Therapeutic 
electric appliance 

Carr, Laurence, Shakopee, Minn. Hame 

Can-, Robert L., Fall River, Mass. Warping-machino 

Carr, Robert L., Fall River, Mass. Apparatus for rewinding yarn from broken or dam- 
aged cops 

Carr. Robert S , assignor, by mesne assignments, to Sohn Bidge Implement Company, 

Hamilton, Ohio. Seeder 

Carr, Robert S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Sohn Bidge Implement Company, 

Hamilton, Ohio. Planter 

Carr. Robert S., assignor to Sohn Ridge Implement Company, Hamilton, Ohio. Horse 

hay-rake 

Carr, Robert S., and J. W. See, assignors, bv mesne assignments, to Sohn Ridge Implement 

Company, Hamilton. Ohio. Grain-drill attachment 

Carr. Seaborn, Eminence. Mo. Spoke-socket for wheels 

Carr. Stephen B. (See Hall, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Carr. Sydney H.. as^iguor to L. Schlesinger &. Co.. New York. N. Y. Toy locomotive 

Carr, William, assignor of one-half to J. K. Martin and C. Vander Voet, St. Louis, Mo. 

Needle-bar cover for sewing-machines ,. 

Carrick. Thomas J., assignor to H. Snowden and C. H. Cowman, Baltimore, Md. Dental 

vuleanizer 

Canick. William. Boston, Mass. Ribbon or label holder for hats 

Carrier, Arthur, Bay City, Mich. Lath-sawing machine 

Carrier, Louis N. (See Amyot, Jean 13., assignor, j 
Carrington, George L., et ol. (See Howe, Solon G.. -osignor.) 

Carroll, Erastus A., East Bloomfield, N. Y. Horseshoe' 

Carroll. George D., assignor to M. C. Carroll, Yonkers, N. Y. Drying printed sheets 

Carroll, Henry S. (See Smith. Robert M.. assignor.) 

Carroll, John, Owiug's Mills. Md. Casket restT 

Carroll, John, Rnshville, Ind. Vehicle-spring 

Carroll, Julias, ft nl. (See Whiting, James M., assignor.) 
Carroll. Manfred C. (See Carroll, George D., assignor.) 

Can oil. Martin, Chicago, 111. Brick-machine 

Carroll, Samuel T.. Denton, Tex. Mud-shoo 

Carroll, William. (See Martin, William F., assignor.) 

Carroll. William T.. Worcester, assignor to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Bearing 

for spinning spindles 

Carroll, William T., Worcester, assignor to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Spindle- 
bearing , 

Carrutb," William H., Bolivar, assignor of one-half to G. W. Randolph, Montezuma, Tenn. 

Harrow and cultivator 

CarTuthcrs. William H., Moundsville, W. Va, Pullev 

Carscadin, Charles A., and F. P. Fish, New York, N. Y. Safety attachment for elevators 
Carson, Azariah. (Seo Patterson, George W., assignor.) 

Carson, Francis B., Staunton. Va. Wagon-brake 

Carson, Howard A., Boston. Mass. Mechanism for moving earlh and excavated material. 

Carson, John, Cleveland. Ohio. Furnace 

Carson, Robert J., Chicago, assignor of one-half to E. Eutz. Springfield, HI. Iron or sfeel 

fence-post 



Carson, Robert J.. Chicago, assignor to T. Gilmore, Macomb, 111. Transom-lifter 

Carson, Robert J., Chicago, assignor of six-eighths to T. Gilmore, McComb, 111., and J. R. 

Hammond. Leadvillo, Colo. Iron fence-post 

Carstensen. Ingwer A. (See Carstensen. Peter C. and I. A.) 

Carstensen. Peter C. and I. A., Walnut, Iowa. Socket for harrow-teeth 

Carter. Alba B., Raymond. N. H. Apple-parer 

Carter. Alba B., Great Falls, assignor of one-half to C. W. Prescott. Raymond, and S. H. 

Atkins, Milton Mills, N. H. Device for attaching wheels to axles 

Carter, Alha B., assignor of one-half to C. W. Prescott and S. P. Blake, Raymond, N. H. 

Apple-parer .• 

Carter. Alexander, et al. (See Lattimer, Franc : s. assignor.) 

Carter, Charles D., Spring Arbor, Mich. Wheel-cultivator 

Carter, Clement L., Union City, Ind. Post-bole digger 

Carter, Clement L.. Union City, Ind. Post-hole digger 

Carter, Cvras C. Neelyville, 111. Wheat-sowing machine 

Carter, Edward D.. Weimar, Tex. Cotton-planter 

Carter, Edward D., Weimar, Tex. Combined cotton and corn planter and cultivator 



Apr. 17 

Dec. 18 
Jan. 16 



July IT 

Oct. 2 

Nov. 

Mar. 13 



May 22 

May 22 
July 3 

Oct. 23 
Jan. 16 
May 1 

May 1 

Mar. 27 

June 12 

Aug. 14 

Mar. 27 
4 



283,203 
285,012 
281,018 
279,705 
281,668 

280,974 
271,035 

275,990 



290,317 
270,742 



281,341 
286,114 
288,010 

273,815 



277,882 

277,883 
280,573 

287.096 
270.577 
276,667 

276,668 

274,460 

279,221 

283,324 

274.459 
284,183 

273,347 

284,538 

279,079 
278,877 
289,219 



275,141 
273,816 

279,706 
289,06,7 



289.889 
288,406 



272,528 

290.397 

271,599 
281,669 
277,226 

288,546 
282,163 
271,418 

278.220 
2-,9,858 

281,019 

288,-773 
273,255 



285,341 ; Sept, 18 

288,974 j Nov. 27 

274.720 Mar. 27 

27.S.878 June 5 

283,753 I Aug. 28 

284,376 Sept. 4 

278,682 June 5 

284.609 Sept. 11 



Sept. 

Mar. 6 

Sept. 4 

June 5 
June 5 

Nov. 27 



Apr. 3 
Mar. 13 

June 19 
Nov. 27 



Dec. 11 
Nov. 13 



Feb. 20 

Dec. 18 

Feb. 6 

July 24 

May 8 

Nov. 13 

July 31 

Jan. 30 

May 22 
June 19 

July 10 

Nov. 20 

Mar. 6 



Monthly 
volume. 



875 
1057 

838 
1359 
1669 

748 
1492 

1450 



1174 

1138 



1253 

411 
283 

748 



1675 

1676 
282 

1C69 
926 
156 

159 

1573 

757 

1020 

1572 
32 

141 

462 

571 

278 

1782 



343 
751 



1359 

1G02 



648 

787 



1190 
1276 

21 

1671 
892 

953 
2314 
1973 

2091 
1536 

839 

1241 
16 

1439 

1486 

1901 
279 

1559 

262 

7 

551 



244 
296 
233 



455 



211 
430 



329 
326 



348 

113 

80 

(203 

} 204 



457 

457 

78 

458 

267 

40 

41 

431 

209 

285 

430 

8 

39 

131 

157 

81 

494 



94 
204 



379 

444 



181 
213 



358 

5 
455 
238 

262 
635 
570 

575 
429 

233 

340 
5 

407 

412 

530 
81 

439 

73 

2 

156 



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Gazette. 



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23 
23 
24 

24 

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24 1003 



54 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Carter, Edward H. (See Brong and Carter.) 

Carter, Edward S. , Keokuk, Iowa. Car-coupling 

Carter, Edward S., Keokuk, Iowa. Car-coupling 

Carter, Edwin E., assignor to S. E. Carter, Waynesburg, Pa. Removable valve-cover 

Carter, Edwin E., assignor to S. E. Carter, Waynesburg, Pa. Fire-box for steam-boilers . 

Carter, Ezra W., et al. (See McCreary and Smith, assignors.) 

Carter, Ezra W., et al. (See Smith and McCreary, assignors.) 

Carter, Ezra W., Cohoes, and D. R. Smith, Green Island, assignors of one-half to R. S. Clark 
and J. McCleary, Cohoes, N. Y. Percolator 

Carter, Fannie. (See Carter, Henry, assignor.) 

Carter, Francis M., Marlborough, Mass., assignor to Shepherd Nailing Machine Company,) 
Nashua, N. H. Machine for driving headless nails 5 

Carter, George W. T. (See Jackson and Carter.) 

Cartel', Henry, et al. (See Lauten, Frank H-, assignor.) 

Carter, Henry, assignor of one-fourth to F. Carter, Gold Hill, Nev. Weather-strip 

Carter, Henry, and W. Rennie, Toronto, Ontario, Canada ; said Carter assignor to said Ron- 
nie. Ditching-machine 

Carter, James F. , and T. Seely, Indianapolis, Ind. Saw-mill 

Carter, John B., et al. (See Ball, Wilber W., assignor.) 

Carter, John F. (See "Walker and Carter.) 

Carter, John H, assignor of one-half to F. A. Whitney, Keokuk, Iowa. Letter-box 

Carter, John R. , Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Memorandum-book 

Carter, John R., Toronto, Ontario. Canada. Manifold copying-book. (Reissue) 

Carter, John S., Syracuse, and I. C. Wightman, Norwich, N. Y. Milk-cooler 

Carter, John W., Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. Card-support .' 

Carter, Nathan P., Brooklyn', N. Y. Ornamental chain 

Carter, Robert A., Pittsburg, Pa. Roll-mounting 

Carter, S. E. (See Carter, Edwin E., assignor.) 

Carter, Sarah E. (See Carter, Edwin E., assignor.) 

Carter, Wendell, and H. T. Woods, Boston, Mass. Car-coupling 

Carter, William, HighlandviHe, Mass. Mitten 

Carter, William, Highlandville, Mass., assignor to G. A. Leighton, Manchester, N. H. 
Knitting-machine 

Carter, William, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Overalls 

Carter, William, Oldham, county of Lancaster, England. Gas-regulator 

Carter, William F. (See Adams and Carter.) 

Carter, William F., and J. M. Adams, San Francisco, Cal. Ore-concentrator 



Carter, William W., Bristol, Conn. Egg-beater 

Carter, Winfield S., Ashtabula, Ohio. Carpet-sweeper 

Cartier, Antonio E., et al. (See Bemis, Charles, assignor.) 

Cartmell, Robinson, Middlebury, Vt., and A. Ball, Claremont, N. H. Wood-pulp machine 

Cartter, David K. (See Williamson, S. Stuart, assignor.) 

Cartwright, Edward, assignor of two-thirds to W. H. Mann and J. S. Edwards, Wilber, 

Nebr. Smelting-furnaco 

Cartwright, Henry. (See Frost and Cartwright.) 
Cartwright, John B. (See Kemper and Cartwright.) 

Cartwright, Robert, Rochester, N. Y. Axle-box 

Carty, John J., Cambridge, assignor to American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. 

Telephone signaling apparatus 

Carvalho, Solomon N., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for superheating steam and heating 



Carver Cotton Gin Company. (See Strong, Frederick S., assignor.) 

Carver, George H., Ravenswood, assignor to W. Deering, Chicago, HI. Sickle-driving 
mechanism for harvesters 

Carver Gin and Machine Company. (See Hoine, Edward G., assignor.) 

Carver, Thomas F., assignor of one-half to M. F. McMahon, Worcester, Mass. Friction- 
clutch . (Reissue) , 

Carver, William, Scottsville, N. Y. Cultivator and bean-harvester 

Carves, Francois, St. Etienne, France. Coke-oven 

Carwardine, Thomas. (See Hughes and Carwardine.) 

Cary, James H., Boston, Mass. Individual signaling apparatus for telephones 

Cary, James H., Boston, assignor to H. P. Tobey, Wareham, Mass. Individual signaling 
apparatus 

Gary, James H, Boston, assignor to H. P. Tobey, Wareham, Mass. Individual telephone- 
call 



Cary, James H, assignor to Cary Telephone Signal Company, Boston, Mass. Signaling 

apparatus for telephone-exchange systems 

Gary, Joseph C, assignor to J. H. J. Ronner, New York, N. Y. Box for carrying bottles. . 
Cary Telephone Signal Company. (See Cary, James H, assignor.) 

Caryl, Charles W., Philadelphia, Pa. Fire-extinguisher 

Casad, Thomas F., Yellow Springs, Ohio. Tobacco-cutter 

Casaday, William L. (See Gray and Casaday.) 
Casaday, William L. (See Smith and Casaday.) 

Casamajor, Paul, Brooklyn, N. Y. Filtering saccharine solutions, &c 

Casanova, Bernardin, Moca-Croce, Corsica, France. Destruction of phylloxera 

Case, A. Welles, et al. (See Case, Henry F., assignor.) 
Case, A. Wells. (See Case, Henry F. and A. W.) 

Case, A. Wells. South Manchester, Conn. Car-coupling 

Case, A. Wells, South Manchester, Conn. Car-coupling 

Case, A. Wells, South Manchester, Conn. Pipe- wrench 

Case, A. Wells, South Manchester, Conn. Grinding attachment for valves 

Case, A. Willard, et al. (See Case, Henry F., assignor.) 

Case, Alber R. (See Nine and Case.) 

Case, Asahel B., et al. (See Dutemple, William R., assignor.) 

Case, Charlie, Emlenton, Pa. Automatic safety attachment for steam -boilers 

Case, Charles P., assignor of one-half to G. F. Tomlinson, Horseheads, N. Y. Rotary en-) 
gino ) 

Case, Charles W., J. 0. Pattee, and A. M. Long, Minneapolis, Minn. Machine for forming) 
and. cleaning ditches ) 

Case, Dudley W., Bay City, Mich. Sectional boat 

Case, Edwin, East Toledo,' Ohio. Cultivator 

Case, Francis M. and W., Denver, Colo. Rock-pulverizer 



No. 



270,014 
273,950 
277,227 
284,010 



288,547 
270,280 

284,539 
285,225 
279,537 



290,532 
273,223 
10,359 
288,011 
272,120 
273,025 
285,567 



286,175 
275,142 

272,529 

280.574 
281,449 

285,110 

270,015 
282,957 

286,902 

286,777 

273,463 
288,691 
270,281 

282,494 

10,365 

271,224 
287,905 

281,450 

278,221 

281,014 

285,342 

278,504 

278,879 
289,975 



270,634 
271,036 



273,464 
278.880 
280.793 
265, 5C8 



269,827 
273,951 

272,412 

274,171 

270,887 
284,611 



Date. 



Jan. 2 
Mar. 13 
May 8 
Sept. 11 



Nov. 13 
Jan. 9 

Sept. 4 
Sept. 18 
June 19 

Deo. 18 
Feb. 27 
July 24 
Nov. 6 
Feb. 13 
Feb. 27 
Sept. 25 

Oct. 9 
Apr. 3 

Feb. 20 

July 3 
July 17 

Sept. 18 

Jan. 2 
Aug. 14 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Mar. 6 
Nov. 20 
Jan. 9 

Aug. 7 

Aug. 14 
Feb. 27 
Nov. 6 

July 17 

May 22 

July 17 

Sept. 18 
May 29 

June 5 
Dec. 11 



Jan. 16 
Jan. 23 



Mar. 6 
June 5 
July 10 
Sept. 25 



Jan. 2 
Mar. 13 

Feb. 20 

Mar. 20 
Jan. 23 
Sept. 11 



Monthly 
volume. 



222 
912 
893 
553 



953 
534 

462 
1311 
1165 



1472 
2075 
2127 
284 
672 
1827 
1715 



484 
344 

1190 

282 
1392 



1177 

223 
£72 

1413 



1255 



1140 
540 



1086 

2076 

143 

1394 

2091 

1596 

1440 

2478 

280 

748 



999 

1492 



288 

281 

574 

1716 



12 
913 



1045 

1193 
1311 
554 



64 
249 
238 

157 



262 



157 

158 



131 
369 
370 
322 



407 
583 
533 
80 
183 
512 
485 



\l 



C329 

)»!0 

64 

162 

389 

339 

79 
314 
159 



305 

583 

42,43 

383 

576 

436 

407 
676 

81 
211 



79 

81 

160 

485 



4 

(249 

< 250 

(251 

(293 

)294 

323 

37H 

157 



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23 
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24 

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25 
23 
24 
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23 
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23 

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24 



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24 

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23 
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23 



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23 
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24 
23 

23 
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23 1054 

23 i 276 

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55 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Case, George O, et at. (See Dutemple, William It., assignor.) 

Case, Henry, assignor to II. A. Case. Brooklyn, N. Y. Pier or ferry rack 

Case, Henry F., South Manchester, Conn. Elastic roll 

Case, Henry F., South Manchester, Conn. Tool-handlo and extension-blade 

Case, Henry F., South Manchester, Conn. Paper-making machine 

Case, Henry F.. assignor to A. W. and A. W. Case, South Manchester, Conn. Grinding 

finishing-machine plates . . . .' 

Case, Henry F. and A. W., South Manchester, Conn. Floor-clamp 

Case, John, and J. A. Whitaker, McDouald, Pa. Device for automatically opening and 

shutting doors in coal-mines 

Case, John K., Vincennes, Ind. Harvester cutter-bar 

Case, John M., Columbus, Ohio. Reduction-machine .' 

Case, John M., assignor of one-half to W. M. Kurtz, Columhus, Ohio. Portable railway 

diuin g-table and lunch-case 

Case, John M., assignor to Case Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Apparatus 

for casting hollow chilled rolls . 

Case Manufacturing Company. (See Case, John M., assignor.) 
Case, Margaret A. (See Case, Henry, assignor.) 
Case, Margaret A. (See Randolph, Mablon, assignor.) 

Case, Theodore P., Powell, Ohio. Vehicle-tongue 

Case, WiUard E., Auburn, N. Y. Making electrodes 

Case. Willis. (See Case, Francis M. and W.) 

Casebeer, Jacob B., et al. (See Henning, William B., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Casey, Charles F., et al., trustees. (See Warren, John, assignor.) 

Casev, Dennis D., Springfield, Mass. Pump-box. . 

Casey, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Banker's case, note-book, &c 

Casey. Thomas A., assignor to J. H. Bunnell & Co., New York, N. Y. Signaling apparatus 

for'district and tire-alarm telegraphs 

Casgrain, Henri E.. Quebec, Quebec, Canada. Cigarette-machine 

Cash. Arthur W., Decatur, assignor of one-half to O. L. Cash, Macon, HI. Check-rower 

for corn-planters 

Cash. Arthur W., assignor of one-half to A. H. Imboden, Decatur, HI. Paper-bag and 

twine holder 

Cash, Oscar L. (See Cash, Arthur W., assignor.) 

Caslow, Henrv, York, Pa. Pump 

Casperson, William P.. Chicago. 111. Lamp-burner 

Cass, Fredrick G., Cambridgeport, Mass. Machine for scouring and polishing tin 



Cassady, George, Flint, Mich. Feed- water heater 

CassadV, Georce, Flint. Mich. Feed- water heater 

Cassagnes, Gilbert A., Paris, France. Ordnance 

Cassedy Coupling Company. (See Cassedy, William F., assignor.) 

Cassi dy, William F., Capo May, N. J., assignor to Cassedy Coupling Company, of Now 

Jersey. Pipe or hose coupling 

Cassedy, William S.. Kelly's Station, Pa. Fire-escape 

Cassell*. Edwin E., Philadelphia, Pa. Shelf-support 

Cassidy, John, Cambridge. Mass. Clog or sboe 

Cassidy, Thomas C, New York. N. Y. Bustle _ 

Cassin, William, assignor to L. Brandeis. Brooklyn, N. Y. Faucet ' 

Castell, James, Centreville, Iowa. Refrigerator 

Castle, Goswin, and G. D. Pohl, Ava, N. Y. Curd-mill 

Castle, Lewis D., assignor to A. Burritt Hardware Company, Waterbury, Conn. Machine 

for tapping steam, gas, and water fittings 

Castle, Lewis D., assignor to A. Burritt Hardware Company, Waterbury, Conn. Tap for 

steam and gas fittings 

Castle, Samuel D., Bridgeport, Conn. Base-ball 

Castle, Samuel D., and A. Skaats, Bridgeport, Conn. Swinging arm for securing folding 

steps to movable berths 

Castle. Samuel D., and A. Skaats, Bridgeport, Conn. Counter-balance for folding steps for 

herthi 



Car- 



Oastle, Samuel N., assignor to Ashtabula Carriage Bow Company, Ashtabula, Ohio, 
riase-bow 

Castle, William H., Ashtabula, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Castle, William H., assignor to Ashtabula Bolt and Shaft Company, Ashtabula, Ohio. Car- 
pet-sweeper 

Castor, William S., Marston, HI. Door 



Castor. William S., Marston, HI. Fruit-picker 

Caswell, Ezra, Lyons, N. Y. Hub-boring machine 

Caswell, John H' (See McDermott, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Caswell, Walter, Napoleon, Mo. Vehicle-hub 

Caswell, Walter, Napoleon, Mo. Vehicle-axle 

Cate, Stephen M.. and C. O. Smith, Bridgeport, Conn. Car-coupling 

Cathcart, James L., Alexandria, Va. Steering mecbanism for vessels 

Cather, Lorenzo D., AVbite Pigeon, Mich. Fence*. 

C'atlin, A. D. (See Tavener, Robert W.. assignor.) 
Catlin, Charles A. (See Horsford and Catlin.) 

Catlin. Charles A.. Providence, R. I. Preparing Halt for table use 

Catlin, Eli, Post Oak, Tex. Well-drilling apparatus 

Cauffmao, H. Howard. Norristown, Pa. Tag or ticket fastener 

Cangholl. Robert N, Shedd, Oreg. Spoke-extractor 

Cavanagh, James, trustee. (See Scott. Jacob R., assignor.) 

Caverly, Amos K. Moline. 111. Two-wbeeled vehicle 7 

Caviness, Richard E , andG. McCormick, Beckwith, Iowa. Trip-wire for check-row corn- 

planters 

Cavil t. Bruce, et al. (See Luckey, George E., assignor.) 

Cawley, Simuel H., El Dorado. Ohio. Sulky-harrow 

Cavee. John M.. Nashville, assignor to himself and C. A. Bailey, trustee, Franklin, Tenn.i 

Sewing-macbine motor < 

Cay wood, Ernest. Vining, Kans. Floor-clamp ' 

Cease, David A., Coon's Corners. Pa. Fence 

Cebrian, John C. (See Molcra and Cebrian.) 

Cebrian, John C. (See Molera, Eusebius J., assignor.) 

Celler, Charles Z., Now York, N. Y. Drawer 



288,308 
269,828 
272,944 
286,587 

269,915 
275,017 

282,269 
271,787 
276,132 

275,991 



275,992 



278,505 
289,386 



290,211 
283,965 

272,645 
231,451 

271,788 

279,333 

285.226 
262,958 

279,222 
274,561 
288,206 
279,636 



285,732 
2S7.233 
278,506 
277,458 
290,533 
280,448 
278,507 
277,228 

280,575 

284,377 
281,238 

285,569 

286,998 

272,374 
280,449 

277,229 

270,635 

232,051 
282,495 

275,993 
275,994 
279,911 
274,172 
285,570 

273,256 
288,975 
273,708 
277,991 

278,222 

271,419 

289,616 

288,620 

281,968 
275,884 

288,012 



Nov. 13 
Jan. 2 
Feb. 27 
Oct. 16 



Jan. 
Apr. 



July 31 

Feb. 6 

Apr. 17 

Apr. 17 

Apr. 17 



May 29 
Dee. 4 



Dec. 18 
Aug. 28 

Feb. 20 
July 17 

Feb. 6 

June 12 

Sept. 18 
Aug. 14 

June 12 
Mar. 27 
Nov. 13 
June 19 



Sept. 25 

Oct. 23 

Mav 29 

May 15 

Dec. 18 

July 3 

Mav 29 

May 8 

July 3 

Sept. 4 
July 17 

Sept. 25 

Oct. 23 

Feb. 13 
July 3 

May 8 

Jan. 16 

July 31 
Aug. 7 

Apr. 17 
Apr. 17 
June 26 
Mar. 20 
Sept. 25 



Mar. 6 

Nov. 27 

Mar. 13 

May 22 

May 22 

Jan. 30 

Dec. 4 

Nov. 20 

July 24 
Apr. 17 

Nov. 6 



641 

12 

1735 

1013 

108 
174 

2448 
245 
1626 

1451 



1452 



2479 
17 



1037 
1810 

1341 
1397 

246 

903 

1313 
573 

758 
1718 

516 
1277 



1927 
1844 
2180 
1172 
1473 

138 
2481 

896 

283 

263 
1124 

1717 

1540 

976 
139 

897 

1000 

2161 
19 

1453 
1453 
1601 
1194 
1718 



17 

1488 

602 

1807 

2093 

1975 

302 

1047 

2056 
1330 

285 



176 

4 

484 

274 

32 
47 

673 
69 

448 
C399 
$400 

400 



676 



292 
512 

376 
383 

69 

252 

370 
162 

209 
477 
143 
354 



546 
504 
676 
315 
407 
37 
677 
239 

78 

73,74 
310 

485 

424 

273 

37,38 

239 
(288 
}2S9 

593 
5 

400 
400 
449 
328 
486 



412 
162 
493 

576 

570 

84 

C288 

J289 

563 

366 

81 



23 



23 
25 
23 
23 

23 

23 

25 

^25 

24 
23 

25 



56 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Celluloid Manufacturing Company. (See Everding, John, assignor.) ' 

Celluloid Manufacturing Company. (See Hyatt, Isaiah S., assignor.) 

Celluloid Manufacturing Company. (See Hyatt, John W., assignor.) 

Celluloid Manufacturing Company. (See Lefferts, Marshall C, assignor.) 

Celluloid Manufacturing Company. (See Olszewski, Alexander, assignor.) 

Celluloid Manufacturing Company. (See Sanborn, Albert A., assignor.) 

Center, JoshuaC.,Haynesville,assignorof one-half to L. Mayo, Leavenworth, Kans. Seed- 
drill 

Center, Robert, New York, N. T. Flag-pole 

Central Refining Company. (See Smith and Doig, assignors.) 

Chahot, Cyprien, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for channeling soles 

Chahot, Cyprien, Philadelphia, Pa. Sewing-machine ----- 

Chahot, Cyprien, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for making watch-pendants 

Chace, John K., New "tork, assignor to A. Can-, Yonkers, N. Y. Sheet-metal joint for oil- 
cans and other articles ". 

Chadborn & Coldwell Manufacturing Company. (See Johnston, Thomas, assignor.) 

Chadwell, Henry C, Portsmouth, Va. Animal-trap 

Chad wick, Charles N., Brooklyn. N. Y. Corset 

Chadwick, Edward W , Edgartown, Mass. Ventilator for window-sashes 

Chad wick, James M., Washington, D. C. Vapor-bath 

Chadwick, Jay II., assignorof one-half to M. Sherman, St.Paul, Minn. Wagon-tongue support 

Chadwick, John L., Belleville, N. J., assignors of tlnee-fourtbs to W. II. Lyman, Totten- 
ville, N. Y. Reclaiming india-rubber and fiber from scraps of india-rubber cloth 

Chaffee, H. L. (See Willsie, George K., assignor.) 

Chaffee, Willard L. (See Crowther, Henry, assignor.) 

Chaffin, Walter W. (See Lucas, Charles H., assignor.^ 

Chaine, Joseph, A. Durand, and P. S. De Chaligny, Lyons, France. Process of and appa- 
ratus for coloring photographs 

Chalk, Timothy C, Pawtucket, R. I. Non-heat-conducting pail 

Chalk, Timolhy C, Pawtucket, R. I. Oil-can 

Challinor, Charles, Jr., Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture of open-ended glassware 

Challoner, John. (See Bridgman and Challoner.) 

Chalmers, George, San Juan, Cal. Railway-switch 

Chalpant, W alter A. (See Moored, Joel, assignor.) 

Chamhard, Peter !•'., Fayette, Ohio. Ditching-shovel 

Chamberlain, Addis E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Cook stove and range 

Chamberlain. Amos P.. London, England. Apparatus for the manufacture of gas for illu- 
minating and heating purposes 

Chamberlain. Amos P., London, England. Manufacturing gas 

Chamberlain, Blanchard, assignor of six-eighths to R. Lamb, J. H. Wilson, H. E. and G. H. 
Palmer, Bellel'ontaine, Ohio. Windmill 

Chamberlain, Charles M. (See Roberts, Henry P., assignor.) 

Chamberlain, Harvey W., and F. G. Harris, Loekport, assignors of one-half to M. A. Lesen 
and M. S. Greencb'aum, Chicago, 111. Running-gear for vehicles 

Chamberlain, John N., Springfield, Mass. Exhibition-cabinet for gas-burners 

Chamberlain, Rossco. (See Austin and Chamberlain.) 

Chamberlain, William T.. assignor of one-half to B. M. Prince, Norwich, Conn. Air-gun 

Chamberlain, William T., assignor of one-half to B. M. Prince, Norwich, Conn. Air-pro- 
jectile '. 

Chamberlain, William T., assignor of one-half to B. M. Prince, Norwich, Conn. Charging 
air-guns and projectiles i 

Chamberlin, Amzi Y., Alpha, 111. Check-row-wire reeling and laying device 

Chamberlin, Edward K., Cleveland, Ohio. Sidewalk-light 

Chamberlin, Franklin L. (See Turner and Chamberlin.) 

Chamberlin, Gurden L., Marietta, Ohio. Car-coupling ■ 

Chain herlin, Hiram M., Reading, Vt. Shutter-worker 

Chamberlin, Ira J. (See Chamberlin, Lewis E. and I. J.) 

Chamberlin, James N., Marietta, Ohio. Cylinder-cock 

Chamberlin, John H., Ypsilanti, Mich. Wagon-iron 

Chamberlin, Lewis E. and I. J., North Liberty, Iowa. Apparatus for tiling 

Chamberlin, Volney R. , Cambridge, Mass. Window-screen 

Chamberlin, Volney R., assignor to F. L. Hewlett, Cambridge, Mass. Window-screen . . . 

Chambers, Bering & Quinlan. (See Bering, James E., assignor.) 

Chambers, Bering, Quinlan Company. (See Bering, James E., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Chambers, Burton L. (See Jay and Chambers.) 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr. (See Cbckell, Harvey, assignor.) 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr. (See Lasor, Sanford W.,- assignor.) 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Kiln for drying bricks, &c 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Brick-making machinery 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for preparing clay 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Sand-scraper for brick-macbines 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Engine-register 

Chambers, Daniel T., Washington, D. C. Glove-fastener 

Chambers, Daniel T., assignor of one-half to A. G. Campbell, Washington, D. C. Fastener 

for gloves. &c 

Chambers, Job C. and S., Dallas, Tex. Well-digging machine , 

Chambers, John, To Mata., New Zealand. Apparatus for cooling air for refrigerating, freez-I 

ing, and other like purposes j 

Chambers. Josephus C., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor of one-half to W. Polling, Newport, Ky. 

Device for attaching roofing-slates 

Chambers, Josephus C., assignor of part to J. S. Vine, Cincinnati, Ohio, W. A. Jackson, 

Detroit, Mich., and N. C. Gi idley, Chicago, HI. Telegraph and telephone conductor 

Chambers, Josephus C, assignor of part to J. S. Vine, Cincinnati, Ohio, W. A. Jackson, 

Detroit, Mich., and N. C. Gridley, Chicago, 111. Telegraph and telephone cable 

Chambers, Silas. (See Chambers, .Job C. and S.) 
Chambers, William J. (See Campbell and Chambers.) 
Champ, George W. (See Floyd, Halleck, assignor.) 

Champion, Josiah P., Phelps, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Champion Scraper Company. (See Byrkett, Ahijah R., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Champlain, L. Eugene, Ypsilanti, Mich. Check-rein carrier 



284,378 
289,976 

280,576 
280,577 
290,858 

274,271 

275,995 
274.272 
289,387 
280,348 
288,40'. 

288,013 



271,789 
274,461 
286.588 
275,996 

286.682 

270,016 
269,829 

278, C93 
286,589 

284,945 



285.-227 
273,952 

279,538 

279,539 

279,540 
273,953 
273,257 

274.106 
284,722 

233,566 
282,496 

270,932 

288,921 
288.1C0 



274,907 



275,467 

277,459 
285,013 
288,976 
281,969 

272,945 
271,600 

280,131 



282,439 
289,890 
289,891 

285,228 
279,707 



Date. 



Sept. 4 

Dec. 11 

July 3 

July 3 

Dec. 25 

Mar. 20 

Apr. 17 

Mar. 20 

Dec. 4 

July 3 

Nov. 13 

Nov. 



Feb. 6 
Mar. 27 
Oct. 16 
Apr. 17 

Oct. 16 

Jan. 2 
Jan. 2 

May 22 
Oct. 16 

Sept. 11 



Sept. 18 
Mar. 13 

June 19 

June 19 

June 19 
Mar. 13 
Mar. 6 

Mar. 20 
Sept. 11 



Aug 
Aug 



Jan. 23 

Nov. 20 
Nov. 



Apr. 3 

Apr. 10 

May 15 
Sept. 18 
Nov. 27 
July 24 

Feb. 27 
Feb. 6 

June 26 



July 31 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 11 

Sept, 18 
June 19 



Monthly 


Ofli 


volume. 


Gaze 


© 


ti 
















OJ 


« 


> 


264 


74 


1 
24 


749 


212 


25 


284 


78,79 


24 


287 


79,80 


21 


1891 


522 


25 


1319 


304 


23 


1454 


401 


23 


1319 


364 


23 


18 





25 


12 


4 


24 


788 


213 


25 


286 




25 


248 


69 


23 


1574 


4:il 


23 


1015 


275 


25 


1454 


401 


23 


1137 


306 


25 


224 


64 


23 


13 


4,5 


23 


1925 


528 


23 


1016 


275 


25 


962 


270 


24 


1315 


370 


24 


915 


251 


23 


1166 


323 


23 


1167 


323 


23 


1167 


323 


23 


917 


251 


23 


18 


5 


23 


1109 


306 


23 


697 


195 


24 


1327 


370 


24 


20 


5 


2-1 


1367 


(394 
\ 395 


?23 


1416 


3G0 


25 I 


451 


126 


25 


19 


5 


23 




ran 

)212 
1213 


1 


788 






1214 


1174 


315 


23 


1059 


296 


24 


1490 


413 


S5 


2057 


564 


24 


1736 


485 


23 


22 


5 


23 


1867 


< 526 
}527 


J23 


2672 


733 


24 


650 


181 


25 


651 


181 


25 


1315 


371 


24 


1360 


379 


23 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



57 



Same, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Champlin, Charles C, et al. (See Welles, Richard J., assignor.) 

Champlin, Charles W., and J. Bland, Chicago, 111. Folding chair, camp-stool, and settee. 

Champncy, George F., Taunton, Mass. Manufacture of metal dies and similar articles 

Chance. Albert. (See Howard and Chance.) 

Chandler, Adanirom J., Fern Bank, Ohio. Awning 



Chandler, Clarence A., East Bridgewater, Mass. Machine for making paper bags. 



Chandler, Clarence A., East Bridgewater, Mass. Bridle-hit 

(.'handler, David E., and J. C. Williams, Aurora, 111. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Chandler, David E., and J. C. Williams, assignors of one-half to L. W. Blakesly and F. J. 
Randall, Aurora, 111. Sulky 

Chandler, David E., and J. C. Williams, assignors of one-third to C. Howard, Aurora, 111. 
Two-wheeled vehicle _ 

Chandler, David E., and J. C. Williams, assignors of one-third to' C. Howard, Aurora, 111. 
Two- wheeled vehicle 

Chandler, Hiram C, Peru, Iud. Lifting-jack 

Chandler, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Stopping railway-trains 

Chandler, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Stopping railway-trains 

Chandler. Mary IS., Concord, N. H. Instrument for drafting patterns 

Chandler, Mclchior W. (See MeConnell and Chandler.) 

Chandler, Ralph, V . S. Navy. Sash-fastener 

Chandler. William II. (See Dow and Chandler.) 

Chandler. William S.. Jackson, Mich. Fire and water proof paint 

Chancy. Oliver I'. (See Berber, Peters, and Chaney.) 

Chancy. I'hineas. Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dust-collector 

Chaney, Salathiel C, Chico, Cal. Dry gold-separator 

Cbanticll, John, assignor to Hazeltiuc & Chantrell, Bridgeport, Conn. Bit-stock 

Cbantrell, John, assignor 10 Ilazcltine & Chantrell, Bridgeport, Conn. Bit-brace 

Chantrell. John, assignor to Hazeltme & Chantrell, Bridgeport, Conn. Ratchet brace . . . 

Chapel, Adonira'm J., Arkansas City, Kans. Car-coupling 

Chapelain. Paul. Paris, France. Atomizer 

Chapelle, Elisha S., Pembroke, Mc. Toy 

Chaperon, Georges. (See Do Lalande and Chaperon.) 

Chapin, Lebeus C. (See Chapin. Lucius D. and L. C.) 

Chapin, Lebeus C, Kalamazoo, Mich. Wheel-cultivator 

Chapin. Lucius D., Chicago, 111. Manufacture of wrought-iron 

Chapin. Lucirs D., Chicago. 111., and L. C. Chapin, Kalamazoo, Mich. Metallurgic furnace 

Chapin, Marcus D., Poultney, Vt. Churn-cover 

Chaplin. Alouzo C, Cape Elizabeth, assignor of one-half to D. W. Clark & Co., Portland, 
Me. toe-catting machine 

Chaplin, BdwinD. (Seo Amborn and Chaplin.) 

Chaplin, Orril K., Boston, Mass. Clutch mechanism 

Chapman, Albert, Corunna, Mich. <took-car , 

Chapman, Alfred, et al. (See Beechoy, Charles G., assignor.) 

Chapman & Armstrong Manufacturing Company. (See Chapman, Samuel A., assignor.) 

Chapman, Cass, Chicago, 111. Automatic hatch, &c 

Chapman, Eugene F., Wilson, Nebr. Wagon-stake 

Chapman, Frank II. (See Griswold and Chapman.) 

Chapman, Frank H., assignor to C. Parker Company, Meriden, Conn. Extension-chande- 
lier 



Chapman, Frank H., assignor to C. Tarker Company, Meriden, Conn. Coffee-mill 

Chapman, Genry A., Strawberry Point, Iowa. Boiler-cleaner 

Chapman, George, assignor to F. F. Adams & Co., (limited,) Erie, Pa. Tobacco-cutter 

Chapman. James G., et al. (See Beechey, Charles G., assignor.) 

Chapman, John, Nowington, Conn. Knitting-machine 

Chapman, John A., assignor to Northwestern Sleigh Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Two- 
wheeled vehicle 

Chapman. John A., assignor to Northwestern Sleigh Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Two- 
wheeled vehicle 

Chapman. John A., assignor to Northwestern Sleigh Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Two- 
wheeled vehicle 

Chapman John A., assignor to Northwestern Sleigh Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Sleigh.. 

Chapman, John C. Boston, Mass. Reciprocating mechanical movement 

Chapman, Joseph L., Philadelphia, Pa. Railway -tie and fastening 

Chapman. Luke. Colliusville. Conn. Snap-hook .' 

Chapman, Melville S., Elkhart, Ind. Pickot-feuce 

Chapman, Nathan. Nantucket. Mass. Bread-cutter 

Chapman-O'Neill Manufacturing Company. (See O'Neill, Charles W., assignor.) 

Chapman, Samuel A., assignor to Chapman & Armstrong Manufacturing Company, Wa- 
terhui y, ( 'onn. Curtain loop or holder 

Chapman & Son, W. D. (See Chapman. William D.. assignor.) 

Chapman, Stanley L., Winnetka, 111. Elevator-bucket 

Chapman, Stephen E. (See Stanton. Lafayette J., assignor.) 

Chapman, Thomas L , Huntington. W. Ya. Telegraph-insulator 

Chapman . Thomas M., Oldtown, Me. Feed-roll for saw-mills 

Chapman, William I)., Theresa, N. Y. Oil-safe 

Chapman, William I)., assignor to W. D. Chapman & Son, Theresa, N.Y. Bird-cage spring. 

Chapman. William M. (See Peck and Chapman.) 

Chapman, William H., assignor of one-half to C. C. Peck, Middlehury, Yt. Commutator 
for electric apparatus 

Chapnel. Alouzo, Brooklyn, N. Y. Linearscope 

i MiappeJl, <'li;i-c Maxwell and Company. (See Maxwell and Quint, assignors.) 

C happoll Edwin B., Pradford, Pa. Self- watering flower- vase 

Cbappell, George I •'.. New York, N. Y. Self-feeding machine for coating pills 

Chappell, George I'., New York. N. Y. Pill-coating machine 

Chap; ell. Philip E., Baltimore, Md. Chair-seat 

Cuarboneati, Pascal IS., assignor of two-thirds to H. A. Frasor and J. B. Barber, Bay City, 
Mich. Saw-swage 

Charles, Charles C, Chicago. 111. Foot and scenic lamp 

Charles, Robert. Buffalo, N. Y. Pen rack '. 

Charmhiiry. Henry. Newark. N. J. Sewing-machine 



273,954 
281,970 

288,207 

285,392 

290,859 
279,080 

275,143 

281,971 

281,972 
283,204 
273,465 
283,754 
270,933 

275,018 

288,621 

288,014 
285,111 
284,275 
284,276 
286,083 
289,617 
275,997 
280,202 



285,797 
283,074 
283,075 
277,001 

271,220 

277,002 
275,998 



289.068 
280,132 



271,420 

279,130 

273,026 
270,178 

290,972 

277,409 

280,794 

280,795 
283,325 
275,144 
283,076 
286.530 
274.173 
280,796 



287,234 

286,590 

281,452 
273,817 
285,967 
279,081 



278,881 
281,020 



Date. 



Mar. 13 
July 21 

Nov. 13 

Sept. 25 

Dec. 25 
June 5 

Apr. 3 

July 24 

July 24 
Aug. 14 
Mar. 6 
Aug. 28 
Jan. 23 

Apr. 3 

Nov. 20 

Nov. 6 
Sept. 18 
Sept. 4 
Sept. 4 
Get. 16 
Dec. 4 
Apr. 17 
Oct. 9 



Oct. 2 
Aug. 14 
Aug. 14 
May 8 

Jan. 30 

May 8 
Apr. 17 



Nov. 27 
June 26 



Jan. 30 

June 12 

Feb. 27 
Jan. 2 

Dec. 25 

May 8 

July 10 

July 10 
Am:. 14 
Apr. 3 
Aug. 14 
Oct. 9 
Mar. 20 
July 10 

Oct. 23 

Oct, 16 

July 17 
Mar. 13 
Oct, 2 
June 5 

June 5 
July 10 



283,966 Aug. 28 

272,207 Feb. 13 

281,973 July 24 

277,544 May 15 

287,363 j Oct, 23 

282.497 Aug. 7 

277,003 , May 8 

270,560 May 1 



Monthly 


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volume. 


Gazi 


o 


ti 














o 


CO 


O 


t> 


917 


252 


23 


2058 


564 


24 


510 


143 
(425 


25 


1512 


^426 

(427 


V24 


1893 


522 


25 


572 


157 


23 


345 


95 


23 


2059 


564 


24 


2060 


565 


24 


876 


244 


24 


290 


79, 80 


23 


1560 


440 


24 


1368 


395 


23 


175 


47 


23 


1049 




25 


287 


81 


25 


1179 


330 


24 


145 


40 


24 


147 


41 


24 


1139 


307 


25 


304 


85 


25 


1455 


401 


23 


591 


102 


25 


18 


6 


25 


714 




24 


716 


201 


24 


613 


161 


23 


1721 


498 


23 


614 


161 


23 


1456 


401 


23 


1603 


444 


25 


1869 


527 


23 


1975 


571 


23 


659 


C1S0 
\ 181 


?23 


1828 


512 


23 


411 


120 


23 


2048 


)563 
\ 564 


}« 


1103 


296 


23. 


575 


160 


24 


576 


161 


24 


1021 


286 


24 


346 


95 


23 


718 


201 


24 


936 


252 


25 


1195 


329 


23 


577 


161 


24 


1846 


505 


25 


1017 


275 


25 


1398 


384 


24 


752 


204 


23 


237 


67 


25 


573 


157 


23 


282 


82 


23 


839 


233 


24 


1811 


512 


24 


772 


214 


23 


2061 


505 


24 


1274 


311 


23 


2002 


545 


25 


21 


6 


24 


615 


161 


23 


17 


5 


23 



58 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Charmock, John. (See Klima, Martin, assignor.) 

Charnley, James A., Providence, R. I. Machine for engraving "wire 

Charon, Wilfred L. (See Cyr, Oliver, assignor.) i 

Charsley, Robert H. , Oxford, county of Oxford, England. Tricycle 

Charter, John, Sterling, 111. Gas-engine 

Charter, John, Sterling, 111. Gas-engine A 

Chase, Albert, Boston, assignor of one-half to C. A. Wellington, Lexington, Mass. Tile- 
fastening 

Chase, Albert, Boston, assignor to C. A. Wellington, Lexington, Mass. Fire-place grate . 

Chase, Andrew J., Boston, Mass. Process of and apparatus for curing articles of food .. . 

Chase, Andrew J., Boston, Mass. Butter-dish 

Chase, Andrew J., Boston, Mass. Manufacture of artificial butter 

Chase, Charles A. (See Collyer, William C, assignor.) 

Chase, Charles D., St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for extracting gluten from the waste water 
of starch-works 

Chase, Edward M., assignor to E. L. Motte, Boston, and H. N. Glover, Milton, Mass., trus- 
tees. Pneumatic railway-signal 

Chase, Prank, Boston, Mass. Reversing and cut-off valve 

Chase, George P., Lowell, Mass. Shoe 

Chase, George S., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to P. Armstrong, Bridgeport, 
Conn. Tripod .' 

Chase, Henry P. (See Warren and Packard, assignors.) 

Chase, Horace, et al. (See Chase, Milton, assignor.) 

Chase, Horace P., Lowell, assignor of one-half to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. 
Yarn-catcher and guide-eye for spinning-machines 

Chase, Horace P., Lowell, assignor of one-half to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. 
Thread-guide for spinning-machines 

Chase, Horace P., Lowell, assignor of one-half to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. 
Spindle-bearing 

Chase, J. S. (See Ball, Jacob, assignor.) 

Chase, James, Rochester, N. Y. Slide-knife lathe 

Chase, John H., Rochester, N. Y. Grain-car unloader 

Chase, John H., Rochester, N. Y. Cylinder for grain-scourers 

Chase, Lucius C., Boston, Mass. Bridle 

Chase, Lucius C, Boston, Mass. Snap-hook 

Chase, Milton, Haverhill, assignor of two-thirds to E. De La Granja and H. Chase, Boston, 

Mass. Tire for vehicle- wheels 

Chase, Oliver R., Boston, Mass. Machine for molding or shaping confectionery and other 

plastic materials ' 

Chase, Oliver R., Boston, Mass. Machine for molding or shaping confectionery and other '< 

plastic materials 1 < 

Chase, Oliver R.. Boston, Mass. Machine for molding, shaping, and combining confection-i 

ery and other plastic materials \ 

Chase, Oliver R., Boston, Mass. Lozenge-machine 



Chase, Oren M. , Detroit, Mich. Horseshoe 

Chase, Rolla M., Bethel, Vt. Fire-escape 

Chase, Stephen H. , San Jose, Cal. Device for dressing saw-teeth 

Chase, Walter G. (See Williamson, George, assignor.) 

Chase, Walter G., et al. (See Williamson, George, assignor.) 

Chase, Warren A., Boston, Mass. Refrigerating-car 

Chase, Whitman, North Dighton, Mass. Fire-escape 

Chasse, Joseph G., assignor to B. Fagnant and M. A. B. Chasse, Springfield, Mass. Elec- 
tric light '. - 

Chasse, Mario A. B., et al. (See Chass6, Joseph G., assignor.) 

Chatain, Amand J. B. A., New i ork, N. Y. Flooring 

Chattield, Eben S., Hyde Park, Pa. Expansible wheel 

Chatillon, George H., assignor to J. P. and G. H. Chatillon, New York, N. Y. Scale-pan. 

Chatillon, John P., et al. (See Cliatillon, George H., assignor.) 

Chaumont, Jules. (See Milligan and Chaumont.) 

Chaumont, Jules, Woo:l Haven, assignor to Lalance & Grosjean Manufacturing Company, 
Now York, N. Y. Ilaudle for covers of vessels 

Chaumont, Jules, Wood Haven, assignor to Lalance & Grosjean Manufacturing Company, 
New York. N. Y. Machinery for sheet-metal spinning 

Chaumont, Jules, Wood Haven, assignor to Lalance & Grosjean Manufacturing Company, 
New York, N. Y. Wrought and sheet iron vessel 



Chauvet, Joseph J. M., New York, N. Y. Machine for making sewing-machine needles. . 

Chaux, Louis, Paris, France. Manufacturing woolen fabric from short-staple fiber 

Cbavrrs, Elizabeth, Siddon, Mich. Sewing-machine shuttle .-. _ 

Chedister, Winfield S., Jfewark, N. J., assignor of one-half to J. S. Cooley, New York, N. Y. 

Permutation-lock 

Chedister, Wintkld S., Newark, N. J., assignor of one-half to J. S. Cooles', New York, N. Y. 

Permutation-padlock 

Cheeney, Nathaniel J., East Greenwich, R. I. Car-coupling 

Cheesman, Charles D., Ansonia, Conn. Suspenders 

Cheesman, Frederick E., Flushing, N. Y. Decorating ceilings and walls 

Cheever, Charles A. (See Rose and Cheever.) 

Cheever, Charles A., trustee. (See Vander Weyde, Peter H., assignor.) 

Cheever, Charles A., New York, N. Y. Electro-magnetic dispatch-tube 

Cheever, John D., New York. N. Y. Cover for floors and for other purposes 

Cheever, Joseph H. , Somerville, Mass. Telephone-transmitter 

Chellis, Edgar W. (See Drawbaugh, Daniel, assignor.) 

Chemical Fire Company. (See McAllister, Guy W.. assignor.) 

Chenet, Prosper, Paris, France. Machine for branding bottle-corks 



Cheney, Charles W., Athol, Mass. Mowing-machine 

Cheney, John L., Lowell, Mass. Spool and bobbin 

Cherney, Jacob, Denver, Colo. Hand drilling-machine 

Cherryi Cummings, Sr., Chicago, HI. Retort-furnace for roasting ores 

Cherry, Cummings, Sr., Chicago, HI. Desulphurizing and purifying ores preparatory to 
smelting 



290,318 

284,612 
270,202 
270,203 

282,164 
286,176 
275,145 
275,587 
286,778 



289,979 

275,019 
279,912 
274,721 

281,239 



270,179 
275,020 
285,968 

289,978 

277,460 
288,309 
278,882 
288,774 

271,194 

279,131 
279,132 

279,133 

279,913 

279,223 
277,992 
272,530 



289,977 
278,655 

279,224 

283,375 
269,916 
271,790 



276,772 

286,115 

287,624 

273,027 

288,015 
281,453 

273,466 

286,903 
281,974 
276,352 
289,811 



282,165 

285,343 
281,240 



283,567 

278,508 

290,534 
275,885 
290,212 

290,213 



Dec. 18 

Sept. 11 

Jan. 9 

Jan. 9 

July 31 

Oct. 9 

Apr. 3 

Apr. 10 

Oct. 16 



Dec. 11 

Apr. 3 
June 26 
Mar. 27 

July 17 



Jan. 3 

Apr. 3 
Oct. 2 

Dec. 11 

May 15 
Nov. 13 
June 5 
Nov. 20 

Jan. 23 

June 12 
June 12 

June 12 

June 26 

June 12 
May 22 
Fob. 20 



Dec. 11 
May 29 

June 12 

Aug. 21 
Jan. 2 
Feb. 6 



May 1 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 30 

Feb. 27 

Nov. 6 

July 17 

Mar. 6 

Oct. 16 

July 24 

Apr. 24 

Dec. 11 

July 31 

Sept. 18 

July 17 

Aug. 21 

May 29 

Dec. 18 

Apr. 17 

Dec. 18 

Dec. 18 



1176 

556 
441 
445 

2316 
487 
347 
936 

1256 



755 

177 
1603 
1902 

1125 



412 
187 
238 

752 

1175 
642 
283 

1242 

1689 

660 

662 

664 

1604 

759 
1807 
1195 



750 
2659 

760 

1101 
109 
249 



315 



2353 

1829 

291 
1398 

292 

1415 

2062 

1908 

549 



2318 

1446 
1126 



1328 

2482 

1474 
1331 
1038 

1040 



320 

157 
130 
131 

636 
135 
95 
254 
340 



213 

48,49 
450 
531 

310 



120 

50 

67 

C212 

1213 

315 

176 

82 

341 

487 

181 

< 181 

J182 

$182 

f 183 

(450 

1451 

210 

493 

333 



212 

727 

210 

310 
32 

69 



310 



371 

677 
678 
407 
366 
292 

293 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



59 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Cherry, Cummings, Sr., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for roasting and preparing ores for smelt- 
ing - - 

Cherry, Cummings, Sr.. Chicago, 111. Purifying iron ore preparatory to smelting 

Cherry, John G., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Can for transporting milk and cream 

Cherry, Peterson H., Parsons, Kans. Lemonade-mixer 

Chertemps. Alexandre, and L. Dandcn, Paris, Prance. Dynamo-electric machine 

Chesebrongh, Frederick, assignor to Ithaca Calendar Clock Company, Ithaca, N. T. Cal- 
endar-clock 

Chesebrough, Robert A., New York, N. Y. Safoty appliance for elevators 

Chesnut. Robert, Richmond, Ind. Truck for moving reapers 

Cbess, Harvey B. (See Chess, Henry and H. B.) 

Che9s, Henry and H. B., Pittsburg, Pa. Gage for metal sheets 

Chess, Henry- and H. B., Pittsburg, Pa. Roll-brasses and making the same 

Chester. Wiiliani P., New York, N. Y. Electric burglar-alarm attachment for automatic 
signaling apparatus 

C beaterman, Edwin, Philadelphia, Pa. Passenger-car 

Chestnut, Johu W. (See Banks and Chestnut.) 

Chevalier, Prank, Lexington, Ky. Plow 

Chevallot, Nicolas A. B.', Paris, France. Filtering apparatus 

Chcvassus-Clement, Emile, Paris, France. Manufacture of artificial gems or precious 



Chew. Charles F., Bridgeport, Conn. Lamp 

Chew. Charles F., Philadelphia, Pa. Portable turn-table 

Chicago Attachment Company. (See Griest, John M., assignor.) 

Chicago Gas Apparatus Manufacturing Company. (See Ransom, Newman A., assignor.) 

Chicago Stamping Company. (See Kasson, Amasa C, assignor.) 

Chilcote. John W., et at. (See Chilcote, Stephen H., assignor.) 

Chilcote, Robinson F., et al. (See Chilcote, Stephen H., assignor.) 

Chilcoto, Samuel F., et al. (See Chilcote. Stephen H., assignor.) 

Chilcote, Stephen H., assignor of one-half to R. F., J. W., and S. F. Chilcote, Sego, Ohio. 

Combined can-opener and corkscrew 

Chilcott. Anion W., Mattoon, HI. Gate 

Child, Cvril C, Boston, Mass. Friction-clutch 



Child, Cyril C, Boston, Mass. Paper-cutting machine 

Childers, John F. (See Richardson, Francis M.. assignor.) 
Children, Arthur G. (Seo Burrows, William T., assignor.) 

Children, Edwin, East Dubuque, 111. Cultivator-shovel 

Childa, Albert F. (See Conover, Jacob A., assignor.) 

Childs. Edward H., and C. R. Powell, Bellaire, Ohio. Blown-glassware manufacture 

Child?. Edwin B., Kockford, El. Neck-yoke 

Childa, J. Wallace, Chicago, El., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Washburn & Moen 

Manufacturing Company, Worcester, Mass. Barbed fence 

Childs. William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Folding center-board ^ 



Childs, William A. (Seo Shaw and Childs.] 

Chiles. Hiram C. Rogers, Ark. Animal-shears 

Chinnock, Charles E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Suspending cables or conductors 

Chinuock, George H, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ornamenting glass lamps 

Chinnock, George H., and J. G. Stephens, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; said Chinnock assignor to C. 
V. Ware. Cai pet-lining 

Chinnock, George fl., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to himself, A. Sichel, and J. Lemon. Man- 
ufacture of metal 

Chipman, AViliiam W., Brooklyn, assignor of two-thirds to W. Courtenay and J. C. Tiffany, 
Xew York, N. Y. Manufacture of steel 

Chisholm, John A., Sauk Centre, Minn. Snow-plow 

Chittenden, Harriet M., New York, N. Y. Garment-protector 

Chivill. Johu. (See Webster and Cbivill.) 

Chivill, John, assignor to Webster & Comstock Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Screw-conveyer coupling 

Choate, Warren. (See Bawsel, Edward E., assignor.) 

Chorlton, Isaac, Jr. (See Hodgson, Alfred, assignor.) 

Chiist. Benjamin F., Peabody, Kans. Check-rower and drill for corn-planters 

Christ, Benjamin F., Peabody. Kans. Harrow 

Christensen. Christoffer A., Willamina, Oreg. Centrifugal pump 

Christensen, William 0., Marshfield, Oreg. Center-board 

Christian, John B., Hamburg, Iowa. Cultivator 

Christian. John B., Hamburg, Iowa. Cultivator 

Christie, Andrew J. (See Christie, James J., assignor.) 

Christie, James J., assignor of one-half to A. J. Christie, Camden, N. J. Bottle-stopper. . . 

Christie, Jonathan S., Boston, Mass. Safe 

Christie, Richard, Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada. Fire-escape *. 

Cbristman, Augustus G., Litiz, Pa. Plow 

Christmas, Augustus G., Litiz, Pa. Feed-cutter 

Cbristman, Charles, et al. (See Schunk, Henry, assignor.) 

Christinas. William W., Washington, D. C , and F. B. Jonas, New Orleans, La. Cartridge 
implement 

Christopher, CalvinF., and R. B. Alexander, Spartanburg, S. C. Tether 

Christy, George H, et al. (See Haskin, Uri, assignor.) 

Christy, George H., trustee. (See Greer, Howard, assignor.) 

Christy, Loudon, Holly Springs, Miss. Two- wheeled vehicle 

Christy, Thomas J., Oinev, assignor to F. M. Goodall, Marion, El. Railway chair and joint. 

Chubb. Thomas H, PostMills, Vt. Fishing-rod tip 

Chubb, Thomas H., PostMills, Vt. Fishing-reel 

Church, Andrew J., Sberborn, Mass. Carriage-jack 

Church, Charles B., Washington, D. C. Ice cutter and harvester 

Church, Charles B., Washington, D. C. Ice-harvester 



No. 



Church, Dnanc H., Chicago, HI., assignor to American Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. 

Stem- winding watch 

Church, Emily R. (See Henninger, Julius, assignor.) 

Chnrch, George W., Roseville, N. J. Micrometer-gage 

Church, Henry A. (See Field and Halkyard. assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Church, Henry A. (See Halkyard, William, assignor.) 

Church, Henry A., Providence, R. I. Roller-chain cap 



290,214 
290,215 
282,844 
288,775 
270,017 

283,508 
286,684 
271,221 

289,503 
290,535 

280,578 
269,917 

288,776 
289,980 

270,018 
285,393 
288,408 



283,967 
272,646 
270,636 

274,273 



271,791 

275.999 
278,400 

285,229 
278,776 

281,454 
274,562 
272,946 

277,832 

286,904 

287,235 
286,779 
290,319 



289,751 



272,855 
2ri4,818 
288,409 
276,353 
284,379 
284,380 

283,569 
270,888 
285,230 
275.354 
282,052 



290,973 
274,462 



281,670 
271,573 
277,230 
282,270 
287,625 
281,751 

281,752 



280,719 
278,094 



Date. 



Dec. 18 
Dec. 18 
Aug. 7 
Nov. 20 
Jan. 2 

Aug. 21 
Oct. 16 
Jan. 30 

Dec. 4 
Dec. 18 

July 3 
Jan. 2 

Nov. 20 
Dec. 11 

Jan. 2 
Sept. 25 
Nov. 13 



Aug. 28 
Feb. 20 
Jan. 16 

Mar. 20 



Feb. 6 

Apr. 17 

May 29 

Sept. 18 

June 5 

July 17 

Mar. 27 

Feb. 27 

May 15 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 23 

Oct. 16 

Dec. 18 



Dec. 4 



Feb. 27 
Sept. 11 
Nov. 13 
Apr. 24 
Sept. 4 
Sept. 4 

Aug. 21 
Jan. 23 

Sept. 18 
Apr. 10 
July 31 



Dec. 25 
Mar. 27 



July 24 

Jan. 30 

May 8 

July 31 

Oct. 30 

July 24 

July 24 

July 3 

May 22 



289,618 Dec. 4 



Monthly 
volume. 



1042 
1045 

443 
1213 

224 

1329 
1141 
1722 

166 
1475 

291 
110 

1243 

756 

226 
1515 

789 



1812 
1343 
1001 



250 

1457 
2348 

1316 
124 

1399 
1719 
1736 

1608 

1417 

1847 
1258 
1177 

477 



1623 
813 
790 

1910 
267 
268 

1332 
1312 
1317 
637 
2162 



2052 
1574 



1672 
2171 

898 
2449 
2354 
1778 

1779 



455 
192G 

304 



293 
294 
125 
341 
65,66 

371 

307 
499 

45 
407 

80,81 
33 

341 
213 

66 

427 
214 



512 
377 
289 
364 
365 



70 

402 
642 

371 
35 

384 

477 
485 

439 



340 
330 



135 



454 
227 
214 
530 
74 
75 

371 
379 
371 
170 
593 



565 
431 



456 
625 
239 
C74 
635 
484 
(484 
(485 

130 

528 



Oflicial 
Gazette. 



25 
25 
24 
25 
23 

24 

25 
23 

25 
25 

24 

23 

25 
25 

23 

24 
25 



23 

23 
23 

24 
23 

24 
23 
23 

23 

25 

25 

25 
25 

25 



24 

23 
23 
21 
25 
24 

•24 



85 25 



60 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Church, Henry B., Grand Rapids, Mich. Fire-escape 

Church, .Tames, St. Louis, Mo. Bung 

Clmrch, Louis J.. Washington, D. C. Fan attachment for sewing-machines 

Church, Thomas T., Fort Hamilton. N. T. Fire-escape 

Church, Walter W., Carthage, Mo. Check-row corn-planter 

Churchill, James T.. St. Joseph, Mo. Support for swinging or pendent scaffolds 

Churchill, Lee. (See Gallup and Churchill.) 

Chute, Charles JR., Minneapolis, Minn. Bein-guard . 

CiUoy, Frank H., Boston, Mass. Spring tongs or fork . .-.' 

Cilley, George W., Norwich, Conn. Lock for revolvers 

CiUcy, William H. (See Maynadier, Guslavus B., assignor.) 
Cincinnati Coffin Company. (Seo Howdon. Bobeit J., assignor.) 
Cincinnati Electric Clock Company. (See Happcrsherger, John, assignor.) 
Cincinnati Sulky Buggy Company. (See Wood, Biehard G., assignor.) 
Cizek, Martin. (See Ekl, Skala, Hoyda, and Cizek.) 

Claery, Thomas. Grecnbush, N. T. Spinning-top 

Claflin, Arthur B. (See Sawyer, William A., assignor.) 

Clamer, Francis J. (Seo Delaplainc, Hendrickson^ and Clamer.) 

Clamer, Francis J., and J. G. Hendrickson, Philadelphia, Pa. Composition to he used in 

fluxing and protecting molten metals 

Clamer, Francis J., assignor of one-half to J..G. Hendrickson, Philadelphia, Pa. Treating 

lead to impart to it the property of adhering to other metals 

Clamond, Charles, Paris, France. Illuminating-burner 



Clancy, Patrick G., Lexington, Miss. Vehicle-spring 

Clapham, Thomas. (See Laycock and Clapham.) 

Clapp, George A., Quincy. Mass. Fire-escape 

Clapp, Harry A., and C. F. Baker, White Pigeon, Mich. Ice-elevator 

Clapp, Harry A., and C. F. Baker, White Pigeon, Mich. Ice-elevator 

Clapp, John W. (Src Tillou and Clapp.) 

Clapp, William J., Nantyglo, and T. Griffiths, Blaenavon, county of Monmouth, England. 
Cupola-furnace 

Clark, Aaron T.. Dannemora. N. T. Hat-sizing machine 

Clark, Albert M., Marshalltown, Iowa, assignor to himself, C. F. Fogg, and J. B. Shute, 
Chicago, 111. Pulley block and tackle ". . : "... 

Clark, Alvin B., assignor of one-half to J. B. Dougan, Bichmond, Ind. Spring-hoe for cul- 
tivators 



Clark, Arra F., Boston, Mass. Car-starter 

Clark, Augustus, et al. (See Harvey, Peter I., assignor.) 
Clark, Augustus, et nl (See Wheelock, John A., assignor.) 
Clark, Benjamin S. W., et al. (See Martin, William F., assignor.) 

Clark, Charles, Smyrna, Tenn. Door-bolt 

Clark, 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark- 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Die 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 



, Charles B., Detroit, Mich. Spring-hinge 

, Charles E , Belmont, N. T. Saw-mill dog 

, Charles T., administrator. (See Fairlamb, Charles C.) 

, Charles W., Philadelphia, Pa. Window-shade pull 

, Charles W., assignor to L. A. Murray, Cincinnati, Ohio. Betum-ball 

& Co., D. W. (See Chaplin, Alonzo C, assignor.) 

, Cullen B., Detroit, Mich. Beelette '. 

Dallas P., Jersey City, N. J., assignor of one-half to B. Vose, New York, N. T. 

for bending eyes for elliptical springs 

, Daniel S.,"Amboy, 111. Bed spring cover 

, David, and T. G. Blatch, Hazleton, Pa. Valve-gear for steam-engines 

, David A., assignor of one-half to F. T. Fletcher, St. Louis, Mo. Toy pistol 

, David A., assignor of one-half to F. T. Fletcher, St. Louis, Mo. Toy pistol 

, David E., it al. (Sec Pritchard, Nathaniel J., assignor.) 

, Eddy L., et al. (See Bott, Joseph E., assignor.) 

\ Edward, New York, N. Y. Hatforni-gear for wagons 

Edward, New York, N. Y. Steam-boiler furnace 

Edward, Jersey City, N. J. Curbstone and sidewalk conduit for electric wires 

, Edward, Cornwall, N. Y. Metallic insulating-covering for telegraph-wires 



Clark, Edward, Cornwall, N. Y. Gutter, curbstone, and sidewalk conduit for electric wires. 

Clark Egbert B. (See Sammons, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Clark, Elijah C, Cannoltou, Ind. Coping for walls 

Clark, George. (See Maliphant, Charles, assignor.) 

Clark, George, Brooklyn, N. Y. Button-hook 

Clark, George, Marinette, Wis. Steam-feed works for saw.mills 



Clark, George, and W. J. Taylor, Marinette, Wis. Steam set-works for saw-mills 

Clark, George, assignor of one-eighth to C. Teuscher, West Troy, N. Y. Steam-radiator. . . 

Clark, George B., Betbesda, Ohio. Hand seed-planter ' 

Clark, George E., Kingman. Me. Baking-pan . 

Clark, George H., Manville, E. I. Tool for connecting and disconnecting the ends of 

belts : 

Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Claris 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 

Car 
Clark 

Car 
Clark. 
Clark- 
Clark 
Clark 
Clark 



, George K. (Seo Murpkv. Daniel H., assignor.) 

George L. (See. Sloan, William D., assignor.) 

George L.. Meriden, Conn. Horse-whipping device 

, George M. (See Harris and Clark.) 

, G eorgo T. , Delmar, Iowa. Socket for fence-posts 

Guv M., et al. (See Martin, William F., assignor.) 
, Henry. (Seo Ball and Clark.) 

Henry, assignor of two-thirds to F.W. ErbacherandC. Helms, Jr., Milwaukee, Wis. 

starter 

, Henry, assignor of two-thirds to F W . Erbacher and C. Helms, Jr., Milwaukee, Wis. 
starter 

Henry F. , Poughkeepsie, N\ Y. Patched bullet and making the same 

James B. (See Kendall. Francis B., assignor ) 

James M. (Seo Piatt, Benjamin G., assignor.) 

James T., Bath, Cal.' Stone-drilling machine 

Jamos W., Etna, Ohio. Mechanical telephone 



283,968 
275,588 
278,683 
289,220 
289. G19 
288,977 

273,955 
284,118 
270,204 



286,177 

280,349 

283,077 
282,053 

289,981 

283,755 
280,110 
290,536 



271,683 
278,509 

276,501 

275,146 
274,403 



276,958 
285,969 

273,028 
289,221 

277,231 

285,231 
269,918 
276,773 
273,956 
281,455 



275,147 
282,845 
278,095 
287,230 

287,237 



278,650 

277,232 
275,800 

275,468 

286,780 
287,626 
277,079 

287,417 

276,158 
275,801 

280,450 

288,010 
286,387 



271.792 
289,020 



Date. 



Aug. 28 
Apr. 10 
June 5 
Nov. 27 
Dec. 4 
Nov. 27 

Mar. 13 
Aug. 28 
Jan. 9 



Oct. 



July 3 

Aug. 14 
July 31 

Dec. 11 



Aug. 28 
Oct. 2 
Dec. 18 



Feb. 6 

May 29 

May 1 

Apr. 3 
Mar. 27 



June 12 
May 1 
Oct'. 2 



Monthly 
volume. 



1813 

937 

9 

1783 
305 

1492 

918 

2023 
448 



13 

719 
2163 

757 

1502 
414 
1475 



118 

2483 



349 



557 
238 



Feb. 27 1 "M 
Nov. 2'. ! 1765 



Apr. 3 

Aug. 7 

May 22 

Oct. 23 

Oct. 23 

May 29 

May 8 

Apr. 17 

Apr. 10 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 30 

May 15 

Oct. 30 



Apr. 24 
Apr. 17 

July 3 

Nov. 6 
Oct. 9 



1318 
111 
310 
919 

1400 



3f0 

44 1 

1920 

1847 

1848 



2659 

900 
1229 

796 
1259 
2355 
1434 

2072 



1659 
1230 



291 
763 



513 
255 
3 
494 
85 
413 

252 
563 
131 



(593 
)594 
C213 
)214 

440 
113 

408 



32, 33 
673 



90 

;43i 

' 432 



C252 

( 253 

145 

67 

513 

494 



May t I 899 239 



Sept. 18 
Jan. 2 
May 1 
Mar. 13 
July 17 



Feb. 6 251 70 
Dec. 4 ! 306 85,86 



371 

33 

K-2 

252 

384 



96 
125 

' 529 

505 

C505 

) 506 

727 

240- 
336 
(215 
1216 
340 
635 
386 

563 



458 
337 



36 



82 
207 



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Gazette. 



24 
23 
23 
23 
25 
25 

23 
24 

23 



24 
> 24 

'■ 25 

24 
25 
25 



23 
23 

23 

23 

>23 



23 
25 



24 
23 
23 
23 
24 



23 
24 
23 
25 

^25 



23 
23 

';23 

'25 
25 
23 



24 



25 
25 



23 
25 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



01 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Reducing met- 



> met- 



Clark. John K. 
Clark, John X. 
Clark, John L. 
Clark. John W. 



1493 

1677 

1678 

876 

1459 

1434 

269 



112 
1602 
1719 



1419 

1850 



984 

1607 

22 

678 

1608 

188 

240 



23 

1417 

18 

937 

2350 

905 

1785 

1787 

955 

13 

1361 

317 

1332 
939 



901 
2077 

678 



906 
1344 



19-27 
284 
318 
1318 
1788 

120 



270 
1720 
1541 

1893 

1977 

1534 

2073 

189 

1724 

1910 

1912 

545 

1725 

20 

272,648 | Feb. 20 j 1345 

Clarke, Willard A., assignor to Northwestern Manufacturing and Car Company, Still- [ 
water. Minn. Exhaust-nozzle for steam-engines 270,743 Jan. 16,1139 

Clarke, Willard A., assignor to Northwestern Manufacturing and Car Company, Still- 
water. Minn. Cnt-offvalve 270,744 Jan. 16 1140 



Clark, Jennie M., Manchester, N. H. Garment-protector 

Clark, John, Silchestor Road, Kensington, county of Middlesex, England, 
als from their ores 

Clark. John, Silchester Road, Kensington, county of Middlesex, England. Reducing 
als from their ores 

Clark, John, New York, N. Y. Clearer for pipes 

Clark, JohnK., Buffalo, N. Y. Spring-hinge 

. Buffalo, N. Y. Lock-hinge 

Buffalo, N. Y. Knob attachment 

(See "Weber, Theodore A., assignor.) 
et. al. (See Baker, Loring J., assignor.) 

Clark. Joseph, Brooklyn, N. Y. Vehicle-wheel - 

Clmk. Joseph, Brooklyn, N. Y. Metallic railway-tie 

Clark, Joseph, Green Point. N. Y. Alarm-signal for railway-tracks 

Clark. Josiah L. (See Hill and Clark.) 

Clark, Levi S., assignor to himself, O. G. Franks, and G. T. Baughman, Doylestown, Ohio. 
Two-whce cil vehicle 

Clark. Lewis E.. Lynn, Mass. Bell 

Clark, Milton. (See Elliott. Gilbert R., assignor.) 

Clark, Milton, assignor to Continental Cash Car Company, Baltimore, Md. Cash and par- 
col carrying system 

Clark, Moses M.. Now Haven. Conn. Car-brake 

Clark, Nathan B., Philadelphia, Pa. Deflectiiig-armor for war-ships 

Clark, Norman, Sterling, 111. Folding table 

Clark. Norman, Sterling, 111. Alcohol-la nip 

Clark. Ogden C, Newton, Mass. School-chair - 

Clark. R. .Wilson, and X. II. Cone, Lcadville, Colo. Ore-concentrating table 

Clark, Richard (See Wills. Samuel, assignor.) 

Clark, Richard S., et al. (See Carter and Smith, assignors.) 

Clark. Robert A., Liverpool, county of Lancaster, England. Potato digging and separat- 
ing machinery 

Clark. Robert S., Helena. Mont. Ter. Whiffletree-elip 

Clark, Robert W., Buffalo, N. Y. Steam-frap and boiler-feeder 

('lark. Rolliu C. and W. F. Beecher. Cleveland, Ohio. Distilling petroleum 

Clark, Roliiu C, Corry, Pa.. andW. F. Beecher. Cleveland, Ohio. Oil-filter 

Clark, Rolliu C. assignor to himself and M. H. Warren, Corry, Pa. Renewing bone-black 

Clark, Roswell M., MePherson, Kans. Corn-planter 

Chirk. Roswell M., McPheison, Kans. Wheel-plow 

Clark, Samuel E. , Philadelphia. Pa. Spring- gnn 

Clark. Samuel H.. Cincinnati. Ohio, and J. G. Parsons, Oshkosh, Wis. Fifth-wheel 

Clark. Samuel J.. Ypsilanti, Mich. Whip-socket 

Clark, Scott. (See Kelly, George, assignor.) 

Clark. Stephen A. D., St. Joseph, Mo. " Combined chair and bed 

Clark, Thomas K.. Tie Siding. Wyo. Ter. Machine for channeling harness-straps 

t 'lark, Tolivar B.. North Manchester, lud. Broadcast hand seed-sower 

Clark, Walter A. (See Phillips George H., assignor.) 

Clark, Warren R., et al. (See Fickett'William S.. assignor.) 

Clark, William, Brooklyn. Md. Ore-crushing machine". 

Clark, William, assignor of one-half to I*. Main, Baltimore, Md. Wheelbarrow 

Clark. William H., Chicago, 111. Grooming-machine 



Clark. William H., Thomaston, Conn. Apparatus for making angular cuts in sheet-metal 
pipes 

Clark. William H. and W. J.. Salem. Ohio. Fluid-can 

Clark. William J. (See Clark, William H. and W. J.) 

Clark. William S., S. E. Farrington, and T. Sheard, Little Falls, N. Y. Tension device 
for sewing-machines 

Clark. William W.. Chicago. III. Sand-drier 

Clarke, Alexander D., New York, N. Y. Ore-concentrator 

Clarke, Alexander I).. New York. N. Y. Ore concentrator 

Clarke, Ambrose J.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Marine drag 

Clarke Automatic Steam Yalve Company. (See Clarke, George, assignor.) 

Clarke, Charles, Ovid, assignor of one-half to T. Tandy, Detroit, Mich. Seal-lock 

Clarke. Charles L (See Edison and Clarke.) 

Clarke. Charles I... assignor to R. Hewitt. Jr., New York, N. Y. Circuit and apparatus for 
electric temperature and pressure indicators 

Clarke, Charles L., assignor to R. Hewitt, Jr., New York, N. Y. Telethermometer 



No. 



271,037 

277,884 

277,885 
283,205 
2*6,000 
277,680 
284,381 



269,919 
270,637 
285,571 



286,905 
287,238 



290,175 
279,914 
282,498 
270.388 
279,915 
275,021 
285,970 



Date. 



Clarke, Christopher, Northampton, Mass. Car-coupling 

Clarke, G;orge, assignor to Clarke. Automatic Steam Valve Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Steam-actuated valve '. 

Clarke. George H. (See Thompson, Richard, assignor.) 

Clarke. James I).. Harvard, 111. Mechanism for converting motion 

Clarke, John A. (See Rowe, William, assignor.) 

Clarke, John J.. Patapa. Peru, assignor of one-half to A. W. Colwell, New York, N. Y. 
Dumping-ear and apparatus for transporting the same - 

Clarke, John J., Patapo. Pern, assignor of one-half to A. W. Colwell, New York, N. Y. 
Device for connecting 'portable railway-tracks - 

Clarke. John X. assignor of two thirds to S. T. J. Coleman and E. B. Reynolds, Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. Horseshoe-blank roll ... - " 

Clarke, John X.. assignor of two-thirds to S. T. J. Coleman and E. B. Reynolds, Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. Ilorseshoe 

Clarke, John S.. assignor to himself and J. F. Dunneback, Detroit, Mich. Feed-water ap- 
paratus for steam-boilers 

Clarke, John S., East China, assignor of one-half to J. F. Dunneback, Detroit, Mich. Feed- 
water regulator 

Clarke. Merrill. Poult ney, Vt. Coin-tester 

Clarke. Robet t. Brooklyn, N. Y.. Plumber's trap 

Clarke. Thomas Sheffield, county of York, England. Sheath for razors 

Clarke, Willard A., Stillwater, Minn. Eoversing-gear for steam-engines 



271,601 
288,922 
289,388 
275.589 
287,627 
279,335 
289,222 
289,223 
288,548 
230,350 
279,708 

276,774 
283.570 
275,590 



277,233 
273,225 

270,389 



279,336 
272,647 



278,096 
278,883 
276,775 
285,232 
289,224 

271,68-1 



284,382 
285,572 
286,999 

281,836 

271,421 

274,439 

287,418 

275,022 

285,573 

276,354 

276,355 
273,067 
285,574 
289,389 



Jan. 23 

May 22 

May 22 
Aug. 14 
Apr. 17 
May 15 
Sept. 4 



Jan. 2 
Jan. 16 

Sept. 25 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 23 



Dec. 11 
June 26 
Aug. 7 
Jan. 9 
June 20 
Apr. 3 
Oct. 2 



Feb. 6 

Nov. 20 
Dec. 4 
Apr. 10 
Oct. 30 
June 12 
Nov. 27 
Nov. 27 
Nov. 13 
July 3 
June 19 

May 1 
Aug. 21 
Apr. 10 



May 8 
Feb. 27 

Jan. 9 



June 12 
Feb. 20 



May 22 
June 5 
May 1 

Sept. 18 
Nov. 27 

Feb. 6 



Sept. 4 
Sept. 25 
Oct. 23 

July 24 

Jan. 30 



Mar. 

Oct. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Apr. 
Mar. 
Sept. 
Dec. 



Monthly 
volume. 



430 

458 

458 
244 
402 
387 
75 



33 

289 
486 



3S9 
506 



278 
452 

6,7,8 

201 

452 

50 

67,68 




390 

6 
255 
635 
253 
495 
495 
262 

4 
379 

83 
372 
255 



240 

583 

(201 

I 202 

253 

377 



529 

82 

83 

372 

495 

33 



76 

( 486 

(487 

425 

516 

571 

423 

563 

50 

487 

530 

530 
146 

487 

6 

(377 

$378 

327 

327 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Clarke, Willard A., assignor to Northwestern Manufacturing and Car Company, Still- 
water, Minn. Steam-engine cylinder 

Clarke, Willard A., assignor to Northwestern Manufacturing and Car Company, Still- 
water, Minn. "Water-gage 

Clarke, Willard A., Stillwater, Minn., assignor to Northwestern Manufacturing and Car 
Company. Traction-engine 

Clarke, William E., St. Louis, Mo. Cleaning compound 

Clarke, William M. (See Dassau, Edward, assignor.) 

Clarkson, Frank M., et al. (See Taylor, Harrison H., assignor.) 

Clarkson, Frank S., assignor to E. IS. Sloan, Baltimore, Md. Lock 

Clarkson, Frank S. , assignor to F. B. Sloan, Baltimore, Md. Friction-hinge 

Clarkson, George C, et al. (See Taylor, Harrison H.. assignor.) 

Clarkson, Joseph T., Amesbury, Mass. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Clarkson, Joseph T., Amesbury, Mass. Harrow-tooth 

Clarkson, William it., Buffalo, N. T. Batchet bit-brace 

Clary, Stephen. (See Brown, Thomas H., Jr., assignor.) 

Clasbn, William P., H. S. Navy, assignor to J. G. Berret, Washington, D. C. Sash- 
holder 



Class, John, Canton, Ohio. Saw-handle 

Class, John, Canton, Ohio. Saw-handle 

Classen, Alexander, Aachen, Germany. Electroplating 

Claudon, Gustav, and C. Vigreux, Paris, France. Production and collection of fertile 

yeast from juices of grain, &c 

Claudon, Joseph A. I., Paola, Kans. Steam-cock and check-valve 

Claus, Adolph, assignor of one-half to J. S. Ludlam, Lowell, Mass. Loom-shuttle 

Claus, Carl F., London, England. Manufacture of a white pigment 

Clause, John J., Chicago, 111. Paper-dampening machine 

Clausen, Adler C, assignor of one-half to J. C. Slafter, Minneapolis, Minn. Escapement 

and regulator 

Clausen, James, San Luis Obispo, Cal. Plow 

Claussen, Henry, and T. Staeber, Ellin wood, Kans. Coal-chute 

Clawson, Clement C, Newark, N. J. Curtain-roller 

Clawson, Leonard E., San Francisco, Cal. Portable chimney 

Clawson, S. P., et al. (See See, James W., assignor.) 

Clay, Alonzo C., et al. (See Benner, Lorenzo D., assignor.) 

Clay, Cyrus C Dunninss, Pa. Brake-lock : 

Telephone 

Switch-board for telephones 

Telephone call-bell 

Transmitter for telephones 

Telephonic transmitter 

Clay, Henry, assignor of one-half to J. B. Apple, Philadelphia, Pa. Underground conduit 
for electric wires 



Clay, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Clay, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Clay, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Clay, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Clay, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Clay, Kobert J., Jersey City, N. J. Escapement 

Clay, Robert J., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to G. F. Seward and O. B. Bradford, New 
York, N. T. Carriage-clock 



Clay, William W., Paris, Ontario, Canada. Knitting-machine 

Clayton, George W., assignor of one-half to Barrett Machine Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Elevator 



Clayton, Henry. (See Wigmore, William H., assignor.) 

Clayton, Henry, Dayton, Ohio. Harvester-truck 

Clayton, William, St. Louis, Mo. Car-brake 

Clayton, William M. (See Jones, William C, assignor.) 

Clear, Justin H., Mazeppa, Minn. Hame-tug clip 

Cleaves, N. Porter, Boston, Mass. Safety attachment for elevators 

Cleaveland, William B., Bridgeport, Conn. Car-starter. 

Cleeland, William M. , McCauleyville, Minn. Hoof-trimmer 

Cleland, A. Vincent. (See Wiliiams, Edwin S., assignor.) 
Clem, Jackson S., et al. (See Fry, John, assignor.) 

Clemence, Addison B., Worcester, Mass. Wire-coating for drawing 

Clemens, John. (See Todd, James, assignor.) 

Clemens, Julius, et al. (See Lindner, Ferdinand, assignor.) 

Clement, Charles E., assignor of two-fifths to 0. W. Hoitt, Nashua, N. H. Automatic cut-! 
ting and feeding attachment for printing-presses ; 

Clement, Daniel B. (See Wetherell and Clement.) 

Clement & Dunbar. (See Dunbar, John H., assignor.) 

Clemons, George F., Springfield, Mass. Apparatus for transmitting differential rotary mo- 



Clemons, Thomas F., Tiverton, county of Devon, England, assignor to A. C. Baldwin, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Stone-turning lathe 

Clemson, William, Middletown, N. T. Buck-saw frame 

Clench, Frank B., Lockport, N. T. Device for embossing photographs 

Clerk, William F., Boston, Mass. Fire-escape 

Cleveland Block Company. (See Ford, George A., assignor.) 

Cleveland, George H., Camden, Me. Shirt 

Cleveland, John S., Ncponset, 111. Sulky-harrow 

Cleveland Non-Explosive Lamp Company. (See Hammond, William E., assignor.) 

Cleveland, Thomas B., Newark, N. J. Combined salt and pepper cup 

Cleveland, William B., Cleveland, Ohio. Dynamo-electric machine 

Clevenger, Nelson T. (See Lantz, Michael H., assignor.) 

Cleves, William B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hinge for sewing-machines 

Cliff, Edward, assignor to Cliff & Righter Company, (limited,) Oswego, N. Y. Car-spring. 

Cliff & Kighter Company. (See Cliff Edward, assignor.) 

Clifford, Alfred W., Johnstown, Pa. Stock-car 

Clifford, Charles W., trustee. (See McCoy, John A., assignor.) 

Clifford, Frank, Carson City, Nev. Automatic railway-alarm 

Clifford, James P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Air-gas machine 

Clifford, John F., Milford, and E. Corbett, Boston, Mass. Harmonic attachment for key-> 
boards 5 

Clifford, Joseph W. (See Clifford, Thomas G., assignor.) 

Clifford, Thomas G., Atlantic City, N. J., assignor of one-half to J. W. Clifford, New York, 
N. Y. Merry-go-round 



270,875 

278,223 

286,906 
289,621 



281,615 
290,398 

272,208 
282.054 
286;388 



280,292 
274,274 
280,579 
273,467 

279,337 
279,338 
280,797 
272,375 
286,591 

286,531 
285,463 
280,133 
278,884 
285,112 



281,222 
277,112 
280.351 
280,451 
280.580 
288,017 

275,023 
286,685 

277,234 
277,004 

287,802 

288,208 
289,982 

290,399 
272,413 
281,975 
271,038 



282,055 



287,239 



276,776 

274,563 
281,837 
269,830 
276,669 

286,781 
282,271 

287,628 
284,277 

272,121 

283,078 

284,819 

279,225 
277,113 

274,464 



288,018 



Jan. 16 

May 22 

Oct. 16 
Dec. 4 



July 17 

Dec. 18 

Feb. 13 

Julv 31 

Oct. 9 



June 26 
Mar. 20 
July 3 
Mar. 6 

June 12 
June 12 
July 10 
Feb. 13 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 9 

Sept. 25 
June 26 
June 5 
Sept. 18 



July 10 
May 8 
July 3 
July 3 
July 3 
Nov. 6 



Apr. 3 
Oct. 16 

May 8 



Nov. 6 

Nov. 13 
Dec. 11 

Dec. 18 

Feb. 20 

July 24 

Jan. 23 



July 31 



Oct. 23 



Mar. 27 
July 24 
Jan. 2 
May 1 

Oct. 16 
July 31 

Oct. 30 
Sept. 4 

Feb. 13 
Aug. 14 

Sept. 11 

June 12 
May 8 

Mar. 27 



Nov. 6 



1290 
2094 



1419 
308 



1598 
1276 

773 

2164 

764 



2059 
1324 
293 
2P5 

907 
909 
578 
977 
1017 

937 

1598 
1870 
286 
1181 



1096 
700 
15 
141 
294 
292 

190 
1143 

901 
616 

16 

517 
759 

1277 
1047 
2063 
1493 



2165 



1850 



321 

1720 

1895 

15 

161 

1260 
2456 

2357 
149 

673 

720 

815 

761 
761 

1576 



294 



372 
576 
390 



437 
359 

214 

594 
207 



579 
365 

81 



253 
161 



276 

252 
449 
527 
82 
331 



303 

200 

4 

38 

81 

82 

50 
(307 
) 308 

240 
C161 
\ 102 



144 
214 

359 

294 
565 
430 



506 
507 

508 



83,84 

477 

517 

5 

41 

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674 

636 
41 

183 
202 

227 

210 

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C432 

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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Name, residence, and invention. 



Clifton, Joseph E. (See Burnett and Clifton.) 

Clifton, Oliver P. (Seo Brians, Marvin A., assignor.) 

Clinch, Andrew F. (See Clinch, James H., assignor.) 

Clinch, James H., Pittsburg, assignor to himself and A. F. Clinch, York, Pa. Device for 

rivetinc hollow cylinders 

Clinch, Nicholas B., Green Cove Spring, Fla. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Cline, George A., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-coupling 

Cline, George J., Goshen, Ind. Roofing-knife or tinner's scraper 

Clinc George J., Goshen, Ind. Sliding-jaw wrench 

Cline, James E., et al. (See Cline, John B., assignor.) 

Cline. John B., Jefferson, Iowa, assignor one-half to F. Thompson, J. E. Cline, 0. R. Gray,, 

and E. F. Billings. Machine for applying barbs to fence-wires | 

Cline, John B., assignor to Boono Steel Barb Wire Company, Jefferson, Iowa. Barbed 

fence-wire 

Cline. Oliver W.. Frohua, Mo. Saddle adjuster and fastener 

Clingman, Joseph L., Cynthiana, Ky. Nut-lock for rail-joints 

Clingman, Thomas L., Asheville, N. C. Incandescent electric light 

Clinton, De Witte, Lemoore, Cal. Combined seeder and harrow 

Clinton. P. F.. ft al. (See Henry, John C, assignor.) 

Clinton Wire Cloth Company. (See Waters, CUarles H., assignor.) 

Cloak, Biekley W., assignor of one-half to J. Cloak, Dayton, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Cloak, John. (See Cloak. Biekley W., assignor.) 

Clock, Jesse M., New York, N. Y. Refrigerator 

Clock, Jesse M., New York. N. Y. Refrigerator 

Cloes, Benjamin J., Lako Bluff, assignor of one-half to A. B. Pullman, Chicago, 111. Door- 

h 



No. 



Clooney, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Extension-table 

Close, Gideon A., Bridgeport, Conn. Device for clamping patterns on goods 

Close. Thomas J., Philadelphia, Pa. Button 

Closset, Mathiou, Liege, Belgium. Preserving meat 

Clother, Jane A . Cumberland, Wis. Hair-crimper 

Clothier. Henry 11., J. Grogan, and J. McMullen, Philadelphia, Pa. Composition paint for 

metallic surfaces 

Clotwortby, William P.. Baltimore. Md. Baking-powder 

Clotworthv, William P.. Baltimore, Md. Preserving edible animal fats 

Cloud, John W. (See Ely, Cloud, and Wall.) 

Cloud, .Tohu W.. Altoona. Pa. Fuel-feeding device for locomotives 

Cloud, William H.. Detroit, Mich., assignor to C. Styer, Kokomo, Ind. Bench-vise 

Clough. Enos M., Lako Village, assiguor of one-half to A. R. Tinkham, Lancaster, N. H. 

Latch for sliding doors 

Clough Manufacturing Company. (See Clough. W. Rockwell, assignor.) 

Clongb, Mile, jr.. Carlisle, Iowa! Corn planter and marker 

Clough, William P., New York, N. Y. Buckle 

Clough, William R., Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to B. Goodman, New York, N. Y. Hose- 

snpporler 

Clougn, W. Rockwell, Newark, N. J. Binder or holding device 

Clough, W. Rockwell, Newark, N. J., assignor to Clough Manufacturing Company, of New 

Jersey. Binder or holding device 

Clous, George W.. Reading, Pa. Show-case 

Clow, Adam S., Wheatland, 111. Grain-binder 

Clow, Lewis E.. assisnor of one-half to J. Beckwitb. St. Louis, Mo. Lamp-wick 

Clow. William M., Wheatland, 111. Wire-fence nail 

Clow, William M., AVheatland. El. Barbed fence- wire 

Clow, William M., Wheatland, El. Barbed wire for fences 

Clowes, George H., et al. (See Stever, Jeremiah, assignor.) 

Clowes. George H., and E. L Frisbie, Jr.. Waterbury, Conn. Fire-escape 

Clowes, George H., and E. L. Frisbie, Jr., Waterbury, Conn. Fire-escape 

Cloves. James H.. assignor of one-half to C. B. Hitchcock, Cortland, N. Y. Top-prop 

Clucus, William. Cleveland, Ohio. Carriage-top 

Clnett, Brother & Co., George B. (See Norton, Rowland S., assignor.) 

CInett, Robert, Troy, N. Y. Shirt 

Cluett, Robert, Trov, N. Y. Shirr 

Clutter, Albert E., Lima, Ohio. Grain-drier 

Clymer, Daniel R., Reading, Pa. Fire-escape 

Coales. Samuel L., Newport-Pagnell, England. Door-latch 

Coas, Edward K"., Philadelphia^Pa. Making metal tubes 

Coast and Harbor Defence Company. (See Graydon, James W., assignor.) 
Coates, Charles E. (See Rorebeck, Henry, assignor.) 
Coates, Henry. (See Wiener, Coates, and Wiener.) 

Coates. John, London, England. Apparatus for the manufacture of sulphate of ammonia . 

Coates, Joseph H. (See Potts, Joseph C, assignor.) 

Coates. Thomas, and J. J. Bissicks, Bristol, county of Bristol, England. Paper-bag ma-) 
chine 5 

Coats, James & Peter. (See Watson, Thomas, assignor.) 

Coats, Samuel, Upper Merion, Pa. Thrashing-machine 

Cobb, Henry B., Wilmington, Del. Car-seat 

Cobb, Henry B., Wilmington, Del. Car or other seats 

Cobb, Henry B., Wilmington, Del. System of laying subterranean lines of electric wires . 

Cobb, Henry B., Wilmington, Del. Subterranean line of electric wires 

Cobb, Hiram, Kalamazoo! Mich. Harrow 

Cobb, John P., College City, Cal. Supply apparatus for feeders for thrashing-machines . . 

Cobb, Maria L., Natick, Mass. Oil-cau 

Cobbett, George W., and J. E. Cunningham, Chartiers township, Allegheny county, Pa. 

Continuous rolling-mill • ' 

Coble, Riley. (See Finly, James R., assignor.) 

Coburn, Augustus'B., Rosedale, Kans. Device forfastening saw-clamps, &c, to work -benches 

Coburn, Charles E., et al. (See King, George W., assignor.) 

Coburn, Daniel W., Buffalo, Tex. Car-coupling 



280,452 
287,000 
270,390 
272,649 
281,456 

279,339 

290.974 
289,225 
273,029 
276,133 
286,263 



274,908 

274,275 
274,276 

285,575 
276,159 

288,410 

277,005 
275,148 
273,957 

286,117 
273,958 
284,184 

289,226 
288,549 

275,149 



290,320 
286,264 

288,161 
276,001 

272,650 
272,209 
274,909 
285,971 
279,113 
285,014 
287,803 

271,422 
283,969 
282,611 
273,959 

271,574 
277,006 
283,970 
290,630 
260,581 
285,576 



272,651 



282,166 

283,206 

277,114 

277,115 
288,310 
288,311 
284,278 
276,225 
272,030 

285,113 

289,227 

275,150 



Date. 



July 3 

Oct. 23 

Jan. 9 

Feb. 20 

July 17 

June 12 

Dec. 25 

Nov. 27 

Feb. 27 

Apr. 17 

Oct. 9 



Apr. 3 

Mar. 20 
Mar. 20 

Sept. 25 
Apr. 24 

Nov. 13 

May 8 
Apr. 3 
Mar. 13 

Oct, 2 
Mar. 13 
Sept. 4 

Nov. 27 
Nov. 13 

Apr. 3 

Dec. 18 
Oct. 9 

Nov. 6 
Apr. 17 

Feb. 20 
Feb. 13 
Apr. 3 
Oct. 2 
June 5 
Sept. 18 
Nov. 6 

Jan. 30 

Aug. 28 
Aug. 7 
Mar. 13 

Jan. 30 
May 8 
Aug. 28 
Dec. 18 
July 3 
Sept. 25 



Feb. 20 



July 31 



Aug. 14 

May 8 

May 8 
Nov. 13 
Nov. 13 
Sept. 4 
Apr. 24 
Feb. 13 

Sept. 18 

Nov. 27 

Apr. 3 



Monthly 
volume. 



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1543 

682 
1346 
1401 

909 

2053 
1789 
1834 
1627 
592 



20 

1324 
1326 

1726 
1660 
791 

618 
350 
920 

415 

921 

33 

1790 
956 

351 

1178 
593 

453 
1460 

1347 

774 

20 

241 

633 

1060 

17 

1977 

1813 

164 

921 

2171 
619 

1815 

1596 
295 

1727 



1348 



2321 



877 

762 

763 
643 
643 
150 
1737 
555 

1182 

1791 

352 



38 
425 
202 
378 
385 



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495 
513 

448 
162 



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366 



458 
C214 
<215 

162 
96 

252 



496 
263 

96 

330 
162 

126 

402 

378 
214 

6 

68 

172 

296 

6 

571 

513 

49 

253 

625 
102 
513 
438 
81, 82 



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640 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Coburn, Jehiel C. (See Coburn, Lemuel and J. C.) 

Coburn, Jobn G., Soutb Carthage, assignor to himself and G. B. Staples, Carthage, Me. 
Dumping- wagon ^ 

Coburn, Lemuel and J. C, Worcester. Mass. Machine for cutting corsets, rags, &c 

Coburn, Llewellyn H., Seneca, Kans., and E. D. Thompson, Havana, 111. Cane stripper 
and header 

Cochei, Charles T., Uniontown, Md. ■ "Window-shutter 

Cocheu, Noah L., Brooklyn, assignor to himself, T. T. Brown, New York, and G-. B. Wal- 
ton, Brooklyn, N. Y., trustees. Manufacturing electrotype-rollers for imitating leather 
and other materials - 

Cochran, Henry S., assignor to S. A. Cochran, Philadelphia, Pa. Match-safe 

Cochran, James, Lockport, N. Y. Snatch-block 

Cochran, James, Lockport, N. Y. Bushing for sheaves of pulley-blocks 

Cochran, James, Now Lots, N. Y. Spout and strainer 

Cochran, James, New Lots, assignor to Lalance & Grosjoan Manufacturing Company, New 
York, N. Y. Coffee-pot 

Cochran, John, Jr., Millwood, assignor to S. A. Tague, Briscoe. Mo. Mechanical movement 

Cochran, John, Jr., Millwood, assignor to himself and J. A. Wirick, Clarksville, Mo. Car- 
coupling 

Cochran, John B. (See Beach, John S.. assignor.) 

Cochran, Samuel H., Everett, Mass. Making artificial butter 

Cochran, Samuel p., Everett, Mass. Churn and like apparatus for use in the manufacture 
of artificial butter, &c 

Cochran, Samuel H., Everett, Mass. Churn or mixer for use in the manufacture of artifi- 
cial butter 

Cochran, Stephen A. (See Cochran, Henry S., assignor.) 

Cochran, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Telegraphic relay 

Cochran, William J., assignor to himself, G. W. .Appie, and H. G. Peters, Denison, Iowa. 
Horse-collar pad 

Cochrane, Brodio. (See Eenwick and Cochrane.) 

Cochrane, Brodie, Durham, county of Durham, England. Coke-oven 

Cochrane, Charles, Stourbridge, county of Worcester, England. Manufacture of iron in 
blast-furnaces : - 

Cochrane, William, East Woodstock, Conn. Cover-fastener for fruit-jars 

Cockburn, Dougald B. S., Jersey City, N. J. Wheelbarrow 

Cockcroft, Thomas, Birkenhead, county of Chester, assignor to W. P. Thompson, Liver- 
pool, England . Packing-case 

Cocke, John, Jr., Grcensborougk, Ala. Hay and cotton press 

Cockell, Harvey. Chicago, HI., assignor to C. Chambers, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Kiln for 
drying brick, &c 

Cockell, Harvey, assignor to II. S. Reynolds, Chicago, 111. Machine for separating stones 
from clay 

Cocker, Frederick, assignor to Hat Curling Machine Company, Danbury, Conn. Hat-brim- 
curling machine 

Cocker, Frederick, assignor to Hat Curling Machine Company, Danbury, Conn. Hat-brim- 
curling machine 

Cockshaw. Herbert, assignor to Cox & Sedgwick, New York, N. Y. Bracelet 

Cockson, Charles, Wigan, county of Lancaster, England. Vontilating-fan 

Codd, Hiram, London, and D. Rylands, Barnsley, county of York, England. Bottle for 
containing aerated liquids 

Codding, David D., North Attleborough, Mass. Manufacture of ornamental chains 

Codding, Frederick W., assignor to himself and Desper, Rogers & Co., Barre, Mass. Anto- 
matic belt-tightener ; . 

Coddington, Marion, Rahway, N. J. Waist, drawers, and stocking supporter 

Cody, John W. (See Simms and Cody.) 

Coe Brothers. (See Thomas, Boycl S., assignor.) 

Rome. N. Y. Fence 

(See Thackston. Richard D., assignor.) 

and D. Merritt, Brooklyn. N. Y. "Two-wheeled vehicle 

(See Coe. Winfield R., assignor.) 

Coe, Wash. Leavenworth, Kans. Door securer 

Coe, Winfield R., assignor to M. E. Coe, Meriden, Conn. Check-rein fastener 

Coes, John H, Worcester, Mass. Wrench 

Cofcr, Thomas W. , Portsmouth, Va. Fly -fan 

Coffey, Wiley D., Pangburn, Ark. Horseshoeing-stand 

Coffield, Peter T., assignor to himself and A. L. Wolley, Springfield, Ohio. Wind-engine. . 

Coflield, Peter T., assignor of one-half to C. H. Paxson, Springfield, Ohio. Force-pump 

Coffin, Edward J., Little Falls, N. Y. Indicator and alarm for steam-boilers 

Coffin, George W., Lynn, Mass. Buffing-machine 

Coffin, Georgo W., Lynn, Mass., assignor of three-fifths to H. Bohr, Now York, N. Y. 
Abrading and polishing machine for boots and shoes 

Coffin, James H. et al. (See Vincent and Smith, assignors.) 

Coffin. Joseph W. (See Malonoy. James, assignor.) 

Coffin, Prince H. (See Sullivan. Michael E., assignor.) 

Collin, Princo H, et al. (See Vincent and Smith, assignors.) 

Coffin. Zebulon E., Newton, Mass. Machine for drilling pipe-flanges 



Coe, Carlos C. 
Coe, Heury I. 
Coe, John W. 
Coe, Marv E 



Coffin, Zebulon E., Newton, Mass. Machine for turning pipe.flanges 

Cogger. William B., and H. A. Hamlin, Minneapolis, Minn. Door-hanger 

Coggeshall, William T., Lowell, Mass. Spindle for loom-shuttles 

Cogiiin, Frederick G. (See Richards and Coggin.) 

Coggin, Frederick G., Lake Linden, Mich. Dash pot bumper 

Coggins, O. Chester, New Haven, Conn. Shifting rail 

Cogswell, Eliza R., New York, N. Y. Life-preserver 

Cogswell, Eliza R., New York, N. Y. Life-preserver 

Cogswell, Henry D., San Francisco, Cal. Producing a cool atmosphere in rooms and apart- 



ments 



Cogswell, Henry D., San Francisco, Cal. System of and apparatus for producing and dis- 
tributing refrigerated air and water 

Cogswell, William S., Hydo Park, Mass. Ceiling 

Cogswell, William S., Hyde Park, Mass. Machine for transferring figures upon glass 

Cogswell, William S., Hydo Park, Mass. Marbleizing glass 

Cohen, Alfred N., Now York, N. Y. Fastener for gloves and other articles 



No. 



Date. 



270,391 Jan. 9 
272,856 Feb. 27 



287,240 
287..906 



270,777 
282,272 
279,916 
282,056 
283,207 

285,972 
281,976 

289,228 

285,878 

285,973 

285,974 

272,210 

275,886 

276,002 

284.383 
276.670 
288,019 

276.356 
283,571 

274,910 

284,613 

286,907 

286,908 
272,829 
284,279 

270,392 
279,340 

283,572 
288,020 

275.591 

281,457 

290.400 
281,616 
289,009 
288,021 
286,389 
273.220 
276,134 
285,798 
271,222 

274,440 



272,857 

283,376 

283,208 
273,408 

272,652 
274.174 

270,745 
281,178 



Oct. 23 
Nov. 6 



May 1 
July 31 
June 26 
July 31 
Aug. 14 

Oct, 2 
July 24 

Nov. 27 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 2 

Feb. 13 

Apr. 17 

Apr. 17 

Sept. 4 
May 1 
Nov. 6 

Apr. 24 
Aug. 21 

Apr. 3 

Sept. 11 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Feb. 20 
Sept. 4 

Jan. 9 
June 12 

Aug. 21 
Nov. 6 

Apr. 10 

July 17 

Dec. 18 

July 17 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 6 

Oct. 9 

Feb. 27 

Apr. 17 

Oct. 2 

Jan. 30 

Mar. 20 



Feb. 27 

Aug. 21 

Aug. 14 
Mar. 6 

Feb. 20 
Mar. 20 
Jan. 16 
July 10 



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volume. 



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683 
1624 



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145 



323 
2451 
1609 
2165 

878 

242 
2064 

1792 

125 

243 

244 

775 

1333 

1461 

275 
162 

294 

1912 
1334 

21 

557 

1421 

1423 
1566 
151 

685 
915 

1336 
295 

940 

1402 

1277 

1599 

1G05 

296 

766 

2077 

1628 

19 

1723 

1536 



1026 



879 
296 

1350 
1196 
1142 
1039 



272.654 
282.107 

282,168 

283,861 
270,019 Jan. 



Feb. 20 I 1352 
July 31 j 2326 

July 31 j 2327 j [ jj** 

Aug. 28 1682 ! 475 



203 
455 



508 
43. 



074 
452 
594 
245 

68 
566 

496 

36 

69 

69 

214 

367 

403 



41 

83 

531 
372 

6 

158 

390 

391 

440 
42 

203 
255 

373 
83 

256 
385 

359 

437 
445 
83 
207 
•584 
449 
6 
499 

423 



455 
C 310 
1311 

245 
80 

379 

329 
327 

288 



227 



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25 



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24 
23 
24 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



65 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Cohen, Isaac S., et al. (See Prince, David, assignor.) 
Cohen, .Jacob S.. et al. (See Prince, David, assignor.) 
Cohen, Moses, Hallettsvillo, Tex. Fan attachment 

Cohlman. William, Philadelphia, Pa. Underground-telegraph line 

Cohlmnu. William. Philadelphia, Pa. Collar 

Colin. Julius M., New York, N. Y. Corset-clasp 

Colin. I alius II., New York. N. Y. Corset-clasp 

Colin. Oscar J., Xew York, N. Y. Pin-tag : 

Cobnen, Frank, assignor of one-half to H. Turner, Detroit, Mich. Machine for cleaning 
feathers and separating the down therefrom 

Coil. George, Ashley, Pa. Apparatus for upholstering cushioned seats 

Coit, Henry A. (Sec White. John E., assignor.) 

Colahan. Charles. (See Dickey, James H., assignor.) 

Colahan, Charles, Cleveland, Ohio. Harvester-rake 

Colahan, Charles. Cleveland, Ohio. Harvester 

Colahan, Samuel. Cleveland, Ohio. Neck-yoke holder 

Colbert, John, Mantua, N. J. Can-filling machine 

Colbert, Michael J. (See Melick and Colbert.) 

Colhnrn, Fuller & Co. (See Daggett, John C, assignor.) 

Colburn, George S., Gardner, Mass. Rattan-scraping machine 

Colburn, Henry J., assignor to himself and H. Baker, Toledo, Ohio. School-desk 

Colburn. Richard R., Ansonia, Conn. Paper box 

Colby, Caleb K.. Brooklyn. N. Y. Watch-pendant 

Colby, Charles C. (See Wiswell, Frederick A., assignor.) 

Colby, George H., Boston, Mass. Coupling attachment for locomotive-tenders 

Colby, John N., assignor of one-half to J. H. Amies, New London, Conn. Umbrella 

Colby, John N., assignor of one-half to J. H. Amies, New London, Conn. Combined um- 
brella and cane 

Colcord, Joseph L. (See Pettiner an* Colcord.) 

Colcord, Joseph W., Lynn, Mass. Bottle-tap , 

Colcord, Otis B.. Greenville, 111. Grain-elevator for harvesters 

Colcord, Samuel M., Dover, Mass. Method of and device for preserving ensilage in silos . 
Colditz, William, Rochelle, 111. Milk-skimming device 

Coldwell. Thomas and W. H., Newburg, N. Y. Machine for clipping hats, furs, &c 

Coldwell, Thomas and W. H.. Newburg, N. Y. Lawn-mower 

Coldwell. William H. (See Coldwell, Thomas and W. H.) 

Cole, Aaron, Fillmore, Mo. Curtain-fixture - 

Cole, Charles O., Las Vegas, N. Mex. Ter. Overalls 

Cole, David S., Columbus Junction, Iowa. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Cole, Henry. Denver, Colo. Device for exhibiting cards and samples 

Cole, Isaac* Newark, N. J. Wood-screw 

Colo, James, St. Louis, Mo. Smoking-pipe 

Cole, James, Dixon, Tvy. Destroying insects 

Cole. James W., Huntington, Mass. Car-coupling 

Cole, James W., Nashville, Tenn. Saw-table 

Colo, James W., assignor to himself and J. W. Hamilton, Boston, Mass. Button 

Cole, John 0., Portsmouth, Ohio. Printed blank, form, &c 

Cole, Perry F., et al. (See Reynolds, David R., assignor.) 

Cole, Seth, Alton, N. Y. Clod-crusher " 

Cob-. Shutnan M., Anamosa, Iowa. Measnring-pump 

Cole. Thomas Z.. assignor of one-half to L. G. and L. G. Jeffers, Jr., Kansas City, Mo.I 
Dredging-machine ' < 

Cole, Wesley, Menomonee, Wis. Vehicle-spring 

Cole, Wesley, Menomonee, Wis. Wagon-bolster spring 

Cole, Wesley, assignor to J. Gray, Menomonee, Wis. Sand-band 

Cole, Wesley, assignor to A. G. Anderson and S. A. Peterson, Menomonee, Wis. Sand- 
band for vehicles 

Cole, William E., Montgomery, Ala. Locomotive 

Cole. William R., Pottsville Pa. Combined hat and coat hanger and button-hook 

Colebrook, Cemer T., Islington, countv of Middlesex, England, assignor to himself and J. 
Rose. New York. N. Y. Ratchet-drill 

Coleman, Charles C, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Cane-planting machine 

Coleman, Charles C, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands. Double mold-board plow 

Coleman, Daniel J. (See McCloskey and Coleman.) 

Coleman, Hamilton D., New Orleans, La. Gage for dressing and truing millstones 

Coleman, John A., Providence, R. I. Machine for making horseshoe-nails 

Coleman, John A., Providence, R. I. Machine for making horseshoe-nails 

Coleman, Michael S., New York, N. Y. Mine-shaft elevator 

Coleman, Samuel T. J., et al. (See Clarke, John N., assignor.) 

Coleman, Theodore, New York, N. Y. Sofa-bedstead 

Coleman. William 0., Memphis, Tenn. Seed-cotton separator and cleaner 

Coleman, William O., Memphis, Tenn. Seed-cotton separator and cleaner 

Coleman, William O., Little Rock, Ark. Seed-cotton separator and cleaner 

Coleman, William 0.. Little Rock, Ark., assignor of one-half to S. Z. Hall Southern Cotton 
Gin Company. Cotton-gin feeder 

Coles, Herbert Z., Lake City. Minn. Combined dropper and check-row attachment , 

Colgan. Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lubricant for steam-cylinders 

Colhoun, James. (See Metzler and Bun-ell. assignors.) 

Collamore, John H. (See Humans. William, assignor.) 

Collamore. Robert G. S., Boston, Mass. Door check 

Collard. John P., et al. (See Ruggles, Robert B., assignor.) 

Collard, Richard M., assignor to J. Reckendorfer, New York, N. Y. Combined pen and 
pencil 

Collard, Richard M., assignor to L. W. Fairchild, New York. N. Y. Pencil-case 

Collard, Richard M., assignor to L. W. Fairchild, New York, N. Y. Cigar-perforator 

Collender, Hugh W., New York, N. Y. Billiard-table cushion , 

5 PAT 









Monthly 
volume. 


Official 

Gazette. 


No. 


Date. 










a 
Pi 

m 


Ml 

A 




6 
Ml 
c3 


270,020 


Jan. 


2 


228 


66 


23 


47 


277,007 


May 


8 


020 


(102 

\ 163 

508 

83 

84 

408 


^23 


1738 


267,241 
268,022 
28^,023 
290,537 


Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 


23 
6 
6 

18 


1858 
297 
297 

1476 


25 
25 
25 
25 


355 

558 

558 

1162 


270,180 
280,911 


Jan. 

July 


2 
10 


413 
705 


120 
198 


23 

24 


84 
131 


284,723 
285,464 
288,024 
286,782 


Sept. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Oct. 


11 

25 

6 

16 


698 
1599 

298 
1261 


196 

449 

84 

341 


24 

24 

' 25 

25 


1028 
1200 
558 
243 


277,235 
277.545 
283,209 
287,001 


May 
May 
Aug. 
Oct. 


8 
15 
14 
23 


902 
1275 

880 
1544 


240 
342 
245 
425 


23 
23 
24 
25 


1787 
1857 
664 
298 


288,209 
289,229 


Nov. 
Nov. 


13 

27 


518 
1793 


144 
496 


25 

25 


607 
846 


289,230 


Nov. 


27 


1794 


497 


25 


846 


280,798 


July 


10 


579 


(161 

\ 162 

494 

5 

380 


1 24 


109 


277,993 
280,352 
272,655 


May 
July 
Feb. 


22 

3 

20 


1808 

10 

1354 


23 
24 
23 


1956 

5 

692 


271,423 


Jan. 


30 


1979 


(5,1 
}572 

81 


£ 23 


397 


273,469 


Mar. 


6 


297 


23 


884 


282,846 
278,313 
289,070 
277,681 
288,923 
273,709 
277,008 
275,754 
279,341 
277,886 


Aug. 7 
May 29 
Nov. 27 
May 15 
Nov. 20 
Mar! 13 
May 8 
Apr. 10 
June 12 
May 22 


445 
2235 
1606 
1436 
1418 

603 

621 
1158 

915 
1680 


125 
613 
445 
387 
391 
162 

318 

255 
458 


24 
23 
25 
23 
25 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 


579 

2038 

811 

1884 

771 

945 

1738 

1432 

2288 

1934 


289,892 


Dec. 


11 


653 


Clbl 
t 182 


}25 


1007 


281,021 
270,021 

277,236 

286,532 
290,860 

274,885 


July 
Jan. 

May 

Oct. 
Dec. 
Mar. 


10 
2 

8 

9 
25 

22 


840 
229 

904 

938 

1893 
2103 


233 

67 

(241 

<242 

(243 

252 

522 

585 


24 
23 

£23 

25 

25 
23 


156 
47 

1787 

181 
1242 
1219 


287,364 
277,994 
270,889 


Oct. 

May 
Jan. 


23 
22 
23 


2003 
1809 
1313 


546 
494 
379 


25 
23 
23 


382 

1956 
276 


285,733 

279,709 
284,820 


Sept. 25 
June 19 
Sept. 11 


1928 

1361 

816 


547 
379 
227 


24 
23 
24 


1261 
2370 
1049 


275,024 


Apr. 


3 


191 


51 


23 


1258 


286,390 


Oct. 


9 


768 


(207 
)208 


J25 


150 


286,391 


Oct. 


9 


770 


(208 
}209 


l« 


150 


289,231 


Nov. 


27 


1795 


497 


25 


846 


283,210 
276,401 
281,671 


Aug. 
May 
July 


14 
29 
24 


881 
2349 
1673 


246 
642 
456 


24 
23 
24 


664 

2059 

310 


282,057 


July 


31 


2166 


(594 
\ 595 


J24 


401 


278,402 
271,793 
280,134 


May 29 
Feb. 6 
June 26 


2351 
252 
1871 


643 
70 


23 
23 
23 


2059 

484 

2466 


272,531 


Feb. 


20 


1196 


333 


23 


664 


270,746 
287,907 
288,210 
275,592 


Jan. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Apr. 


16 

13 

in 


1144 
146 
519 
942 


387 

43 

144 

256 


23 
25 
25 
23 


238 

533 

607 

1396 



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INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED PROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Collender, Hugh W. , New York, N. Y. Billiard-table cushion 

Coller, Charles AV., Hannibal, Mo. Car-door 

Coller, Charles W. , Hannibal, Mo. Car-axle bos 

Colliau Furnace Company. (See Colliau, Victor, assignor.) 

Colliau, Victor, assignor to Colliau Furnace Company, Detroit, Mich. Furnace for reduc- 
ing ores 

Collier, James M., Atlanta, Ga. Grinding-mill 

Collier, William G., Merced, Cal. "Weighing-scale 

Collier, William H. (See Wiswall and Collier.) 

Collignon, Adam, Westwood, N. J. Folding chair 

Collin, Albert, Rouen, France. Extensible receptacle 

Collin, John B. , Altoona, Pa. Sanding device for locomotives 

Collin, John B., Altoona, Pa. Stand-pipe 

Collin, John B. , Altoona, Pa. Sanding device for locomotives 

Collin, John B., Altoona, Pa. Supplying locomotives with coal. (Keissue) 

Collin, Simon C, Braddock, Pa. Ingot-buggy 

Collinge, Edward. (See Collinge, Richard S., E., and R.) 

Collinge, Richard S., E., and E., Oldham, county of Lancaster, England. Shedding mech- 
anism for looms - 

Collinge, Eobert. (See Collinge, Eichard S., E.. and E.) 

Collings, Edward Z., Camden, N. J., and C. F. Pike, Philadelphia, Pa. Sewer-inlet 

Coltings, Edward Z., Camden, N. J., and C. F. Pike, Philadelphia, Pa. Sewer-inlet 

Collings, Edward Z., Camden, N. J., and C. F. Pike, Philadelphia, Pa. Sewer-inlet 

Collings, Edward Z., Camden, N. J., and C. F. Pike, Philadelphia, Pa. Sewer-flushing de- 
vice 

Collings, Edward Z., assignor to National Anti-Sewer Gas Company, Camden, N. J. De- 
odorizing and disinfecting water-closets, &c 

Collings, Edward Z., Camden, N. J., and C. F. Pike, Philadelphia, Pa. Refrigerator-car . 

Collings, William, assignor of three- fourths to J. Yeager, J. W. McClellen, and J. Keating, 
Afton, Iowa. Apparatus for generating and carbureting hydrogen gas : 

Collins, Alfred, et al. (See Wright, Charles A., assignor.) 

Collins, Bernard, Kennerdell, Pa. Automatic high Und low water indicator for steam- 
boilers 

Collins, Charles, Chicago, HI. Wire-coupling. 

Collins, Charles P., San Marcos, Tex. Cotton-picker's wagon 

Collins, Charles E., assignor of one-third to J. Schrack, Lafayette, Ind. Eailway-signal . . 

Collins, Eli A. (See Bowman, John W., assignor.) 

Collins, Erasmus B., assignor to E. Mize, Chicago, HI. Process of and compound for ren- 
dering cloth impervious to water 

Collins, Eugene F., North Anson, Me. Wash-stand 

Collins, George, La Grange, Iowa. Hog-nose ring 

Collins, Henry H, et al. (See Wright, Charles A., assignor.) 

Collins, James, Crawfordsville, Ind. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Collins, John, Gloucester, Mass. Towing-boat 

Collins, John W., St. Louis, Mo. Cultivator •. 

Collins, John W., Chicago, HI. Reduction machine 

Collins, Joseph H., Jr. (See Granger and Collins.) 

Collins, Joseph H., Jr., and A. 0. Granger, Philadelphia, Pa. Process of and apparatus 
for manufacturing gas .' 

Collins, M. Grier, assignor of one-half to J. W. Lilley and F. Siegel, Jr., Columbus, Ohio. 
Flameless lamp 

Collins, Michael, Pittsfield, Mass. Fire-escape - 

Collins, Morris A., Gainesville, Tex. Boot-scraper 

Collins, Oliver D., Snow Hill, Md. Cartridge-pouch 

Collins, Eobert M. (See Green John, assignor.) 

Collins, Stephen, Huntsville, Ala. Churn 

Collins, William, Syracuse, N. Y. Machine for finishing metallic pipes 

Collis, John, Des Moines, Iowa. Steam-trap and boiler-feeder 

Collis, John, Des Moines, Iowa. Steam-radiator 

Collmann, C. 0., et al. (See field, August S., assignor.) 

Collraann, Claas O., et al. (Seo Tobias, Cyrus, assignor.) 

Collyer, William C, assignor of one-fourth to C. A.'Chase, Lynn, Mass. Station-indicator 

Coloney, Myron. (See McLean and Coloney.) 

Coloney, Myron, New Haven, Conn., assignor to J. H. McLean, St. Louis, Mo. Magazine- 
gun 

Colony, Charles W., Sandy Creek, N. Y. Device for converting motion 

Oolquhoun, Sutherland G., Edinburgh, Scotland. Brake for railways 

Colt, James B., assignor of one-half to S. C. Thompson, New York, N. Y. Device for focus- 
ing lenses : 

Colton, Albert B., assignor of one-half to R. Hamilton, Franklin, Ind. Stub-axle for trucks 

Colton. William L., et al. (See Schermerhorn, Herschel A., assignor.) 

Colts Patent Fire- Arms Manufacturing Company. (See Brewer, Eoland L., assignor.) 

Colvin, Charles W., Wilkes-Barr6, Pa. Mining-machine 

Colvin, Frederick J., Hamden, Conn. Screwdriver 

Colvin, Henry F., Philadelphia, Pa. Injector 

Colvin, Orson, assignor to J. Bauer, Schoolcraft, Mich. Lubricating apparatus 

Colvin, Orson, assignor to W. T. Smith and W. Fauckboner, Schoolcraft, Mich. Clothes- 
pounder . 

Colwell, A. W. (See Clarke, John J., assignor.) 

Colwell, William S., Pittsburg, Pa. Method of and apparatus for obtaining a high press- 
ure motor lrom low pressure of steam in street mains and branches 

Combs, Abraham F., Long Lane, Mo. Bee-hive ., 

Combs, Charles R. (See Baggott, James E., assignor.) 

Comee, George W. and S. S., Waseca, Minn. Burial-casket 

Comee, Samuel S (Seo Comee, George W. and S. S.) 

Comings, William R. (Seo Jackson and Austin, assignors.) 

Comins, Charles S., Concord, N. H. Folding crib 

Comins. Charles S., Concord, N. H. Folding crib 

Comins, Charles S., Concord, N. H. Child's crib , 

Commander. Miles, Elizabeth City, N. C. Sash-holder 

Commeans, William, Lilly Chapel, Ohio. Combined pulverizer and grader 



275.593 
274,107 
279,342 



284,384 
270,747 

281,753 

282,273 

273,030 

271,039 
271,195 
272,414 
10,417 
281,022 

286,783 

274,405 
274,466 
275,802 

275,803 

276,357 
285«394 

282,169 



271,794 
278,097 
276,778 
270,205 



285.734 
273,710 
273,960 

281.023 
283,573 

276,160 

290,208 

276,562 

277,682 
282.703 
287,242 
287,804 

278.098 
273,258 
270,638 
290,665 



288,162 



282,499 
289,622 
276,358 

288,025 
289,752 



282,274 
279,917 
284,614 
277,410 

271,602 



274.175 
275,328 

281,024 



274,467 
279,134 
286,686 
286.909 
284,946 



Apr. 10 
Mar. 20 
June 12 



Sept. 4 

Jan. 16 

July 24 

July 31 

Feb. 27 

Jan. 23 

Jan. 23 

Feb. 20 

Dec. 4 

July 10 



Oct. 16 

Mar. 27 
Mar. 27 
Apr. 17 

Apr. 17 

Apr. 24 
Sept. 25 

July 31 



Feb. 6 
May 22 
May 1 
Jan. 9 



Sept. 25 
Mar. 13 
Mar. 13 

July 10 
Aug. 21 

Apr. 24 

Dec. 18 



May 1 

May 15 
Aug. 7 
Oct. 23 
Nov. 6 

May 22 
Mar. 6 
Jan. 16 
Dec. 25 



Nov. 6 



Aug. 7 
Dec. 4 
Apr. 24 

Nov. 6 
Dee. 4 



July 31 
June 26 
Sept. 11 
May 8 

Feb. 6 



Mar. 20 
Apr. 3 

July 10 



Mar. 27 
June 12 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 
Sept. 11 



944 
1111 
916 



276 
1145 

1783 



2452 

1835 

1494 

1690 

1049 

523 

842 

1262 

1577 
1578 
1231 

1232 

1914 
1516 

2328 



253 
1929 
325 
449 



1930 
603 
922 

843 
1336 

1662 

1033 



20 

1437 

287 

1859 

18 

1930 

18 

1003 

1641 



453 



27 

308 

1915 

299 

478 



2452 
1610 
558 
1105 

24 



1196 
567 



8-14 



1580 

667 

1144 

1425 

963 



256 
306 
256 



77 

328 

(485 

i486 

675 
C513 
i 514 

431 
488 
294 
144 
234 



342 

433 
433 
337 

337 

531 
427 

642 



70 
529 

84 
131 



162 
253 



234 
373 



C45 

\ 45 



459 
291 



387 

80 

508 

6 

529 

6 

289 

452 



127 



86 
531 



84 
135 



675 
452 
158 
297 



329 
154 



234 



433 
183 
308 
391 
270 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 



67 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, aud invention. 



No. 



Bate. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 

Gazette. 



Commercial Telegram Company. (See Field, Stephen D., assignor.) 
Compagnie Generalo de Salubrite. (See Berlier, Jean B., assignor.) 
Compton, Charles W, Newark, N. J. Trimming for burial-caskets. . 

Compton, William A., Liberty Corner, N. J. Sleigh 

Comstock, Charles, Racine, Wis. Platform-spring connection 

Comstock, Charles, Racine, Wis. Wagon-body. (Reissue) 

Comstock, Charles, Racine, Wis. Vehicle-pole 

Comstock, Charles, Racine, Wis. Filth-wheel for vehicles 



Comstock, Chester, New Canaan, Conn. Kotary pump 

Comstock. Edwin M. (See Comstock, Sabastian and E. M.) 

Comstock, Francis M., Keokuk, Iowa. Fence-making machine 

Comstock, Francis IT., and G. Q. Adams, Keokuk, Iowa. Fence-picket 

Comstock, Francis M., and G-. Q. Adams, Keokuk, Iowa. Fence 

Comstock, Frank A., Columbus, Ohio. Vehicle-seat 

Comstock, Frank A., Columbus, Ohio. Vehicle-seat 

Comstock, Harry. Fulton, N. V. Artificial bait 

Comstock, Isaac D., Adrian, Mich. Chair-seat 

Comstock, Isaac D., Adrian, Mich. Chair-seat 

Comstock, Moilin. Los Angeles, Cal. Saddle 

Comstock, Oscar F. (See Blacktuer, Walter M., assignor.) 

Conistock, Sabastian and E. M., Cascade Valley, N. Y. Oiler for carriage-axles 

Comstock, William P., Jr., Pawtucket, R. I. Railway-chair 

Conaut, George 1'., Geneva Lake, Wis. Combined compasses and calipers 

Conant, George P., assignor of one-half to J. F. Conant, Geneva Lake, Wis. Spacing-in- 
strument for drawing 

Conant, John F. (See Conant, George P., assignor.) 

Conant, King E., Spring City, Tenn. Saw-swage 

Conbov, Daniel, TJxbridge, Ontario, Canada. Carriage-top 

Concher, J. W. (See Burnett, John M-, assignor.) 

Conde, James B., Spring City, and H. C. Marshall, Philadelphia, Pa. Stove-door hinge. . . 

Coudict, Nathan W., Jr., Jersey City, N. J. Stamping machinery 



Balanced slide-valve 

Dumping-car 

Steam stamp or hammer . 



Condict, Nathan W., Jr., Jersey City, N. J. 
Coudict, Nathan AY, Jr., Jersey City, N. J. 

Condict, Nathan W., Jr., Jersey City, N. J. 

Condict, Nathan W., Jr., Jersey City, N. J. Steam stamp or hammer 

Condict, Nathan W., Jr., Jersey City, N. J. Steam stamp or hammer 

Condon William F.. East Saginaw, Mich. Safety car heater and ventilator 

Cone, Norris H. (See Clark and Cone.) 

Cone, Thomas L., Brest, Mo. Riding-harrow 

Congdon. Isaac H., Omaha, Nehr. Valve-seat for steam-engines 

Conger, Alfred, Elizabeth, N. J. Undershirt. (Reissue) 

Cou'kov, Edward L., assignor to C. A. Shaw, Boston, Mass. Center-rest for lathes 

Conkliu, Calvin W.. et al. (See Taber, Franklin P., assignor.) 

Conklin, Edward, Channahon, Dl. Double-acting outward-pulling weather-strip 

Conklin, Elgin L., Corning, N. V. Apparatus for feeding flour to holting-reels 

Conklin, Joseph I., Jr., New York, N. Y. Electric alarm-clock 

Conklin, Theodore F., Fond du Lac, Wis. Road-cart 

Conklin, Theodore F..assignorof one half toF. A. Knapp, Fond du Lac, Wis. Box-fastener. 

Conkling, Theodore G., Logansport, Ind. Implement for shocking Lndian-corn and other) 
grain j 

Coulan, James B.. Richburg, N. Y. Belt-tightener 

Conley, William R., Fairgrove, Mich. Hay-rack 

Conlon, John G., and S. R. Dyer, New Orleans, La. Machine for ejecting oil 

Conly, Mahlon S., assignor of one-half to W. M. Cronyn, Indianapolis, Dad. Magneto-elec- 
tric generator 

Conneely, Peter D., Horseheads, N. Y. Lid for pots and other vessels 

Connell, David, Wilmington, Del. Car- wheel 

Connell. John, and V. Dengler, Rochester, N. Y. . Segment-saw 

Connelly, Mai tin J. (See Thayer and Connelly.) 

Connelly, William E., Wedowee, Ala. Jlillskie-plow 

Conner, Albert C, assignor to Hoosier Drill Company, Richmond, Ind. Grain-drill 

Conner, Andrew J., Louisville, Ky. Machine for preparing tin plates for roofing 

Conner, Charles, New York. N. Y. Wire wrapping or covering machine 

Conner, Ezra F., assignor of one-half to 0. P. Schriver, Greensburg, Ind. Two-wheeled 
vehicle 



Conner, Marcus W., et al. (See Shields, Francis M., assignor.) 

Conner, Ovid W., Wabash, Ind. Hose-exhibitor 

Conner. SanfordE., and J. P. Finch, Vinton, Iowa. Harvester-cutter "... 

Conner, William, Missouri Valley, Iowa. Sash-holder 

Conuett, Matthew F., Petersburg, HI. Grain-drill 

Connolly, Charles, Turner's Falls, Mass. Fire-escape 

Connolly, Julia. (See Connolly, Patrick, assignor.) 
Connolly, Julia. (See Connolly, Patrick, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Connolly, Julia. (Sec Sullivan, John F., assignor.) 

Connolly, M. Daniel, Philadelphia, Pa. Protector for telegraphic and telephonic instru- 
ments 



Connolly, M. Daniel, Philadelphia, Pa. Protector for telegraphic and telephonic instru- 
ments 

Connolly, M. Daniel, Philadelphia, Pa. Protector for telegraphic and telephonic instru- 
ments 



Connolly, M. Daniel, Philadelphia, Pa., and T. A. Connolly, Washington, D. C. Protector 
for electrical instruments 

Connolly, Patrick, Brooklyn, N. Y. Locking valves 

Connolly, Patrick, Brooklyn, N. Y. Stationary wash-stand 

Connolly, Patrick, assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. Connolly, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wa- 
ter-closet pan 

Connolly, Patrick, assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. Connolly, Brooklyn, K. Y. 
Plumber's trap 

Connolly, Patrick, assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. Connolly, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Plumber's trap. (Reissue) 



285,114 
280,784 
274,277 
10,308 
279,710 
279,711 

283,377 

284,385 
28(3,392 
280,785 
279,037 
280,178 
271,424 
270,748 
270,749 
288,020 

284,380 
290,209 
288,103 

290,210 

284,185 
277,110 

282,170 

275,355 

275,350 
275,357 

275,358 

275,359 

275,360 
277,540 

289,232 

282,058 

10,378 

285,115 

277,887 
287,097 
270,039 
271,223 
284,615 

285,395 

282,500 
279,343 
290,861 

285,799 
270,359 
287,029 
279,344 

275,594 
282,847 
270.022 
278,099 

274,722 

275,887 
275,595 
281,458 
289,893 
288,411 



279,712 

279,714 

279,715 

279,713 
280,912 
283,699 

237,668 

277,888 

10,333 



Sept. 18 
Oct. 10 
Mar. 20 
Apr. 10 
Juno 19 
Juno 19 

Aug. 21 



Sept. 4 
Oct. 9 
Oct. 16 
June 19 
Oct. 9 
Jan. 30 
Jan. 16 
Jan. 16 
Nov. 6 

Sept. 4 
Dec. 18 
Nov. 6 

Dec. 18 

Sept. 4 

May 8 

July 31 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 
Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 
May 15 

Nov. 27 
July 31 
Sept. 4 
Sept. 18 

May 22 
Oct. 23 
Jan. 16 
Jan. 30 
Sept. 11 

Sept. 25 

Aug. 7 
June 12 
Dec. 25 

Oct. 2 
Apr. 24 
Oct. 30 
June 12 

Apr. 10 
Aug. 7 
Jan. 2 
May 22 

Mar. 27 

Apr. 17 
Apr. 10 
July 17 
Dec. 11 
Nov. 13 



June 19 

June 19 

June 19 

June 19 
July 10 
Aug. 21 

Mar. 6 

May 22 

May 29 



1183 
1203 
1328 
1211 
1302 
1363 

1104 



278 

773 
1205 
1278 

489 
1982 
1147 
1148 

299 

280 
1035 
455 

1036 

33 
765 



331 
342 

300 
332 
380 
380 
(311 
(312 

77,78 
209 
342 
355 
135 
572 
328 
328 
84 

78 
291 
127 

292 

8,9 

201 



2329 642 
638 [™ 



639 


171 


640 1 


171 


641 


cm 


642 


(172 
(173 


645 


173 


1276 


342 


1796 


497 


2168 


595 


523 


147 


1184 


332 


1681 


458 


1669 


458 


1004 


200 


1724 


499 


559 


158 


1518 


(427 
(428 


29 


8 


917 


250 


1894 


523 


21 


7 


1910 


531 


2358 


036 


918 


256 


945 


257 


446 


126 


230 


67 


1931 


530 


1902 


531 


1333 


367 


946 


257 


1403 


385 


654 


182 


792 


215 


1364 


380 


1366 


381 


1367 


381 


1365 


381 


.706 


190 


1478 


416 


548 


140 


1682 


459 


2682 


734 



24 
25 
23 
23 
23 
23 



24 
25 
25 
23 
25 
23 
23 
23 
25 

24 
25 
25 

25 

24 
23 

24 

[23 

23 
23 

|23 

I" 

23 
23 

25 
24 
24 
24 

23 
25 
23 
23 
24 



21 
23 
25 

25 

2:( 
25 
23 

23 
24 
23 
23 

23 

23 
23 
24 
25 
25 



23 

23 

23 

23 
24 
24 

23 

23 

23 



68 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Connolly, Thomas A. (See Connolly, M. Daniel and T. A.) 

Connor, George H. , Columbus, Kans. Gearing tor operating washing-machines, churns, &c . 

Connor, John R. , Franklin, Pa. Riveting-machine 

Connor, Laurence, Fox Lake, Wis. Corn-hoe 

Connor. Simon P., St. Helena., Cal. Bung-bottle 

Conover, Charles E., et al. (See Erlanger, Charles, assignor.) 

Conover, Gordon S., Freehold, N. J. Car-coupling 

Conover, Jacob A., New York, N. T., assignor to A. P. Childs, Washington, D. C. Former 

for table-frames - 

Conover, Stephen B., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for drying or cleaning tobacco and 

other materials 

Conrad, Eugene T., Cadillac, Mich. Balanced slide-valve 

Conrad, James B., Smith's Mills, Pa. Belt-fastener 

Conrad, Osborn, Philadelphia, Pa. Burglar-alarm 

Conradson, Conrad M., assignor of one-half to J. A. Johnson, Madison, Wis. Wind-motor. 

Conroy, John M., and F. E. Youngs, Allegheny, Pa. Glass mirror 

Conroy, John M., and F. E. Youngs, Allegheny, Pa. Coating the backs of silvered mirrors 

Conroy, Thomas J., et, al. (See Palmer, George H., assignor.) 

Consolidated Safety Yalve Company. (See Richardson, George W., assignor.) 

Contancin, Gustavus J., J. M. Scott, and J. Stumpff, Blue Mound, HI. Cornstalk-cutter. . 

Continental Cash Car Company. (See Clark, Milron, assignor.) 

Continental Cash Car Company. (See Elliott, Gilbert P., assignor.) 

Continental Cash Car Company. (See Hinton, Joseph E. H., assignor.) 

Converse, Edmund, et al. (See Bennett, John H., assignor.) 

Converse, Edmund C. (See Pussell and Gordon, assignors.) 

Converse, Edmund C, Pittsburg, Pa. Tube-coupling 

Tube-coupling 

Tube-coupling 

Tube-coupling 

Flange-joint for thin-metal tubing 

Fire-escape ladder 



Converse, Edmund C, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Converse, Edmund C, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Converse, Edmund C, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Converse, Edmund C. Pittsburg, Pa. 

Converse, Elmer A., Monticello, Ohio. 

Converse, George W, Spokane Falls, Wash. Ter7 Water-wheel 

Converse, John H., et al. (See Wilder and Parry, assignors.) 

Converse, Morton E., Winchendon, Mass. Toy building 

Conway, George M. , Milwaukee, Wis. Pump 

Conway, John, London, Ohio. Grain-drill 

Conway, John C. (See Watson, John, assignor.) 

Conway, Michael L., assignor of two-eighths to J. Broderick and J. A. Hamilton, San 

Francisco, Cal. Lubricator 

Cpnway, William M., Baltimore, Md. Sheet-metal vessel 

Conweil, Thomas E. (See Cooper and Conwell.) 
Cook, Alexander. (See Macann, Crowell S., assignor.) 

Cook, Augustine, Salisbury, Md. Dredging-machine 

Cook, Charles A., et al. (See Preston, James, assignor.) 
Cook, Charles E., et al. (See Hayes, William, Jr., assignor.) 
Cook, Charles R , et al. (See Olson, Peter J., assignor.) 
Cook, Christian. (See Pons, John, assignor.) 
Cook, Daniel. (See Parsons and Borcbardt, assignors.) 

Cook, Emmanuel T., Chico, Tex. Stalk-cutter 

Cook, Emmanuel T., assignor of one-half to D. R. Burroughs, Alexander, Tex. Boot and 

shoe box 

Cook, Frank, Clemm/msville, N. C. Yegetable and fruit drying apparatus 

Cook, Frederic, New Orleans, La. Open evaporator and furnace for cane-juice 

Cook, Frederic, New Orleans, La. Cane-juice evaporator 

Cook, George W. (See Gaffey and Cook.) 

Cook, George W., Chicago, 111. Elevated railway 

Cook, George W., Chicago, 111. Pipe-wrench 

Cook, George W., Chicago, III. Hammer 

Cook, George W., Chicago, HI., assignor to J. M. Mclntyre, Milwaukee, Wis. 
holder . 



Paper-bag 



Cook, George W., assignor to J. H. Eeese, Chicago, 111. Razor-strop 

Cook, George W. F. (See Price and Cook.) 

Cook, Gideon G. (See Emerson and Cook.) 

Cook, Gideon G., Humboldt. Iowa. Automatic cord or twine elevator or holder 

Cook, Henry, Leadville, Colo. Amalgamator 

Cook, I^nac N. (See McLane, Samuel B., assignor.) 

Cook, Isaac N., et al. (See Hall, Thomas G., assignor.) 

Cook, Jacob M., and J. S. Perkins, Lake Village, N. H. ; said Cook assignor to said Per-< 
kins. Planing-machine J 

Cook, James H., Lone Pine, Cal. Animal-trap 

Cook, James W., Moravia, N. Y., assignor of one-half to E. E. Brown, Lincoln, Nebr. Po- 
tato-digger. 

Cook, James W., assignor of one-half to W. S. Parker, Moravia, N. Y. Combined planter 
and fertilizer-distributer 

Cook, James W., assignor of one-half to W. S. Parker, Moravia, N. Y. Cultivator 

Cook, John A. (See Curtis and Cook.) 

Cook, John E. (See Shrieves and Cook.) 

Cook, John J.. East Springfield, N. Y. Wire-stretcher 

Cook, John W., et al. (See Payne, Newton W., assignor.) 

Cook, Joseph. (See Grimmett and Cook.) 

Cook, Joseph A., el al. (See Taber, Franklin P., assignor.) 

Cook, Joseph A., Auburn, N. Y. Apparatus for the manufacture of sugar, salt. &c 

Cook, Joseph A . , Auburn, N. Y. Apparatus for obtaining brine from salt-beds 

Cook, Levi G., Mapleville, R. I. Hydropneumatic engine 

Cook, Levi G., Mapleville, R.I. Hydropneumatic engine 

Cook, Lyman A. (See Crapon, William H., assignor.) 

Cook, Lyman A., et al. (See Sloper, Byron, assignor.) 

Cook, Mansfield J. and 0. L., and F. R. Smith ; said Smith assignor to said Mansfield J. and 
0. L. Cook, Syracuse, N. Y. Fire-escape 

Cook, Moses, Ashfield, Mass. Folding table 

Cook, Orange L. (See Cook and Smith.) 

Cook, Sheldon P., Minneapolis, Minn. Grain cooler and drier 



No. 



271,795 
287,630 
274,108 
287,908 

273,818 

289,623 

275,596 
273,961 
279,716 
289,624 
283,079 
290,744 
290,745 

281,025 



283,971 
283,972 
283,973 
283,974 
283,975 
271,796 
281,459 

271,603 
273,962 
284,186 



285,465 
287,243 

287,631 



281,460 

288,924 
281,838 

276,161 

280,293 

271,425 

283,378 
283,379 

273,963 
283,862 



272,211 
277,889 



274,886 
281,461 

277,461 

290,538 
290,539 

287,244 



277,833 
287,909 
271,040 
272,656 



287,365 
283,211 

271,604 



Date. 



Feb. 6 

Oct. 30 

Mar. 20 

Nov. 6 

Mar. 13 

Dec. 4 

Apr. 10 

Mar. 13 

June 19 

Dec. 4 

Aug. 14 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 25 

July 10 



Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 
Feb. 6 
July 17 

Feb. 6 
Mar. 13 
Sept. 4 



Sept. 25 
Oct. 23 



Oct. 30 



July 17 



Nov. 20 


1419 


July 24 


1895 


Apr. 24 


1663 


June 26 


2059 


Jan. 30 


1983 



Aug. 21 
Aug. 21 



Mar. 13 
Aug. 28 



Feb. 13 
May 22 



Mar. 27 
July 17 

May 15 

Dec. 18 
Dec. 18 

Oct. 23 



May 15 
Nov. 6 
Jan. 23 
Feb. 20 



Oct, 23 
Aug. 14 



Feb. 6 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



254 
2359 
1111 

147 

753 

310 

947 
922 
1368 
311 
721 
1754 
1755 



845 



1816 
1818 
1820 
1821 
1822 
254 
1403 

25 

923 

34 



1601 
1859 



2300 



1404 



1106 
1107 



924 
1C83 



770 
1084 



2103 
1405 

1176 

1477 
1478 

1860 



1008 

149 

1495 

1355 



2004 
882 



25 



71 
636 
306 

43 

204 

86,87 

257 
253 
382 

87 
202 
484 



235 



513 
514 
514 
514 
514 
71 
385 



253 
9 



449 
509 



637 



386 

391 

517 
(459 
HC0 

579 

C 572 

$573 

312 

312 

254 
475 



215 
459 



C585 

$586 

386 

316 

408 
408 



509 



439 

44 

431 

380 



546 
246 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



69 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Cook &, Sons, William. (See McCulloch anil Cook, assignors.) 

Cook, Stephen V., Toledo, Ohio. Coal-elevator 

Cook, Thomas A. (See Millen. Manlion. Lahelle, and Cook.) 

Cook, Thomas A., Ottawa, Ontario, and F. Lahelle, Hull, Quehec, Canada. Match-dipping 

machine 

Cook, Thomas G., assignor of one-half to J. W. Mann, Brockville, Ontario, Canada. Sulky- 



harrow . 



Cook, Warren, Allegheny city. Pa. Pick 

Cook, William. (See McCulloeh and Cook.) 

Cooke, Daniel S., Providence, P. I. Fan 

Cooke & Eddy. (See Spencer. Edward H., Jr.. assignor.) ' ■ 

Cooke, Frederic D., West Brooklield, Mass. Corset 

Cooke, FredericD., assignor to C. L. Olmstead, West Brooklield, Mass. Corset 

Cooke, Henry I)., el al. (See Wiard, Norman, assignor.) 

Cooke. Henry P., et al. (See Gearing, Charles, assignor.) 

Cooke, John T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Package for coffee and other materials 

Cooke, William A.. Jr., New York, X. Y. Letter and invoice file 

Cooke, William P., Milford, Mass.. assignor to New England Dental Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Porl land, Me. Abrasive disk-holding spindle for dental engines 

Cooksou, Norman C, Newcastle upon Tyne, county of Northumberland, England. Elec- 
trode for secondary batteries ' 

Cool, Peter, Manhattan. Kans. Weather-strip 

Cooley, Dunne B., assignor of one-half to J. O. Bates, Yankton, Dak. Ter. Pad-screw ... 

Cooley, Earl K.. San Francisco, Cal. Insole for boots and shoes 

Cooley, Joshua S. (See Chedister, AVintield S., assignor.) 

Cooley, Linns B. . Middletowu, Conn. Pump 

Cooley, Orville, assignor to Johnston Harvester Company, Brockport, N. Y. Harvester- 
rake 

Coolidge, Ellerv ('.. assignor to American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. Bind- 
ing-screw for elec trie wires 

Coomans, Felix A.. Philadelphia. Pa. Marine velocipede 

Coomber, George F., Kansas City, Mo. Faucet 

Coomber, George F.. Kansas City, Mo. Sink 

Coonibes, Joseph A.. New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to J. Henderson, Baltimore, 
lid. Ore .separator 

Coombs, Henry F.. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Butter-tub 

Coombs, John M., Fort Wavne, Ind. Wa .ion-axle 

Coombs, Robert H.. Belfast, Me. Roller-skate 

Coon, George C Jersey City, N. J. Machine for wiring corks in bottles 

Coon, James H.. Des Moines, Iowa. Lightning-conductor , 



Coon, James H.. Des Moines, Iowa. AYire-barbing machine 

Cooney, Patrick H.. San Francisco. Cal. Safety-fender for cars 

Coons! Nelson, Elizaville. N. Y. Adjustable ladder 

Cooper, Arthur, Middlesborough, county of York, England. Metal- working plant 

Cooper, Charles A., Pittsburg. Pa. Railway pneumatic switch and electric indicator 

Cooper, Charles B., Nashville, Tenn. Sheet-metal roof-valley 

Cooper. Daniel M., assignor of two-thirds to S. A. Cooper and S. A. Harris, New Castle, 

Ind. Pump ." 

Cooper, David T.. Plainfield. Ind. Hog-cholera remedy 

Cooper, Earl H., Winters, Cal. Draft-equalizer 

Cooper, Edward. (See tJlsmann, Hermann, assignor.) 

Cooper, Edward A., assignor of one-half to E. P. Se.v s. Buffalo, N. Y. Coach-pad plate . . 

Cooper, Edward A., assignor of one-fourth toO. P. Letch worth, Buffalo, N. Y. Halter 

Cooper, Edward A., assignor of one-fourth to 0. P. Letchworth, Buffalo, N. Y. Halter-trim- 



Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
peller . 



Edward F. (See Shaffer, Joseph, assignor.) 
Ella G. H. (See Cooper, George L. and E. G. H.) 

Francis R., and J. Lemnion, Colerain, Ohio. Plow. (Reissue) 

George, Greenwood Iron Works, N. Y. Knob 

George D., Shepardsville, Mich. Combined cider mill and press 

G eorge L. and E. G. H., Albany, N. Y. Moth-proof receptacle 

Glen W. (See Maloney, James A., assignor.) 
Harriet C. (See Cooper, Joseph C assignor.) 

Isaac W. , Apollo, Pa. Sheet and plate roll 

John W.. Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to W. H. Miller, Boston, Mass. Lamp-top . 
John W., Philadelphia. Pa., assignor to J. B. Loomis, Boston, Mass. Boat-pro- 



Cooper, Jonas. Washington, D. C. Shutter and fastening therefor 

Cooper, Joseph C, assignor to H. C. Cooper, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fuel composition 

Cooper, Minetta P. (See Willet, Nathaniel S., assignor.) 

Cooper, Moutraville, Columbia, S. C. Tricycle 

Cooper, Newton, Maysville, Ky., and T. E. CoDwell, Aberdeen, Ohio. Cooking-stove 

Cooper, Samuel A., it al. (See Cooper, Daniel M., assignor.) 

Cooper, Sherman, Westfield, N. J. Apparatus for administering ether 

Cooper, Theodore, assignor to W. H. Haskell Company, Pawtucket, R. I. Bolt-heading 
machine 



Cooper, William, et al. (See Holden, Henry H., assignor.) 

Cooper, William, Chicago, 111. Steam-generator 

Cooper, William A. (See Bulkley, Rosalvo A., assignor.) 

Cooper, William F., Worcester, Mass. Pneumatic action for organs 

Cooper, William H., assignor to M. Seward & Son, New Haven, Conn. Carriage-clip. . 
Cooper, William J., Westminster, county of Middlesex, England. Distillation of coal. 
Cooper, William S. (See Goldberg, Max. assignor.) 

Cooper, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Oil-cup 

Cooper, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Cock or faucet 

Cooper, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Faucet 

Coover. Jacob. Chambersburg, Pa. Grave-vault 

Cope, Edward, et al. (See Wright. Charles A., assignor.) 

Cope, Ezra, Hamilton, Ohio. Letter-copying press 

Cope. Mason L.. Denton, Tex. Gate 

Copeland. Charles F.. Boston. Mass. Back-pressure valve 

Copeland, Charles F., assignor to S. E. Copeland, Boston, Mass. Carburetor 



No. 



280,014 



277,462 

288.164 
271,797 

275,804 

279,345 
281,462 



273,819 
282,275 

290,401 



279,346 
287,245 
276,135 
271,798 

285,015 

272,212 

273,259 
271,799 
272,858 
287,246 

288,550 
289,390 
288,029 
284.187 
273,964 
274,564 

285,016 

290,746 
281,977 
274,911 
£81,839 
287,632 

276,226 
283,080 
280,135 

281,179 
284,540 

284,541 



10,411 
283,380 
286.265 
286,179 



271,605 
284,616 

284,821 

276.563 
279,479 

286,180 
277,009 

287,098 

277,010 

283,756 

271,606 
283,976 
282,440 

277,683 
280,136 i 
280,137 
285,233 

289,983 
281,026 
270,890 
274,176 



Date. 



June 26 



May 15 

Nov. 6 
Feb. 6 

Apr. 17 

June 12 
July 17 



Mar. 13 
July 31 

Dec. 18 

June 12 
Oct. 23 
Apr. 17 
Feb. 6 

Sept. 18 

Feb. 13 

Mar. 6 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 27 
Oct. 23 

Nov. 13 

Dec. 4 

Nov. 6 

Sept. 4 

Mar. 13 

Mar. 27 

Sept. 18 

Dec. 25 

July 24 

Apr. 3 

July 24 

Oct. 30 

Apr. 24 
Aug. 14 
June 26 

July 10 
Sept. 4 

Sept. 4 



Nov. 27 
Aug. 21 
Oct. 9 
Oct. 9 



Feb. 6 
Sept. 11 

Sept. 11 

May 1 
June 12 

Oct, 9 
May 8 

Oct, 23 

May 8 

Aug. 28 

Feb. 6 
Aug. 28 
July 31 

May 15 
June 26 
June 26 
Sept, 18 

Dec. 11 

July 10 
Jan. 23 
Mar. 20 



Monthly 
volume. 



1731 



456 
255 



1233 



919 
1406 



754 
2453 

1279 

920 
1860 
1629 

256 

1061 

777 

19 
257 
1628 
1861 

957 
20 

303 
35 

924 
1721 

1062 

1755 
2065 
22 
1897 
2H62 

1738 

722 

1872 

1040 
463' 

464 



1970 

1108 

594 

490 



310 



127 
71 



337 



250 
386 



205 
675 

359 

257 

509 

449 

71 



215 



72 
456 
509 

263 

6 

85 

9 

254 

478 

(297 

\ 298 

485 

566 

7 

517 

637 

481 



288 
131 



132 



548 
312 
163 
135 



158 



26 
560 

816 

23 

1089 

492 
622 

1671 

623 

1563 

27 
1823 
2673 

1438 
1872 
1873 
1321 

760 

847 
1314 
1198 : 330 



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163 



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163 



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441 



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528 
528 
372 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Copeland, Charles F., Boston, Mass., assignor to Thermo Gas Carhonizer Company, of 
Maine. Carburetor 

Copeland, Charles W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bumping system for surface-condensers 

Copeland, David W., Lowville, N. T. Blow-colter 

Copeland, Frederick A., La Crosse, Wis. Fire-alarm 

Copeland, Sophia E. (See Copeland, Charles F., assignor.) 

Copenhaver, H. E. (See Stommel, Julius, assignor.) 

Copleston, Edwin, Nyack, N. T. Hat 

Coppin, Daniel G., Newport, Ey. Apparatus for distilling 

Coppock, Irvin, Barclay, Kans. "Weather-strip 

Copron, Samuel. (See Kirkpatrick and Copron.) 

Coram, George B., et al. (See Coram, John C, assignor.) 

Coram, George B., et al. (See Dennis, John, assignor.) 

Coram, George B. and J. C, assignors to Dennis Cash Carrier Company, Lowell, Mass.! 
Cash or parcel carrier and track for the same < 

Coram, John C. (See Coram, George B. and J. C.) 

Coram, John C, et al. (See Dennis, John, assignor.) 

Coram, John C, Lowell, Mass. Drop-cradle and elevator for cash-carriers 

Coram, John C, assignor to himself, E. Lamson, J. A. Coram, E. A.Thissell, S. B. Buffer, 
G. B. Walker, G. B. Coram, J. Dennis, and C. H. Bobhins, Lowell, Mass. Switch for 
store-tracks 



Coram, John C, assignor of one-half to G. B. Coram, LoweU, Mass. Vise 

Coram, Joseph A., et al. (See Coram, John C, assignor.) 

Corhett, Edward. (See Clifford and Corhett.) 

Corbett, George, et al. (See Weiss, Charles W, assignor.) 

Corbett, George W., et al. (See Weiss, Charles W., assignor.) 

Corbett, William W., et al. (See Weiss, Charles W., assignor.) 

Corbin Cabinet Lock Company, (See Mix, Frank W., assignor.) 

Corbin, Elijah H., assignor to himself, J. T. France, M. M. and G. W. McConnell, J. W. 
Blace, J. W. Hoagland, J. B. Meibers, L. H. Corbin, and I. C. King, Decatur, Ind. Ro- 
tary engine 

Corbin, Jay S., Gouverneur, N. T. Disk-harrow 

Corbin, Lewis H.,-e( al. (See Corbin, Elijah H., assignor.) 

Corbin, F. & F. (See Arens, August, assignor.) 

Corbin, F. & F. (See Sparks, William E., assignor.) 

Corbion, George, Jr., et al. (See Evans, Harry N., assignor.) 

Corbion, George, Jr. (See Welch and Corbion.) 

Corbitt, Samuel T., Odessa, Mo. Combined table and desk 

Corby, Edward B., St. Louis, Mo. Vapor-burner 

Corby, Edward B., St. Louis, Mo. Vapor -burner 

Corby, Edward B., St. Louis, Mo. Vapor-burner 

Corby, Emmons B., Bloomtield, N. J. Refrigerator 

Cordell, John H. (See Odell and Cordell.) 

Cordes, August W., New York, N Y. Fire-proof ceiling 

Cordes, August W., New York, N. Y. Fireproof ceiling 

Cordes, August W., New York, N. Y. Fire-proof ceiling 

Cordesman & Egan Company. (See Thomas, Cordesman, and Danner, assignors.) 

Cordesman, Henry J. (See Thomas, Cordesman. and Danner.) 

Cordesman. Henry J., Jr., and J. B. Tbomas, Cincinnati, Ohio. Blaning-machine 

Corey, E. Willis. (See Hicks, Alonzo, assignor.) 

Corkill, William, Bittsficld, Mass. Automatic sanding-box 

Corliss, Georce H., Frovidence, B. I. Bump 

Corliss, William, Brovidence, B. I. Safe-lock 

Burglar-proof safe 

Burglar-proof safe 

Fire-proof structure 

Car-signal 



Corliss, William, Brovidence, B. I. 
Corliss, William, Brovidence, B. I. 

Corliss, William, Brovidence, B. I. 

Cormack, George H., Bockford, 111. 

Cornehlsen, Christian. (See Taylor and Filers, assignors.) 

Cornelieus, Daniel, Lima, Ohio. Stump-extractor . 



Cornelius, Daniel, Lima, Ohio. Stump and grub puller 

Cornelius, Nicholas. (See Stanley and Cornelius.) 

Cornelius, Oliver H. B., and G. H. Turner, Turner, Oreg. Apparatus for removing sand- 
bars. &c. from rivers and harbors '. 

Cornell, Denison H., Brooklyn, and A. Schincke, New York, N. Y Cracker-machine 

Cornell, Harmon W., Owego, N. Y. Corn-sheller 

Cornell, John M., New York, N. Y. Expanding bolt 



Comely, Emil, Baris, France. Embroidering-machine. (Beissue) 

Comely, Emile, Baris, France. Spool stand for sewing-machines 

Cornford, William H., Jr., Bhelps, N. Y. Bhosphate-sower 

Cornish, Benjamin F., Bhiladelphia, Ba. Harness saddle and trimming 

Cornish, Harry B., and S. E. Hall, Hampton, Iowa. Vehicle-spring 

Cornman, Theodore. (See Germeyer, William S., assignor,) 

Cornwall, John B., assignor to Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company, Moline, 111. 

Cockle-scre?n 

Cornwell. William D., et al. (Seo Shields, Francis M., assignor.) 

Cornyn, William A., Bontiac, Mich. Fire-escape 

Corr, Thomas J., Eureka Springs, Ark. Combined flour-chest and cupboard 

Corris, Thomas, Cleveland, Ohio. Flange-union 

Corrugated Wire Fastening Company. (See Weeks. Horace, assignor.) 

CorthPll, Fred H.. Elgin, 111. Muffle for tempering hair-springs 

Corwin, Samuel W., Batersou, N. J. Signal-lamp guard 

Corwiu, William S., Newark, N. J. Hotel and burglar alarm electric annunciator 



288,622 
273,965 
270,750 
286,393 



2S3.8G3 
279.918 
272,213 



286,592 

278,510 

278,657 
281,463 



282.171 
273,966 



290,862 
282,612 
286,266 
286.267 
270,393 

272,657 
272.658 
275,151 



275,597 

289,984 
276.003 
271,312 
271,313 
271,314 

280,294 

290,540 

287,002 
277,117 



284,387 
281.464 
284.388 
282,501 

10,277 

279,919 
279,135 
290.402 
288,312 



276,523 

277,995 
285,577 
280,353 

283,700 
275,469 

289,233 

276,360 

289,985 
277.403 
280.582 
282.704 
Cosgrovoi William F., Jersey City, N. J. Automatic stop-plug for gas-pipes i 288,777 



Cory, Charles F., St. Louis, Mo. Rotary engine : 

Cory, David B., Consecon, Outario, Canada, assignor of one-half to C. H Osborno, Chicago, 

HI. Car-coupling 

Cosbio, William, San Francisco, Cal. Horse-collar 

Cosgrove, Lawrence, Baltimore, Md. Machino for cutting key-seats 

Cosgrovc, Lawrence. Baltimore, Md. Universal milling-machine 



Date. 



Nov. 20 

Mar. 13 

Jan. 16 

Oct. 9 



Aug. 28 
June 26 
Feb. 13 



Oct. 16 

May 29 

May 29 
July 17 



July 31 
Mar. 13 



Dec. 25 

Aug. 7 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 

Jan. 9 

Feb. 20 

Feb. 20 

Apr. 3 



Apr. 10 

Dec. 11 

Apr. 17 

Jan. 30 

Jan. 30 

Jan. 30 

June 26 

Dec. 18 

Oct. 23 

May 8 



Sopt. 4 
July 17 
Sept. 4 
Aug. 7 

Jan. 23 

June 26 
June 12 
Dec. 18 
Nov. 13 



Apr. 24 

May 22 
Sept. 25 
July 3 

Aug. 21 
Apr. 10 

Nov. 27 

Apr. 24 

Dee. 11 
May 15 
July 3 
Aug. 7 
Nov. 20 



Monthly 
volume. 



1050 
928 
1148 

774 



1684 
1611 

777 



1019 



2484 



2660 
1407 



2330 
929 



1895 
165 
596 
596 



1358 
1358 
353 



948 

761 
1462 
1831 
1835 
1838 

2000 

1480 

1546 
7CG 



281 

1408 

282 

30 

1704 

1612 
668 

1280 
346 



289 
254 
328 
209 



475 
453 
215 



(276 
\ 277 



678 



728 
C386 
i 387 



643 
255 



523 
50 
163 
163 
203 

381 

3^1 

97 



257 

214 
400 

532 
533 
534 
C 579 
J5S0 
409 



426 

201 
202 



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387 

78 
9 i 
492 
493 
4:3 
184 
300 
177 



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1728 

19 

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800 

1797 £ 49 
1,JI {498 

1917 



762 
1179 
296 
288 
1244 



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25 

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23 

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24 
24 
24 

!23 

23 
23 
25 
25 



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23 
24 
24 

24 782 
23 1371 

1 25 846 

532 23 1578 



590 



494 

488 



417 
216 



215 

317 

82 

81 

342 



25 , 1028 

23 1812 

24 53 

24 I 549 

25 739 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



71 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Coskrey. David S., Troy, Ala. Ice-cream freezer 

Cosley," Thomas B., New York. N. Y. Hand-stamp printing-press 

Cosset, Ahijah. Wayne, Ind. Portable straw-stacker • - - ■ 

CostaCorcea Leite, Henrique da. Paris, France. Manufacture of textile fabrics and the like - 

Costello, John, Atlleborough. Mass. Button 

Costello, John, assignor to Watson & Newell, Attleborough, Mass. Button 

Costigan. Edward A.. Boston, Mass. Fire-escape -■- 

Costdlo, George and M. J., and A. Johnson, Uniontown, Pa. ; said Johnson assignor to said 

George Cosfolo. Car-coupling 

Costolo, Mary J. (See Costolo and Johnson.) 

Cote, Louis, St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada. Lasting-machine for boots or shoes 

Cote, Louis, St. Hvacinthe, Quebec, Canada. Machine for forming boot or shoe counters .. 
Cote, N. Joseph, assignor of one-half to J. B. L. Rolland, Jr., Montreal, Quobec, Canada. 



Lock. 



Cothren, Montsomery M. (See Wiebers, Mars C, assignor.) 

Cottier, Jean G. C, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to R. L. Moorhead. Mounting artificial 



Cottier. Williani T., Napa, assignor of one-half to J. F. Montgomery, Sacramento, Cal.i 

Ventilation - ! 

Cottingham. Gideon W., Little Rock, Ark. Ironing-machine 

Cottle. Shubael, New York, N. Y. Bracelet 

Cottreall, George, San Francisco, Cal. Cut-off for screening devices for middlings, flour,; 



&c 



Cottrell, Herbert, assignor to Automatic Gas Machine Company, Newark, N. J. Gas ap- 
paratus 

Cottrell, Joseph 0. , Fan wood, N. J. Electrical-wire protector 

Cottrell, Joseph O.. Fanwood, N. J. Electric-wire protector 

Cotton, Charles. Olean, N. Y. Waeon-rack 

Cotton, George F., Bushnell, 111. Brick-kiln 

Cotton. James B.. et at. (See Lash, John S., assignor.) 

Cotton. John E.. Fairfield, Me. Rocking-chair 

( 'ottrell, Aaron L., Sidney, Ohio. Farm and flood fence 

Cottrell, Abraham, Lansing. Mich. Rein-holder 

Cottrell, Calvert B., Westerly, R. T. Tumbler-motion for grippers of printing-presses 

Cottrell, Calvert B., Westerly, R. I. Delivery apparatus for printing-presses 

Cottrell, Calvert B., Stonington, Conn. Printing-press 

Cottrell, Calvert B., Stonington. Conn. Printing-press 

Cottrell. Herbert, Newark, N. J. Rotary cutter for fruit-paring machines 

Cottrell, Herbert, Newark, N. J. Ice-creeper 

Couch, Albert C. (See Bowen, J. Howard, assignor.) 

Couch. Albert C, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Mica Tip and Lining Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Hat or cap 

Couch, Albert C, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Mica Tip and Lining Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Hat or cap — - — 

Couch, Albert C. assignor, by mesne assignments, to Mica Tip and Lining Company, Bos- 
ton . Mass. Hat or cap 

Conch, Albert C. assignor, by mesne assignments, to Mica Anti-Sunstroke Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Hat. cap, &c 

Conch, James E.. Clayton, N. Y. Center-board for boats 

Couch, James E., Clayton. N. Y. Center-board 

Couch. Levi J. (See Whittemore and Coucb.) 

ConLrhlin, John. (See Welch, Coughlin. and Mahoney.) 

Conilliard, Leander A.. Boston, Mass. Moisture and pressure pad for horses' feet 

Coul taus, Joseph A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Door-check 

Coulter, Andrew C. (See Coulter, Robert S., assignor.) 

Coulter, John C. Chesterton, Ind. Railway-crossing 

Coulter. Joseph F., Burlington, Iowa. School desk and seat 

Coulter, Robert S., assignor of one-half to A. C. Coulter, Swissvale, Pa. Label-holder for 



Coulter, William B., Bristol, Conn. Relief-valve for steam-cylinders 

Coulthard, Walter, and J. Larsen, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Combined seed-drill and 
broadcast scatterer 



Counselman, Lawrence W., Baltimore, Md. Can-soldering machine 

Conrtenay, William, et al. (See Chipman, William W., assignor.) 
Courtenay, William. (See Higgs and Courtenay.) 
Courtney* James W., et al. (See Deal, William M., assignor.) 

Courts, William J., Reidsville, N. C. Fertilizer 

Contant, Channcey M., and R. Benson. Crawfordsville, Ind. Wagon-body 

Coutant, Stephen. Kingston, N. Y. Apparatus for finishing or dressing brick 

Cove, Joseph T. C, Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada, assignor to J. N. Yalley, Jersey City, 

X. J. Chair 

Covel, Joseph W., Rockland, Me. Tobacco-cutter 

Covel, Milo, Chicago, 111. Saw-swage 



Covel, Milo, Chicago, HI. Saw-swage 

Covcll, Edward T., assignor of one-half to E. Dews, New Bedford, Mass. Book-cover pro- 
tector 

CovcH, William W., assignor to F. I. Marcy, Providence, R. I. Button or stud 

Covell, William W., assignor to F. I. Marcy, Providence, R. I. Jewelers' burnishing-ma- 
ch' 



Coventry, Charles B. (See Ford. Alvin, assignor.) 

Coventry, Charles B., Chicago, 111. Locomotive-boiler 

Coventry, Charles B., Chicago, HI. Locomotive-boiler 

Coventry Machinists Company. (See Starley, John K., assignor.) 
Covert. H. C. (See Shaler. Ira W., assignor.) 

Covert, James ('-, West Troy, X. Y. Breast-chain for harness 

Covert, James C West Troy, X. Y. Soldering-iron 

Covert, William T., Indianapolis, Ind. Fire-escape ladder 

Covington, William H., et at. (See Simpson, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Cowan. Charles D.. assignor of one-half to It. G. Shepard, Brockton, Mass. Compound 
boiler for generating steam 



No. 



275,152 
276.779 
284,280 
287,247 
278,314 
290.321 
284,281 

288,925 

270.282 
279,717 

276,004 



290,863 

281,027 

282,848 
283,574 

277,547 

270,181 
278.885 
278,886 
289,234 
287,633 

284,822 
290,403 
285,466 
280,583 
280,584 

290,747 

290,748 
284,823 
286,687 



282,441 

282,442 

2^,443 

232,444 
271,607 
275,361 



288.211 
288,028 

290.541 
273,260 

270,283 
289,071 



277,011 



281,840 
273.967 
275,888 

281,617 
289,625 
278,684 

279,718 

273,669 
283,864 

283,865 

287,505 
290,542 



274,723 
283.575 
281,342 



Date. 



Apr. 3 
May 1 
Sept. 4 
Oct. 23 
May 29 
Dec. 18 
Sept. 4 

Nov. 20 

Jan. 9 
June 10 

Apr. 17 



Dec. 25 

July 10 

Aug. 7 
Aug. 21 

May 15 

Jan. 2 
June 5 
Juno 5 
Nov. 27 
Oct. 30 

Sept. 11 
Dec. 18 
Sept, 25 
July 3 
July 3 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 25 
Sept. 11 
Oct, 16 



July 31 

July 31 

July 31 

July 31 

Feb. 6 

Apr. 10 



Nov. 13 

Nov. 

Dec. 18 

Mar. 6 

Jan. 9 

Nov. 27 

Sept. 18 

May 8 



July 24 
Mar. 13 
Apr. 17 

July 17 
Dec. 4 
June 5 

June 19 



Mar. 6 
Aug. 28 

Aug. 28 

Oct. 30 
Dec. 18 



Mar. 27 
Aug. 21 
July 17 



Monthly 
volume. 



w 



354 

325 

153 

1862 

2235 
1180 
153 

1419 

541 
1369 



1896 

847 

448 
1337 

1278 

414 

286 

287 

1799 

2363 

818 
1281 
1602 
298 
299 

1758 

1761 

819 

1145 



2674 

2675 

2675 

2676 
29 
646 



520 
302 



1481 
20 



542 

1607 



1321 
625 



1898 

932 

1334 

1600 

312 

10 

1371 



548 
1685 

1686 

2182 
1482 



1903 
1338 

1254 



613 

330 

42 

391 

159 

382 

403 



523 
'235 
236 
126 
373 
342 
343 

121 
83 
83 

498 
637 

228 
360 
450 
82 
83 
485 
486 
486 
228 
308 



733 
733 
733 

734 

7 
174 



145 

85 

409 
6,7 

159 

445 

373 

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367 

437 

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C362 

\ 383 

146 
476 

476 

C592 

)593 

409 



531 
373 
349 



282,276 July 31 1 2455 i 676 



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24 



21 



449 



72 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Cowan, H. K., et al. (See Alfson, Androw, assignor.) 

Cowdery, George, and E. B. Thomas Sidney, New South Wales, Australia. Rail for rail- 
ways and tramways 

Cowdery, M. F., et al. (See Pelton, Eichard W., assignor.) 

Cowdery, 0. P., et al. (See Pelton, Eichard "WV, assignor.) 

Cowdery, "Warren H., et al. (See Sweet, George N., assignor.) 

Cowdrey, Charles H., Fitchburg, Mass. Wood-turnipg lathe 

Cowell, Edward E. E., assignor to himself, L. Mann, E. C. Brown, and E. Miller, Detroit, 
Mich. Electric signal for railway-trains 

Cowell, Hiram, Zanesville, Ohio. Boiler-furnace 

Cowell, Newell P., assignor to Cowell Platform and Coupling Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Car-coupling 

Cowell Platform and Coupling Company. (See Cowell, Newell P.. assignor.) 

Cowie, William C, Colony of Lahuan, Borneo. Vibrating propeller 

Cowl, Joseph H., Wheeling, W. Va. Fruit-jar 

Cowles, Alfred A., New York, N. T. Insulated electric conductor 

Cowles, Alfred A., New York, N. Y. Insulated electric conductor 

Cowles, Alfred A., New York, N. Y., assignor to Ansonia Brass and Copper Company, An- 

sonia, Conn. Insulated electric conductor 

Cowles, Eugene H. (See Nelson and Cowles.) 

Cowles, Frederick A. , Plantsville, Conn. Hammer and box-scraper 

Cowles, George B., New Britain, Coun. Machine for putting springs in lock-bolts 



Cowles, George B., New Britain, Conn. Machine for securing the key-post in lock-plates. 
Cowles, George B.. New Britain, Conn. Machine for slotting and driving springs into lock- 



tumblers . 



Cowles, Harley D., Brighton Park, 111., assignor to E. W. Beale, Lynn, Mass. Die for cut- 
ting nails - 

Cowles Hardware Company. (See Steele, Elbridge J., assignor.) 

Cox, James H. Plainfield, Ind. Portable fence 

Howies, John T., Chicago, 111. Stand-pipe for buildings 

Cowles, John T., Chicago, 111. Stand-pipe and fire-escape 

Cowles, John T., Chicago, 111. Eire-proof shutter 

Cowles, Milan, Bradford Lake, assignor of one-half to C. L. Fuller, Otsego Lake, Mich. 
Saw setting and sharpening device 

Cowles, William, Newburg, N. Y., assignor of one-half to N. T. Bacon, Norwich, Conn. 
Bottle-washing machine 

Cowley, Josiah B., and S. S. Morse, Boston, Mass. Paint-brush holder 

Cowley, "William W. (See Bradshaw and Cowley.) 

Cowman, Charles H., et al. (See Carrick, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Cox, Abner E. (See Taylor and Ccx.) 

Cox, Allan. Chelsea, Mass. Sheet-metal pan 

Cox, Daniel 0., Mannsville, N. Y. Horse checking and unchecking device 

Cox, H. M., et al. (See Irish, Juriah W., assignor.) 

Cox, Henry F., Altoona, Pa. Eailway-crossing. (Eeissue) 

Cox, Isaac H. , Bridgeton, N. J. Can-soldering machine 

Cox, J. D, Jr., et al. (See Eichards, Francis H., assignor.) 

Cox, John, Albany, N. Y. Pump 

Cox, John, Albany, N. Y. Apparatus for drawing liquids from barrels 

Cox, John A. M., Indianapolis, Ind. Steam-boiler 

Cox, John J., Virden, 111. Velocipede 

Cox, Joseph J., LawTence, Kans. Straw-stacker 

Cox, Joseph L., Milwaukee, Wis. Skylight-frame 

Cox, L. M., et al. (See Bedhury, George W., assignor.) 

Cox, Lorenzo D., Mason City, 111. Velocipede 

Cox, Robert M., Prairie City, HI. Ruffling or gathering attachment for sewing-machines. 
Cox, Robert S., et al. (See Wagner and Seath, assignors.) 
Cox & Sedgwick. (See Cockshaw, Herbert, assignor.) 

Cox, Walter J.. Wichita, Kans. Window-shade 

Cox, William F. (See Mayer, Ferdinand, assignor.) 

Cox, William H., Virden, 111. Gate 

Cox, William J. (See Ingram, William B., assignor.) 
Coxe, Edward D. (See Parker, Sidney, assignor.) 

Coxon, William H., Worcester, Mass. Stop mechanism for engine-lathes 

Coy, Frederick W., assignor to G. H. P. Flagg, trustee, Boston, Mass. Abrading-ma- 



chine 



Coy, George W., Milford, Conn., assignor of two-thirds to J. G. Smith, Hackensack, N. J., 
and C. E. Buell, New Haven, Conn. Telephone-exchange switch 

Coy, Henry E., Mansfield, Ohio. Machine for threading the points of lag-screws 

Coy, Oscar F., North Bennington, Vt. Driving-rein 

Coyle, Edward, St. Louis, Mo. Compound for the manufacture of steel 

Coyle, John J., Honey Creek, Iowa. Stalk-cutter 

Coyle, Eobert E. (See Duncan and Coyle.) 

Crabb, "William, Newark, N. J. Tooth for gilling and hackling machines 

Crabtree, Thomas A., East Surry, Me. Holdback 

Crabtree, Thomas A., East Surry, Me. Book-holder 

Crabtree, Thomas A., East Surry, Me. Hub-attaching device 

Craft, Johnston S., Alliance, Ohio. Machine for making the eyes of hoes 

Crafts, Samuel I. (See Bray, William H., assignor.) 

Cragin Bros. & Co. (See Beaman and Cragin, assignors.) 

Cragin, Patrick H, Franklin, N. H., assignor of one-half to Richards & Co., Gardiner, Me. 
Paper-pulp screen 

Cragin, William P. (See Beaman and Cragin.) 

Craig, Isaac E., Camden, Ohio. Manufacture of sheet-iron 

Craig, James A. (See Jelinek, Anton, assignor.) 

Craig, James D., Detroit, Mich. Wood-turning machine 

Craig, James F., West Liberty, Ohio. Check-row planter 

Craig, John, San Francisco, Cal. Guard for cars 

Craig, John W. (See Ballard and Craig.) 

Craig, John W. (Seo Beers and Craig.) 

Craig, Joseph A. I., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Dynamo-electric machine 



No. 



289,626 



273,227 

286,268 
275,805 

278.403 



271,041 

282,849 
272,659 
272,660 

281,841 

275,025 
283,081 

283,326 

286,269 

288,165 

281,028 
273,031 
273Q32 

288.212 

280,138 
286,394 
288,692 



275,806 
287,419 

10,265 
278,100 

273,261 
288,978 
279,920 
271,800 
290,975 
272,859 

279,541 
270,751 

282,277 
287,805 

286,786 

289,986 

275.362 
276,671 
289,072 
288.979 
287,248 

287,506 
278,887 
283,576 
289,627 
275,363 



277,239 

280,799 

280,453 
289,987 
285,975 



Date. 



Dec. 4 



Feb. 27 

Oct. 9 
Apr. 17 

May 29 



Jan. 23 

Aug. 7 
Feb. 20 
Feb. 20 

July 24 

Apr. 3 
Aug. 14 

Aug. 14 

Oct. 9 

Nov. 6 

July 10 
Feb. 27 
Feb. 27 
Nov. 13 

June 26 
Oct. 9 
Nov. 20 



Apr. 17 
Oct. 30 

Jan. 2 
May 22 

Mar. 6 
Nov. 27 
June 26 
Feb 6 
Dec. 25 
Feb. 27 

June 19 
Jan. 16 



July 21 
Nov. 6 

Oct. 16 

Dec. 11 

Apr. 10 
Mav 1 
Nov. 27 
Nov. 27 
Oct. 23 

Oct. 30 
June 5 
Aug. 21 
Dec. 4 
Apr. 10 



May 8 

July 10 

^Tuly 3 

Dec. 11 

Oct. 2 



277,237 I May 8 



Monthly 
volume. 



313 



2078 



597 
1233 



2353 



1496 

449 
1359 
13G0 



1898 

192 
723 

1023 

598 
457 

851 
1837 
1838 

521 

1874 

774 

1141 



1234 
2074 

434 
1933 

21 
1493 
1613 
259 
2054 
1029 

1168 
1149 



2455 
19 

1266 

764 

648 

163 

1609 

1494 

1862 

2183 
289 

1340 
314 
651 



910 
580 

143 

765 
245 

907 



584 

163 
338 

643 

5 431 

i 432 

127 

381 

381 

518 

51 
(202 
)203 

J286 
I 287 

164 

128 

236 
514 
514 
145 

528 
(209 
I 210 

314 



338 

504 

126 
530 

7 
413 
453 
72 
565 
456 

(323 

\ 324 
329 



676 
6,7 



215 

174 
42 

445 



510 

593 
83 

374 
88 

174 



244 



33 

215 
69,70 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Craig, Joseph A. I., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Dynamo-electric machine 

Craig, Joseph K., Canton, Ohio. Rein-holder 

Cxaig, Lee D., San Francisco. Cal. Sewer or stench trap 

Craig, Lee IX, San Francisco, Cal. Plug stop-valve 

Craig, Lee D., San Francisco, Cal. Revolving water-closet stench-trap 

Craig, Warren H., Lawrence, Mass. Steam-engine governor 

Craig, Warren H., Lawrence, Mass. Lubricator 

Craig, Warren H., Lawrence. Mass. Lubricator 

Craig, William S.. Courtney, Tex. Cotton-chopper 

Craige, Edward H., Brooklyn, X. Y., and F. Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. Binder attachment 

for sewing-machines 

Craighead &. Elwell Manufacturing Company. (See Bennett, Dwight W., assignor.) 
Craighead & Elwell Manufacturing Company. (See Maschmeyer, Charles, assignor.) 

Craighead, Horace. New York, N. Y. Plaque 

Craigie, Hugh H., assignor to J. Craigie, Stamford, Conn. Eire-escape 

Craigie, Julia. (See Craigie, Hugh H., assignor.) 

Craik, Robert, Hawley, Minn. Conveyer for mill products 

Craiu, Charles S., et dl. (See Murray, James W., assignor.) 

Cram. Rnvs J., Detroit, Mich. Pile-driver 

Ci am. William H H., and G. S. Tompkins. Detroit, Mich. Sham-holder 

Cramer. Herman, Souora, Cal. Treadle for sewing-machines, &c 

Cramer, Joseph C, Leadville, Colo. Pick 

Cramer, Philip. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Hanger for shafting 

Crampton. B. F. (See Leach, William F.. assignor.) 
Crandal, Edward M. (See Kay, William V., assignor.) 

Crandal, George L., Binghaniton, X. Y. Locking the nuts of carriage-top props 

Crandal, George L.. assignor of one-half to C. M. and W. H. Stone, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Carriage-curtain fastener. ( Reissue) 

( 'randall. Jesse A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Building-block 

Rocking toy for children 

Child's carriage 

Y. Rocking librae and gig 

Y. Toy 

Combined desk and blackboard 

Toy building-block 



Crane, Charles W., Batavia, Iowa. Slotting-shears 

Crane, Clark K.. Morrice, Mich. Tag 

Crane. Daniel, S'-neca Falls, X. Y. Horseshoe 

Crane, George S. (See Wortham, John B., assignor.) 

Crane, Gerard, assignor to B. Willard, New York, N. Y. Horse-blanket 

Crane, Harold L., Brooklyn, N. T., and J. Lines: said Lines assignor to Scovill Manufac- 
turing^ Company, Waterbury, Conn. Epaulette - - 

Crane, James B., "assignor to himself, Z. M. and W. M. Crane, Dalton, Mass. Paper 

Crane, Moses G., Newton, Mass. Indicator for fire-alarm purposes 

Crane, Richard T., Chicago, HI. Steam-radiator attachment 

Crane, Theodore T., Hackensack, N. J., and J. G. Sanderson, Scranton, Pa. Wallkill roof- 
ing-cement 

Crane, Thomas, assignor of one-half to L. S. Kellogg, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Gate-latch . . . 

Crane. Thomas R., Mantua, Ya. Combined seed-sower, fertilizer, barrow, and roller 

Crane, Thomas S. (See Adams, George B., assignor.) 

Crane, William, Castroville, Cal. Grain separator 

Crane, Winthrop M., et al. (See Crane, James B., assignor.) 

Crane, Zenas M., et al. (See Crane, James B., assignor.) 

Cranford, Frank H., Redding, Cal. Nut-lock 

Cranford. James F., Oak Hill. Ala. Composition for tanning hides 

Crangle. Edward J. (See Elliott, George E., assignor.) 

Cranson, Giles S.. Silver Creek, N. Y. Machine for hulling and granulating grain 

Cranston. John FT., Norwich, Conn. Printing-machine 

Crapon. George M.. and R. H. Pickett, Wilmington, N. C. Draining-case for barrels 

Crapon. William H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and L. A. Cook, Woon- 
soc kct, R. I. Producing fleeced fabrics 

Crarv, Cushman W., Chicago, 111. Gear-cutter 



No. 



Crandall, Jesse A., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Crandall, Jesse A., Brooklyn. X. Y. 

Crandall, William E., New York, N 

Crandall, William E.. New York, N 

Crandall. William E., New York, N. Y. 

Crandall, William E.. New York. N. Y. 

Crandall. William E., assignor of one-half to E. I. Horsmau, New York, N. Y. Alphabet 

block and case 

Crandell, Alfred, Pine Plains, N. Y. Rolling-mill 
Crandell, William. Westfield, N. Y. Car-coupling 
Crandell. William C, Jr., assignor of one-half to S. D. Strohm, Philadelphia, Pa. Appa-) 

ratus for automatically stopping railway -trains f 

Crandle, John T.. Savannah, N. Y. Screen 

Cram-. Augustus S.. Newark. N. J. Secondary electric clock 

Crane, Augustus S.. Newark, N. J. Compensating pendulum 

Crane, Augustus S., Newark, N. J. Actuating device for secondary electric clocks 

Crane Brothers Manufacturing Company. (See Roberts, Charles E., assignor.) 

Crane, Charles S., Chicago, HI. Re versing- valve 



Crate, Joseph G., Woodstown, and J. F. Morell, Camden,_N. J. Car-starter 

Crans. Henry S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Handle-cap for traveling-bags 

Craven, Thomas C. (See Purves and Craven.) 

Cravens. Yincent, Madison. Ind. Flexible ladder 

(raver, Steele & Austin. (See Wheeler, James J., assignor.) 

Crawford, Adam, Sebastopol, Cal. Fruit-drier 

Crawford, Angus, Boston, Ma9s. Express-signal 

Crawford, Burton, Cross Roads, Ohio. Post-hole-digging machine 

CrTlwford, Charles H. (See Welch and Corbion, assignors.) 
Crawford, Frank L. (See Wagner, Gnstavus G., assignor.) 

Crawford, James G., Boston, Mass. Centrifugal clothes-wringer 

Crawford, James M.. Bentonville, and T. B. Kirkwood, Milton, Ind. Straw-stacker 

Crawford, John. Brooklyn, assignor to W. H. Warburton, New York, T. F. and D. Boyle,) 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Fire-escape 5 

Crawford. John M., Philadelphia, Pa. Illuminating clocks 



277,238 
285,976 
270.87G 
274,724 
274,725 
271,315 
277,464 
281,241 
271,801 

275,889 



286,118 
271,802 

275,153 

284,282 
284,119 
271,426 
272,661 
281,343 



281,344 

10,301 
270,206 
270.891 
280,454 
270,023 
271,427 
275,598 
278,224 

275,329 
281.978 
271,085 

275,599 

290.666 
286,181 
288,027 

288,623 



279,921 

287,249 
278,888 
289,504 

274,177 



279.480 
283,701 

273.033 

287,099 

274,178 
290,176 
276,361 

282,705 



287.003 
271,804 

283.212 
284,947 
272,415 

279,922 
282,059 

284,948 
271,803 

279,542 

279,719 
274,726 

28ll.58.-i 



273,262 
273.470 

274,278 

231,465 



Date. 



May 8 

Oct. 2 

Jan. 16 

Mar. 27 

Mar. 27 

Jan. 30 

May 15 

July 17 

Feb. 6 

Apr. 17 



Oct. 2 

Feb. 6 

Apr. 3 

Sept. 4 
Aug. 28 
Jan. 30 
Feb. 20 
July 17 



July 17 

Apr. 3 

Jan. 9 

Jan. 23 

July 3 

Jan. 2 

Jan. 30 

Apr. 10 

May 22 

Apr. 3 

July 24 

Feb\ 6 

Apr. 10 

Dec. 25 

Oct. 9 

Nov. 6 

Nov. 20 



June 26 

Oct. 23 
Juno 5 
Dec. 4 

Mar. 20 

June 12 
Aug. 21 

Feb. 27 

Oct. 23 

Mar. 20 
Dec. 11 
Apr. 24 

Aug. 7 



Monthly 
volume. 



908 
246 
1291 
1904 
1905 
1839 
1180 
1128 
259 

1335 



415 

260 

354 

155 

2024 
1984 
1361 
1255 



1256 

615 

450 
1314 

146 

232 
1985 

949 
2095 

568 

2066 

121 

950 

1642 
493 
301 

1051 



1614 



244 
70 
373 
532 
532 
534 
317 
310 
72 

367 



113 
73 

97 

43 
563 
573 
382 
349 



349 

165 
131 
380 
39 
67 
573 
258 
577 

155 

566 

33 

(258 

) 259 

452 

136 

85 

5" 289 

(290 



(453 
,454 
1863 510 

289 I 83 
167 46 



1199 

1090 
1480 

1839 



1200 

985 

1918 

290 



Oct. 23 I 1547 
Feb. 6 263 

Aug. 14 883 
Sept. 11 964 
Feb. 20 1050 



June 26 
July 31 

Sept. 11 
Feb. 6 

June 19 

June 19 
Mar. 27 
July 3 



Mar. 6 
Mar. 6 



Mar. 20 



1615 
2170 

966 
262 

1169 

1372 
1906 
301 



23 

298 



7 
81 
366 
307 
July 17 I 1410 " 387 



1328 



330 



301 

417 

C 514 

\ 515 
459 



330 

278 
532 

82 



426 



246 
271 
295 

454 
(595 
)596 
(271 
\ 272 
73 

324 

383 
532 
83 



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Gazette. 



23 1788 

25 47 

23 267 

23 1186 

23 

23 

23 

24 

23 

23 



25 
23 

23 

24 
24 
23 
23 
24 



24 i 235 

23 1330 

23 I 99 

23 

24 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 
24 
23 

1 23 

25 

25 
25 



25 
23 
25 

23 ] 

23 
24 

>23 

25 

23 
25 
23 

24 



25 
23 

24 
24 
23 

23 

^24 

1 24 
23 

23 

23 
23 

24 



23 
23 

[23 I 1079 

24 I 261 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Bate. 



Monthly 
volume. 



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Crawford, John It. M., Booneville, Miss. Shingle-machine 

Crawford, Martin B., Terre Haute, Ind. Screw-driver 

Crawford, Martin B., aud C. E. Temple, Terre Haute, Ind. Fan attachment 

Crawford, Middleton, Wiarton, Ontario, Canada. Flour-dressing machine 

Crawford, Middleton, assignor of one-half to H. Campbell, Wiarton, Ontario, Canada. 

. Cockle-machine 

Crawford, William M. (See Butler, Earhart, and Crawford.) 

Crawford, Witsius A., San Antonio, Tex., assignor of one-half to E. Ellis, Torre Haute, Ind. 
Telephone-transmitter 

Crawley, Edwin, Newport, Ky., and C. H. Albrecht, Cincinnati, Ohio; said Crawley as- 
signor to said Albrecht. Harness and vehicle loop 

Cray, William H, et al. (See Jewett, Nathan, assignor.) 

Cray, William H., et al. (See Shepler, Pius L.. assignor.) 

Creagan, John, assignor of one-fourth to C. D. Tyler, Jr., Cleveland, Ohio. Spring-setting 
machine 



Creager, Jonathan, Cincinnati, Ohio. Brick-machine 

Crecelius, Louis J. (See Bevis, Issacher L., assignor.) 

Crecelius, Louis J., assignor of one-half to A. Warren, St. Louis, Mo. Lifting-jack 

Creecy, Charles E., and A. B. Burns, Washington, D. C. Fire-escape 

Creecy, Charles E.. and A. B. Burns, Washington, D. C. Fire-escape 

Creecy, Edward W., et al. (See Crowley, David, assignor.) 

Creho're, George, St. Louis, Mo. Endless train-conveyer » 

Creighton, James P., assignor of one-half to W. Deering, Louisville, Ky. Friction gearing 
or pulley . 



Creighton, Lawrence, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sleeping-car 

Cremer, John H. , Chicago, 111. Tuyere for blast-furnaces 

Cremer, John H., Chicago, 111. Method of and apparatus for heating the gaseous fuel of 
furnaces 



Cremer-Pirnay & Cie., A. (See Lemaire, Jean T., assignor.) 

Crepin, Emile A., and F. Rochat, Hollister, Cal. Gun for destroying animals 

Creque, Allen P., New York, N. T. Planing-machine 

Creque, Allen P., New York, N. Y. Overflow-connection for bath-tubs 

Creque, Allen P., New York, N. Y. Boiler 

Cresse, George H., Cape May, N. J. Horse-detacher 

Cressman, George W., Barren Hill, Pa. Bag-engine 

Creter, George. (See Beck and Creter.) 
Crich, Fredrick. (See Roberts and Crich.) 

Crich, Fredrick, assignor to H. Roberts, Pittsburg, Pa. Apparatus for wiping wire 

Crich, Henry, Pittsburg, Pa. Wire-wiper 

Crikelair, Gustave J., New York, N. Y. Fire-extinguishing compound 

Cripe, David C, North Manchester, Tnd. Milk-can 

Crippen, Henry M., assignor of one-half to J. M. Crippen, Big Run, Ohio. Vehicle-brake 
Crippen, John M. (See Crippen, Henry M., assignor.) 

Crismon, Carrell W., and A. F. Whitaker, deceased, Vienna, Mo. ; J. W. Rowden adminis- 
trator of said Whitaker. Endless cable carrier 

Crisp, James L., Bloomfield, N. J. Barrel-truck 

Crispin. Thomas, Detroit, Mich. Bench-clamp 

Crist, Peter, Brighton, 111. Fracture apparatus 

Critchett, Oliver G.. Belfast, Me. Mechanism for preparing boot or shoe uppers for last- 



ing 



Critchlow, Thomas, Pittsburg, Pa. Ingot-manipulator 

Critchlow, Thomas, Pittsburg, Pa. Soaking-furnace for ingots 

Crittenden, Ralph, Hartford, and R. G. Henry, Waterbury, Conn. Calipers 

Crocker, Benjamin F., Hyannis, Mass. Screw or nut fastening for railway-bar joints 

Crocker, Benjamin S., assignor of one-half to W. H. Hill, Topeka, Kans. Lock-nut 

Crocker, Francis B. (See Curtis and Crocker.) 

Crocker, Francis B. (See Wheeler, Curtis, and Crocker.) 

Crocker, Francis B., C. G. Curtis, and S. S. Wheeler, New York, N. Y. Electric railway. 

Crocker, James A., assignor to H. N. Smith, Boston, Mass. Filter 

Crocker, John B., St. Louis, Mo. Mechanical movement 

Crockett, Charles H., Boston, Mass. Electric gas-lighting burner 

Crockett, Charles H., assignor to Boston Electric Company, Boston, Mass. Electric gas- 
lighter 

Crockett, Finley M. (See Elson and Crockett.) 

Crockett, James D., Ripley, Miss. Muzzle 



Crockford. Alfred H, Newark, N. J. Steam-generator 

Crofoot, George W., assignor to H. L. Crofoot, Tully, and G. H. Smith, Baldwinsville, N. Y. 
Two-wheeled vehicle 

Crofoot, Harriet L., et al. (See Crofoot, George W., assignor.) 

Croft, David L., Springfield, Ohio. Blackboard-eraser 

Croft, David L., Springfield, Ohio. Motor ... 

Croft, Edward, assignor to Waterbury Horse Nail Company, Waterbury, Conn. Machine 
for rolling horseshoe-nails 

Croft, Henry, Jr., Springfield, Ohio. Power-converter 

Croft, Silas C. (See Peterson, Adolphus, assignor.) 

Crompton, George. (See Wyman, Horace, assignor.) 

Crompton, George, Worcester, Mass. Loom 

Crompton, George, Worcester, Mass. Mechanical movement 

Crompton, George, Worcester, Mass. Loom 

Crompton, George, and H. Wyman, Worcester, Mass., assignors to said Crompton. Me- 
chanical movement 

Crompton, George, and H. Wyman, Worcester, Mass.; said Wyman assignor to said Cromp- 
ton. Loom-temple 

Crongeyer, Charles A., assignor to himself and G. W. Busch, Detroit, Mich. Mechanical 



toy 



280,354 
274,912 
272.41G 
287,250 

285,344 
270,752 
273,820 



285,235 
284,949 

270,394 
279,347 
279,348 

282,959 

286,533 

288,926 
278,685 

278.8S9 

274,279 
274,565 
286.270 
290,667 
282.960 
289,235 



Cronk, William, Havana, N. Y. Barn-door hanger and rail-bracket 

Oronlt, William, Havana, N. Y. Stay-roller for sliding doors 

Cronk, William, Havana, N. Y. Stay-roller for sliding doors 

Cronvn, William M. (See Conly. Mahlon S., assignor.) 

Crool<o, Henry S. and L., New York, N. Y. Combined foil and paper fabric 

Crooke, Lewis. (See Crooke, Henry S. and L.) 

Crooke, Thomas, Newark, N. J. Mouse-trap 



275.364 
274, ',27 
278,315 
276,780 
290,543 



280,295 
289,753 
282,961 
278,101 

289,391 

278,511 

278,512 
278,225 
287,806 
281,180 



281,672 
279.226 

282.962 
271,805 

281,345 



272,214 
282,172 

290,976 

274,566 
283,757 

285,800 
287,634 



274,913 
274,114 
282,502 

281,842 

284,120 

271,686 
272,031 
288,980 
288,981 

289,505 

270,753 



July 3 

Apr. 3 

Feb. 20 

Oct. 23 

Sept. 18 
Jan. 16 
Mar. 13 



Sept. 18 
Sept. 11 

Jan. 9 
June 12 
June 12 

Aug. 14 

Oct. 9 
Nov. 20 
June 5 

June 5 

Mar. 20 
Mar. 27 
Oct. 9 
Dec. 25 
Aug. 14 
Nov. 27 



Apr. 10 
Mar. 27 
May 29 
May 1 
Dec. 18 



June 26 
Dec. 4 

Aug. 14 
May 22 

Dec. 4 
May 29 
May 29 
Mav 22 
Nov. 6 
July 10 

July 24 
June 12 
Aug. 14 
Feb. 6 

July 17 

Feb. 13 
July 31 

Dec. 25 

Mar. 27 
Aug. 28 

Oct. 2 
Oct. 30 

Apr. 3 
Apr. 3 
Aug. 7 

July 24 

Aug. 28 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 13 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Dec. 4 

Jan. 1C 



19 

24 

1051 

1864 

1447 

1150 

755 



1325 
968 



921 

922 

574 

939 

1420 
11 

290 

1330 
1722 

600 
1643 

576 
1800 



652 
1907 
2236 

326 
1483 



2063 
478 
577 

1934 

21 

2485 

2487 

20P6 

20 

1041 



1675 
762 
577 
263 

1257 

778 
2331 

2055 

1723 
1565 

22 

2364 



27 
32 
31 

1899 

2025 

123 
556 
1494 
1495 

168 

1154 



5 

7 

295 

510 

408 

(329 
$330 

205 



373 
272 

203 

257 
257 

162 

253 

391 

3 

84 

367 
478 
165 
452 
163 
498 



174 
532 



85 
410 



580 
135 
163 
531 

7 
C 678 
) 679 

679 

577 

7 

289 



45G 

211 

163 

73 

350 

(215 

)216 

643 

565 

479 
441 

7,8 
638 



9,10 

518 

563 

34 
150 
414 

414 

46 
330 



24 
23 
23 
25 

24 

1 23 

23 



24 
24 

23 
23 
23 

24 

25 
25 
23 

23 

23 
23 
25 
25 
24 
25 



23 
2:i 
23 

23 
25 



23 
25 
24 
23 

25 

1 23 

23 
23 
25 
24 



24 
23 
24 
23 



1 23 
24 

25 

23 
24 

25 
25 



23 
23 
24 

24 

24 

23 

23 
25 
25 

25 

23 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



75 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Cropper, John, Neve York, 1ST. T. "Water-closet bowl 

Crosby, George H., Somerville, Mass. Steam-pressure gage 

Crosby, George H., Somerville, Mass. Hydraulic trap 

Crosby, George H. , Somerville, Mass. Trap for steam-pressure gages 

Crosby, George S., Bridgeport, Conn. Toy 

Crosby, George S., assignor of one-half to J. "Watson, Jr., Bridgeport, Conn. Toy vehicle 

Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Company. (See Meady, Albert C, assignor.) 

Crosier, Thomas, Columbus, Ohio. Tool for expanding and beading flues- 

Cross, Abraham V., Williamsport, I'a. Cutter-head 

Cross, Abraham V., Williamsport, Pa. Feed-roller for planing-iuachines 

Cross, Albert L. (See Cross, John L., assignor.) 

Cross, Benjamin C, Dewsbury, county of York, England. "Water-closet 

Cross, Edwin M., Syracuse, N. Y. Belting 

Cross, Frank "W., Lynn, Mass. Button-hole sowing-machine 

Cross, Freeman H., Pulaski, assignor of one-half to B. D. Gardner, Adams, N. Y- Mech- 
anism for converting motion 

Cross, George "W., Gardiner. Me., assignor to E. Ingram, Philadelphia, Pa. Car-coupling. 

Cross. Jerome A., Fultonville, N. Y. Truck for conveying material on an elevated track. 

Cross. Jerome A.. Fultonville, 1ST. Y. Bucket for conveying ensilage, coal, plaster, &o ... 

Cross, John 0. (See Mors and Cross.) 

Cross. John L., Philadelphia, Pa. Heel-burnishing machine 

Cross, John L., assignor to A. L. Cross, Philadelphia, Pa. Buffing-pad 

Cross, William G, Boston, Mass. Machinery for folding paper, &c 

Cross, "William C., Boston, Mass. Necktie 

Cross, William C., Boston, Mass. Necktie 

Grosser, Simon, et al. (See Secor, William H., assignor.) 

Crossette, Charles H., Chicago, 111. Necktie or scarf fastener 

Cresset te, Charles H.. Chicago, 111. Neck-scarf 

Crossley, Harry A., Cleveland, Ohio. Knife for stave-jointing machines 

Crossley, Harry A., Cleveland, Ohio. Balancing knives for wood-working machines 

Crossley. Louis J., Halifax, county of York, England. Telephone-receiver 

Crossman, Amory "W., West "Warren, Mass. Drawing-knife and attachment therefor 

Crosthwaite, James D., assignor to S. S. Whito Dental Manufacturing Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. File - 

Crotts, George S., Philadelphia, Pa. Glass batch mixer 

Crouch, George, New York, N. Y. Clasp for pocket-books, &c 

Crouch, Georae. New York, N. Y. Frame for hand-bags .... 

Crouch, George, New York, N. Y., assignor to J. H. Sessions, Bristol, Conn. Trunk-catch 

Crowe, Alexander F., Emporia, Kans. Brick-mold _ 

Crowe. Thomas, South Chicago, 111. Bessemer converter 

Crowell, Hilen C , Erie, Pa. Shaft-hanger 

Crowell, Hilen C, Erie, Pa. Machine for sawing segment-blocks 

Crowell, Hilen C, Erie, Pa. Shaft-hanger 

Crowell, Hilen C., Erie, Pa. Friction-clutch 

Crowell, Hilen C, Erie, Pa. Taper-sleeve fastening for pulleys, &c 

Crowell, Hilen C, Erie, Pa. Dead-pulley rig 

Crowell, Hilen C., Erie, Pa. Dead-pulley rig 

Crowell, Horace S., et al. (See Pattyson, William D. C, assignor.) 

Crowell, John, Jr. (See Brainard, Curtis B., assignor.) 

Crowell, John, Jr. (See Whitney, Buel W., assignor.) 

Crowell, John H., Providence, B. I. Dividers 

Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sheet-delivery apparatus for printing-machines 

Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, assignor to E. Hoe & Co., New York, N. Y. Air-cushioning 
apparatus for printing-machines 

Crowell, Luther C, Boston, Mass., assignor to B. Hoe & Co., New York, N. Y. Paper- 
folding machine. (Beissue) , 

Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, assignor to B. Hoe &. Co., New York, N. Y. Sheet-delivery) 
apparatus $ 

Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, assignor to E. Hoe & Co., New York, N. Y. Folding-machine 

Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, assignor to B. Hoe & Co., New York, N. Y. Air-cushioning 

apparatus for printing-machines - 

Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, assignor to B. Hoe & Co., New York, N. Y. Sheet feeding 
and registering apparatus 

Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, assignor to B. Hoe & Co., New York, N. Y. Sheet feeding 
and registering apparatus .; 

Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, assignor to B. Hoe & Co., New York, N. Y. Folding-ma- 
chine 

Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, assignor to B. Hoe &. Co., New York, N. Y. Sheet-delivery, 
apparatus ' 

Crowley, David, assignor of three- fourths to E. "W. Creecy and K. "Walsh, "Washington, D. C. 
Fire-escape , 

Crowley, Fredrick G., Sedalia. Mo. Vehicle-pole 

Crowley, John H., Philadelphia, Pa. Loom-temple 

Crowley, John H., and B. M. Temple, Galveston, Tex. Split switch 

Crowley, Peter J. (See Starke and Crowley.) 

Crowley, Thomas L., Bew, Pa. Tubing, packing, and operating oil-wells 

Crowson, William L., Memphis, Tenn. Combined cleaner and feeder for cotton-gins 

Ciowther, Henry, assignor of one-fourth to "W. L. Chaffee, Providence, B. I. "Wrench 

Crozier, George W. (See Ellis, Ealph E., assignor.) 

Crozier, William C, Knoxville, Term. Fruit-drier 









Monthly 


Official 








volume. 


Gazette. 


No. 


Date. 




















o 


be 




9 








P. 


P 


o 


bl 


270,754 


Jan. 


16 


1154 


- 330 


23 


240 


272. SCO 


Feb. 


27 


1029 


456 


23 


748 


280,355 


July 


3 


20 


5 


24 


6 


288,093 


Nov. 


2U 


1142 


314 


25 


721 


270,524 


Apr. 


24 


2124 


591 


23 


1614 


270,227 


Apr. 


24 


1739 


482 


23 


1549 


281,340 


July 


17 


1259 


350 


24 


235 


275,890 


Apr. 


17 


1335 


368 


23 


1471 


280,720 


July 


3 


457 


131 


24 


82 


270,934 


Jan. 


23 


1369 


395 


23 


286 


274.280 


Mar. 


20 


1331 


367 


23 


1079 


279,349 


June 12 


923 


(257 
|258 


J23 


2290 


281,347 


July 


17 


1200 


350 


24 


236 


280,271 


Oct. 


9 


001 


165 


25 


120 


270,755 


Jan. 


16 


1155 


331 


23 


240 


270,756 


Jan. 


16 


1156 


331 


23 


241 


278,102 


May 


22 


1935 


531 


23 


1979 


290,031 


Dec. 


18 


1598 


439 


25 


1182 


275,154 


Apr. 


3 


356 


98 


23 


1288 


288,192 


Nov. 





491 


137 


25 


593 


288,501 


Nov. 


13 


971 


267 


25 


685 


277,405 


May 


15 


1181 


317 


23 


1842 


278,316 


May 


29 


2236 


613 


23 


2039 


209,831 


Jan. 


2 


16 


6 


23 


5 


285,230 


Sept. 


18 


1326 


374 


24 


1146 


280,800 


July 


10 


581 


162 


24 


109 


280,787 


Oct. 


16 


1267 


343 


25 


245 


273,821 


Mar. 


13 


757 


205 


23 


972 


284,121 


Aug. 


28 


2026 


564 


24 


889 


276,302 


Apr. 


24 


1920 


532 


23 


1579 


282.850 


Aug. 


7 


450 


127 


24 


580 


290,977 


Deo. 


25 


2050 


560 


25 


1267 


283,758 


Aug. 


28 


1560 


441 


24 


809 


283,577 


Aug. 


21 


1341 


374 


24 


754 


272,801 


Feb. 


27 


1030 


456 
(338 


23 


748 


275,807 


Apr. 


17 


1235 


^339 
(340 


^23 


1453 


278.404 


May 


29 


2354 


643 


23 


2060 


281,242 


July 


17 


1130 


311 


24 


213 


281,018 


July 


17 


1600 


(437 
1438 


(24 


292 


285,407 


Sept. 


25 


1602 


450 


24 


1201 


289,073 


Nov. 


27 


1609 


440 


25 


812 


285,017 


Sept. 


18 


1066 


298 


24 


1101 


270,672 


May 


1 


105 


f 42 
I 43 
1 44 
[ 45 


1 23 


1654 


274,084 


Mar. 


13 


1074 


296 
(103 


23 


1026 


10,300 


Apr. 


3 


60S 


<104 
(165 
(343 


V23 


1328 


277,548 


May 


15 


1280 


<344 
(345 


^23 


1858 


277,549 


May 


15 


1283 


345 


23 


1858 


277,550 


May 


15 


1285 


345 

f 36 

37 


23 

1 


1858 


278,777 


June 


5 


125 


<J 38 
| 39 
I 40 
( 40 


p3 


2145 


278,778 


June 


5 


136 


41 
( 42 


1 23 


2146 


281,619 


July 


17 


1601 


(438 
)439 


J24 


292 


231,754 


July 


24 


1785 


(480 
t 487 


J 24 


329 


276.363 


Apr. 


24 


1920 


532 


23 


1579 


275,470 


Apr. 


10 


801 


216 


23 


1371 


270,939 


May 


1 


558 


145 


23 


1721 


277,084 


May 


15 


1439 


388 


23 


1885 


280,139 


June 20 


1875 


528 


23 


2467 


279,720 


June 19 


1374 


(383 

1384 

392 


^23 

25 


2372 


288,927 


Nov. 


20 


1422 


772 


277,685 


May 


15 


1440 


(388 
1 389 


^23 


1885 



76 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Crull, Emily B. (See dull, Peter D., assignor.) 

dull, Peter D., assignor to E. B. Crull, Boodhouse, 111. Boot and shoe jack 

Crum, Charles L., Winchester, Va. Cask 

Crumbie, Alexander, Brooklyn, N. Y. Baker's oven 

Crusius, Ludwig, Kaiserslautern, Bavaria, Germany. Steam and water heat radiating ap- 
paratus - 



Crutchfiekl, William T., Henry Station, Tenn. Pea-huller 

Crutsinger. Charles W., St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for casting printers' rollers 

Cruttenden, George E. (See Smith, Henry V., assignor.) 

Cubberley, Henry S., and D. Mann, Bloomington, HI. Water-crane 

Cubbins, Thomas, Memphis, Tenn. Cistern-cover 

Cuhley, Edwin J., Ravenswood, 111. Banjo 

Culbertson, James C, and W. A. Eudaly, Cincinnati, Ohio. Kiln and furnace for burn- 
ing brick, tilo, &c 

Culbertson. John W. , Indianapolis, Ind. Artificial ear-drum 

Cullen, Curtis, Knoxville, Tenn. Fruit-drier 

Cullen, Israel, Pittsburg, Pa. Brick-machine 

Cullen, William E., Logansport, Ind. Eire-escape 

Cullinan, Paul J., New York, N. Y. Comb 
Cullingworth, George R., New York, N. Y. 
Cullingworth, George R,, New York, N. Y. 
Cullingworth, George R., New York, N. Y. 
Cullingworth, George R., Now York, N. Y. 
Cullingworth, George R., New York, N. Y. 
Cullingworth, George R., New York, N. Y. 
Cullingworth, George R., New York, N. Y. 



Inlet-valvo for air-compressors 

Outlet-valve for air-compressors 

Journal-box 

Safety-governor for air-compressors . 

Rock drill support 

Tripod for rock-drills 

Air-compressor- 



Cullingworth, George R., and C. W. Potter, assignors to Sergeant & Cullingworth Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Pressure-regulator for air-compressors 

Cullingworth, George R., and C. W. Potter, assignors to Sergeant & Cullingworth Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Inlet-valve for air-compressors 

Cullmer, George I., et al. (See Weiss, Charles W., assignor.) 

Culver. George M. (See Erazee and Culver.) 

Culver, Ira, Cleveland, Ohio. Screw-cutting head 

Culver, John M. (See Hoyt, Lewis S.. assignor.) 

Culver, John P., Tucson, Ariz. Ter. Water, gas, or drain pipe 

Culver, Joseph E., Jersey City, N. J. Steam-generator 

Culver, Lucius L., St. Louis, Mo. Range and stove 



Culver, WillardB., Pittston, Pa. Boiler-feed 

Cumberland Hydraulic Cement and Manufacturing Company. (See De Smedt, Edward 
J., assignor.) 

Cumberbatch, Isaac, Newark, N. J. Hamper-regulator 

Cuming, Mari A.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Revolving hat-blocking table 

Cummer Engine Company. (See Cummer, Franklin H., assignor.) 

Cummer, Franklin D., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Cummer Engine Company, Cleveland,! 
Ohio. Steam-engine .' .' < 

dimming, James B., and B. F. Van Amringe, Oaklaud, Cal. Carpenter's bevel 

dimming, James P. (See McCarthy and dimming.) 

Cummings, Albert G., Harrisburg, assignor- to Pennsylvania Steel Company, Steelton, Pa. 

Interlocking apparatus - 

Cummings, Albert G., Harrisburg, assignor to Pennsylvania Steel Company, Steelton, Pa. 

Deflection-stand for switch and signal connections 

Cummings, Albert G., Harrisburg, assignor to Pennsylvania Steel Company, Steelton, Pa. 

Apparatus for operating railway switches and signals 

Cummings, Albert G., Harrisburg, assignor to Pennsylvania Steel Company, Steelton, Pa. 

Signal apparatus - 

Cummings, Albert G., Harrisburg, assignor to Pennsylvania Steel Company, Steelton, Pa. 

Safety appliance for railways ' 

Cummings, Albert G., Harrisburg, assignor to Pennsylvania Steel Company, Steelton, Pa. 

Apparatus for operating railway-signals 

Cummings, Allan, New York, N. Y. Ventilating-damper for stove pipes and flues 

Cummings, Charles, Virginia City, assignor of one-half to E. F. Verrill and A. Fraser.i 

Reno, Nev. Electric signaling apparatus J 

Cummings, Charles C. (See Birch, John S., assignor.) 

Cummings, Curtis S., and C. A. Shank, Gloversville, N. Y. ; said Shank assignor to said 

Cummings. Manufacture of paper or pasteboard 

C ummings, Eustace, Woburn, Mass. Leather-splitting machine 



Cummings, George W, Cohoes, N. Y. Burr for knitting-machines and means for support- 
ing the same 

Cummings, H. J. B., et al. (See Schwaner, Christian C, assignor.) 

Cummings, John, Jr. (See Dodge and Cummings.) 

Cummings, Robert F. (See Barrows and Cummings.) 

Cummings, Uriah, Buffalo, N. Y. Furnace s 

Cummins, John E., Arlington, Ky. Grain-cleaner 

Cunimiskey, Michael N. , Patersoii, N. J. Valve-gear 

Oummiskey, Michael N., Paterson, N. J. Cut-off valve 

Cund.v, William H., Boston, Mass. Clarionet-case 

Cunningham, Albert, assignor to J. M. Stowell, Milwaukee, Wis. Steam feed-works for 
saw-mills 

Cunningham, Andrew, Troy, and H. Bickford, assignors to Bickford & Huffman, Macedon.i 
N. Y. Fertilizer-distributer < 

Cunningham, Fieldon B., assignor of one-half to C. 0. Brown, Burlington, Kans. Car-coup- 



ling 



Cunningham, 
Cunningham, 
Cunningham, 
Cunningham, 
Cunningham, 
Cunningham, 

for vehicles 
Cunningham, 

sex, and W. 



Herman E., et al. (See Stamour, John B., assignor.) 

James H.. and N. M. Dickerson, Cross Timbers, Mo. Fence 

John. (See Burling, Benjamin H., assignor.) 
John E. (See Cobbett and Cunningham.) 

John M., assignor of one-third to T. Blanch.'ird, Flora, 111. Fire-escape 

Peter B., assignor of one-half to A. Barnes, Allentown, Pa. Platform-gear 



Robert S., London, C. V. Houssart, 72 Lichfield Road, Bow, county of Middle- 
May, 20 Broughton Street, Battersea, county of Surrey, England. Tramway. 



No. 



287,100 
276.364 

271,800 

279,721 
273,968 
274,728 

280,140 
28"), 801 
274,915 

281,029 

270,284 
285,018 

276,228 

279,638 
279.227 
287,004 
287,005 
287.006 
287,101 
287,102 
287,103 
287,104 

287,105 

287,007 



274,281 

271,687 
289,989 

289,988 

280.721 



283,578 
271,807 



281,843 
278,405 

270,024 

271,608 

271,808 

272,122 

276,564 

277,118 
274,567 

275,600 

279,350 
288,551 



289,990 
274,468 
270,395 
270.396 
270,640 

274,568 
286,910 

288,928 
286,182 

290,177 
277,834 
275,808 



Date. 



Oct. 23 
Apr. 24 
Feb. 6 

June 19 
Mar. 13 
Mar. 27 

June 26 
Oct. 2 
Apr. 3 

July 10 

Jan. 9 

Sept. 18 

Apr. 24 

June 19 
Juno 12 
Oct. 23 
Oct. 23 
Oct. 23 
Oct. 23 
Oct. 23 
Oct. 23 
Oct, 23 

Oct. 23 

Oct, 23 



Mar. 20 

Feh 6 

Dec. 11 

Dec. 11 

July 3 



Aug. 21 
Feb". 6 



July 24 



Monthly 
volume. 



1673 

1922 

265 

1375 

933 

1907 

1879 
24 
35 

852 

543 
1067 

1740 

1279 
765 
1548 
1548 
1549 
1674 
1675 
1676 
1677 

1681 

1550 



1332 

123 

766 

765 

458 



1341 
266 



1901 



May 29 j 2355 



Jan. 2 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 13 

May 1 

May 8 
Mar. 27 

Apr. 10 

June 12 
Nov. 13 

Sept. 4 

Dec. 11 

Mar. 27 
Jan. 9 
Jan. 9 
Jan. 16 

Mar. 27 
Oct. 16 

Nov. 20 
Oct. 9 

Dec. 11 

May 15 
Apr. 17 



233 

30 

267 

674 

26 

768 
1724 

955 

926 
958 



772 
1580 



689 
1005 



1725 
1425 



1422 
495 



1610 
1237 



459 

533 

73 

384 
256 
533 

529 

8 

9 

< 236 

}237 

160 

298 

(482 

1 483 

355 

211 

426 

427 

427 

459 

460 

460 

460 

401 

427 



367 

34 

216 

,'215 

i 216 

131 



374 

74 



(5 



74,75 
184 

7 

202 

479 

(259 

\ 260 



(203 
$204 

43 



217 
434 
204 
204 
290 

479 
^391 
[392 

392 

137 



278 
440 
340 



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Gazette. 



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23 
23 

23 
23 
23 

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25 
23 



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24 



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23 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 



25 



23 
25 

1 25 

24 



24 
23 



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23 

23 

23 

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23 

[23 

23 
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23 
23 
23 
23 

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25 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 



77 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Cunningham, Seymour, Troy, N. Y. Metal lawn-tennis net 

Cunningham, Thomas, et al. (See Stamour, John B., assignor.) 
Cunningham, W. P., et al. (See Duncan ami Eveus, assignors.) 

Cunningham, William J., Philadelphia, Pa. Carbonatiug apparatus 

Cupit, Allied, Philadelphia, Pa. Clock- winding device 

Curl. Reuben . et al. (See Reynolds, David E., assignor.) 

Cm hy, Terence F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fork-guard 

Curley, Tliomas. (See Mausfleld, Eben B., assignor.) 

Curpen. Ferdinand A.. Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Hair-spring protector for watches 

Curran, Charles A., Albany, Oreg. Fruit-pitter 

Oman, Charles A., Albany, Oreg. Fruit-drier 

(ui i an. John J-, Chicago, 111. Lumber-drier 

Curridcn, Samuel W. "(See Baker, Edgar, assignor.) 

Currier, Alfred. (See Klaiber and Curi ier.) 

Currier, Frank T. (Sec Currier, Timothy J. and F. T.) 

Currier, Jacob B., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Currier Telephone Bell Company, of Massa- 

eliusetls. Electric call 

Currier, Jacob 15., and D. H. Rice, Lowell, Mass. Electric call 

Currier, Timothy J. and F. T., Worcester, Mass. Drilling-machine 

i hi i ier Telephone Bell Company. (Seo Currier, Jacob B., assignor.) 

Currier. Walter W.. Haverhill, Mass. Leather-skiving machine 

Curry, B. J. (See Hobbs, James W., assignor.) 

Curry. Burwell J., Huutsville, Ala. Machine for gathering cotton 

Curry. Bin well J., Huutsville. Ala. Cotton chopper and cultivator 

Curry. Joseph E., Lawrence, Kans. Wind-gage for thrashing and cleaning machines 

Curry. Joseph P.. assignor of one-half to W. Tomlinson, Viucennes, Ind. Carpet-stretcher. 

Curl ice, Grovenor A., HopUinton, N. H. Mixture for preserving eggs 

Curtice, John M.. Lowell, Mass. Bobbin-holder for spooling-machines 

Curt in. David, Jamestown, Dak. Ter. Lantern 

Curt in. John. Marion, Ya. Hub-attaching device 

Curtis, Albert B. (See Curtis, Francis and A. B.) 

Curtis. Alice A., Byron Centre, Mich. Baking-dish cover 

Curtis. Andrew J.. Monroe, Me. Buttonhole cutter and tracer 

Curtis, Benjamin S., and J. A. Cook, Cape May, N. J. Portable elevated railway 

Curtis. Charles. (See Wallaco and Griffin, assignors.) 

Curtis. Charles A.. Kirtland, Ohio. Thill-coupling bolt 

Curtis. Charles C, and H. Gr. Lewis, North Lansing, Mich. Toy gun 

Curtis, Charles G. (See Crocker, Curtis, and Wheeler.) 

Curtis, Charles G (See Dickerson and Curtis.) 

Curtis, Charles G. (See Wheeler. Curtis, and Crocker.) 

Curtis, CharlesG, and F. B. Crocker, New York, N. Y. Electric locomotive 

Curtis, Charles P.. et al (See Harris, Charles A., assignor.) 
Curtis & Co., William B. (Sec Curtiss, William B., assignor.) 
Curtis, Dexter. (See Lynch, Matthew W., assignor ) 

Curtis, Dudlev W.. assignor of one-half to S. Davis, Pomeroy, Ohio. Ice-cream freezer 

Curtis, Francis. (See Russell and Curtis.) 

Curtis, Francis. (See Russell and Curtis.) (Reissue.) 

Curtis, Francis and A. B., Chicopee, Mass. Metal-screw machine 

Curtis. George H. (See Gifford, George S., assignor.) 

Curtis, George S., assignor of one-half to S. D. Kimbark, Chicago, HI. Metallic fence-post 

Curt is, Isaac R., Newark, N. J. Attachment for pair's 

Curtis, Israel B. (See Hutcbins, William J., assignor.) 

Curtis, Israel B., Joliet. 111. Anchor for check-row cords 

Curtis, James A. (See Renick and Curtis.) 

Curtis. John D., Worcester, Mass. Fencing-clasp 

Curtis, John S. (See Curtis, Wallace B. and J. S.) 

Curtis, Leonard E. (See Weston and Curtis.) 

Curtis. Martin M.. assignor of one-half to C. E. Seely, St. Cloud, Minn. Hedge-trimmer. .. 

Curtis, Paul A.. New York. N. Y. MetalUc seal 

Curtis, Roderick P. (See Forbes, William D., assignor.) 

Curtis, Wallace B. and J. S., Pomeroy, Ohio. Corn-planter 

Curtis. William E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Carriage-curtain fastener 

Curtis. William R., assignor to Sigwalt Sewing Machine Company, Chicago, HI. Sewing- 
machine stand 

Curtiss, Ammi H. (See Rockfellow, Andrews, assignor.) 

Curtiss, Enos, Findlay, Ohio. Journal-box attachment 

Curtiss, Samuel, Brooklyn. N. T . Strip for repelling and destroying vermin 

Curtiss, William B., Danbury, Conn. Wire frame for hat-brims 



Curtiss, William B., assignor to W. B. Curtis & Co., Danbury, Conn. Machine for bend-i 
ing and forming wire • 

Curtiss. Marshall S., Pullman, 111. Recliuing-chair 

Cushman, Henry S., Milford, Mass. Nail 

Cushman. Henry S., assignor of one-half to H. S. Bacon, Milford, Mass. Boot or shoe 

Cushman, Horatio L. (See Pierce, Zenas B., assignor.) 

Cuskley. Philip L.. Portland. Me. Envelope 

Cussons. John, Glen Allen, Ya. Calendar 

Custer. George, Lima. Ohio. Caster 

Cuthhertson. James W., liothwell, Ontario, Canada. Metallic coal-oil barrel 

Cutlan. Frederick. Leicester, county of Leicester, England. Heel-paring machine 

Cuthr, Ahner, assignor to A. Cutler &. Son, Buffalo, N. Y. Inkstand 

Cutler, Abner, assignor to A. Cuthr & Son, Buffalo, N. Y. Drawer-clamp 

Cutler, Clarence B.7 Scbodack, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Cutler. Clarence B.. Schodack, N. Y. Hot-air furnace 

Cutler, Henry. North Wilbraham, Mass. Grain drying and cooling shelf 

Cutler, Henry. North Wilbraham, Mass. Yertical-disk grinding-mill 

Cutler. Horace D.. Glenwood. Mo. Fire-escape 

Cutler. James G., Rochester, N. Y. Letter-box connection 

Cutler &. Son, A. (See Cutler, Abner. assignor.) 

Cutler, Thomas O., Jersey City, N. J. Machine for grinding minerals, &c 

Cutler, Thomas 0., Jersey City, N. J. Grinding-mill 

Cutten, James H., Boston, Mass., assignor to National Waterproof Shoe Company, Port- 
land, Me. Attachment for boot and sboe sewing machines 



277,551 



200,749 
273,471 

275,155 

273,034 
276,365 
278,890 
274,282 



272,862 
276,960 
287,366 

281,979 

273,035 

284,389 
276,781 
2R6.788 
274,283 
278,406 
270,397 
278,513 

287,635 
278,103 
285,116 

270,935 

287,507 



271,042 

289,336 

280,296 

278,779 
289,894 

273,263 

284,390 



289,074 
271,224 

283,213 
289,991 

285,019 

270,757 
274,284 
288,313 

283,327 

280,356 
280,801 
279,859 

279,543 

277,411 
270,758 
284,950 
274,109 
283.467 
283,468 
274,569 
280,455 
277,686 
283,328 
283,702 
284,951 

278,407 
281,030 

275,365 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



May 15 



Deo. 25 
Mar. 6 

Apr. 3 

Feb. 27 
Apr. 24 
Juno 5 
Mar. 20 



Feb. 27 
May 1 
Oct. 23 

July 24 

Feb. 27 
Sept. 4 
May 1 
Oct. 16 
Mar. 20 
May 29 
Jan. 9 
May 29 

Oct. 30 

May 22 
Sept. 18 

Jan. 23 
Oct. 30 



Jan. 23 

Nov. 27 

June 26 

June 5 
Dec. 11 

Mar. 6 

Sept. 4 



Nov. 27 
Jan. 30 

Aug. 14 
Dec. 11 

Sept. 18 

Jan. 16 
Mar. 20 
Nov. 13 

Aug. 14 

July 3 
July 10 
June 19 

June 19 
May 8 
Jan. 16 
Sept, 11 
Mar. 20 
Aug. 21 
Aug. 21 
Mar. 27 
July 3 
May 15 
Aug. 14 
Aug. 21 
Sept. 11 

May 29 
July 10 

Apr. 10 



1287 



1763 
299 

359 

1842 
1923 
293 
1333 



1631 

559 

2006 

2067 

1842 
283 
327 
1268 
1335 
2356 
690 
2489 

2366 
1936 
1185 

1370 
2184 



14!)8 



1924 



2061 



143 
655 



23 

"284 



1611 
1725 

885 
"773 

1068 

1157 
1330 
647 

1025 

21 

582 

1536 

1170 
1106 
1158 

970 
1113 
1209 
1210 
1727 

147 
1442 
1032 
1481 

971 

2358 
855 



346 



486 
81 

98 

515 
533 

4.85 
368 



457 
146 
546 

566 

515 
79 
85 

343 



644 
204 
680 

638 
531 
332 

395 
593 



433 



535 



580 
581 



42 
183 



446 
500 

247 
217 

298 

331 

368 

177 

(287 

<288 

(289 

6 

162 

429 

324 
297 
331 
272 
307 
340 
340 
480 
39,40 
389 
290 
417 
273 

644 
237 



Official 
Gazette. 



23 



23 



25 



23 



654 175 I 23 



78 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date.- 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Cutter, Francis L.. Brooklyn, N. T. Card and sample holder 

Cutter, Norman W. (See Worswick and Cutter.) 

Cutter, "William P., assignor of one-half to M. B. Hinds, Everett, Mass. Hatchet 

Cutter, William T., Hastings-upon ; Hudson, N. Y., assignor to International Pavement 

Company, of Connecticut. Paving-block 

Cutting, Leonard M. (See Stelle and Cutting.) 

Cutting, Robert S., Providence, R. I., and H. A. Spencer, New York, N. Y. Pen-holder . 

Cuyle, Nathan J., Oswego, N. Y. Excavator and wrecker combined 

C werdinski, Alphonse T., St. Louis, Mo. Pencil-holder 

Cypert, Jessee 13., Waynesborough, Tenn. Tire-tightener 

Cyphers, Paul. (See Johannes and Cyphers ) 

Cyr, Oliver, assignor of one-half to W. L. Charon, Haverhill, Mass. Heel-burnishing ma- 
chine 



Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. 
Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. 
Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. 
Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. 
Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. 
Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. 
Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. 
Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. 
Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. 
Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. 
Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. 
Dagger, Madison, Newtown, 



Da Cunha, George W., Montclair, N. J. Projecting corner-piece for plastered walls 

Dable, John, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for coating lampshades with silver 

Daft, Leo, Greenville, N. J. Electric-arc lamp 

Electric-arc lamp 

Electric-arc lamp 

Armature for dynamo-electric machines 

Electric railway 

Armature for dynamo-electric machines 

Electric locomotive 

Rail for electric railways 

Electric locomotive 

Electric locomotive-engine 

Electro-magnetic brake 

Conductor for electric railways 

Ind. Pence 

Daggett, ( 'hristopher, London, England. Button and fastener 

Daggett, Homer M., Jr., Attlebordugh, Mass. Jewelry 

Daggett, John C, assignor to Colburn, Puller & Co., Boston, Mass. Shoe 

Dahlman, Charles. (See Dahlman, Isaac H. and C.) 

Dahlman, Isaac H. and C. New York, N. Y. Stock-car 

Daigneau, Jeremiah, St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada. Bark-cutter 

Dailey, George J. (See Marin, Charles, assignor.) 

Daily, Josiah, Madison, Ind. Flavoring-extract for sirup and sugar. (Reissue) 

Dairi, Joseph, Jr. , Kansas City, Mo. Horse hay -rake " 

Dainard, Milton. West Exeter, N. Y. Machine-table 

Daisley, Howard, assignor to Ray, Daisley & Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Coal-oil stove 

Daisy Sewing Machine Company. (See Tnlly, T. De Quincy, assignor.) 

Dalby, George S., North Scitnate, Mass. Jack for holding boots and shoes 

Dale, John. (See Simar and Dale.) 

Dale, Lorenzo H. (See Blood, Hiram, assignor.) 

Dale, Oliver S., and A. Barnes, Michigan City, Ind. Car-coupling 

Dale, Samuel, Boonesborough, Iowa. "Builder's scaffold or mortar-board 

Dale, Samuel, Boonesborough, Iowa. Hod-elevator 

Daley, Michael, "Waterman, 111. Horse hay-rake 

Dalie. John G., Springfield, Ohio. Screw-cutting tool 

Dallas, William, et al. (See Swartout, William H., assignor.) 

Dalton, Clarence L., West Elkton, Ohio. Thill-coupling 

Dalton, James T., Central Palls, R. I. Car-coupling .... 

Dalton, Richard, Wilmette, 111. Wagon 

Daly, Michael J., New York, N. Y., assignor to J. G. Pennycuick, Boston, Mass. Lens 

for vault-lights 

Daly, Thomas J., San Francisco, Cal. Railway-switch 

Daly, William H. (See Oram, George C, assignor.) 

Dalzell, J. Allan. New York, N. Y. Electric-arc lamp 

Dalzell, -James. Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture of peg-lamps 

Dalzell, John H., et al. (See Haskin, TJri, assignor.) 

Dame, Charles S., Lanark, HI. Combined hay rake and loader.. .. 



Damon, Isaac T., et ah (See Ellis, Joseph L., assignor.) 
Damon, Johu A. (See Ellis, Joseph L., assignor.) 

Damp, John, Ashland, Ohio. Machine for separating grain, meal, &c 

Dana, Charles H., West Lebanon, N. H. Shepherd's crook 

Dana, Charles H.. Jr., West Lebanon, N. H. Calendar 

Dancel, Christian, New York, N . Y. Machine for gaging and marking leather 

Dancel, Christian, New York, assignor to Harris Button Hole Company, (limited,) Brook-i 

lyn, N. Y. Machine for making leather button-hole linings \ 

Danden, Louis. (See Chertemps and Danden.) 

Dane, Joseph C, and W. L. Card, La Crosse, Wis. Amalgamator 

Danforth, Simeon C. (See Van Trump, Daniel, assignor.) 

Danforth, Simeon C., Watson, Mo. Washing-machine 

Dangler, D. A. (See Kelts and Adams, assignors.) 
Dangler. David A. (See Kells, Edward, assignor.) 

Daniel, Charles, Butler, Mo. Gate-hanger 

Daniel, Ellison A., Bluff Mills, Tex. Combined chopper and cultivator 

Daniel, John W, Augusta, Ky. Aging leaf-tobacco 

Daniels, Ebenezer B.7 East Point, Pa., and E. A. De Witt, Odessa, N. Y. Plow-sulky 

Daniels, Fred H., Worcester, Mass. Rolling metal rods and bars 

Daniels, Fred H., Worcester, Mass. Making wire rods 

Daniels, Fred H., Worcester, Mass. Wire-rod rolling-mill 



286,912 
287,251 
269,832 
280,015 
271,225 
283,469 

283,470 

Daniels, Fred H., Worcester, Mass. Continuous rolling-mill 287,008 

Daniels, Fred H., Worcester, Mass. Apparatus for reeling wire rods 290,216 

Daniels, George D., et al. (See Runisey, Charles B., assignor.) 
Daniels, George W. (See Underwood and Daniels.) 
Daniels, Henry C, et al. (See FicUett, William S., assignor.) 

Daniels, J. Edward, Holbrook, Mass. RMn-holder 285,468 

Daniels, Thomas, Toledo, Ohio. Confectionery and pill coating and pill-rounding machine. 278,780 

Danlies, George E., Byron, HI. Motor 280,297 



275,601 

274,085 

283,329 

285,578 

281,844 

289.392 
274,179 



283,381 
290,750 
287,636 
276,565 
276,566 
276,567 
276,568 
276.569 
277,119 
283,759 
283,760 
283,761 
289,895 
289,896 
289,897 
275,891 
272,123 
279,351 
289,812 

282.706 
278,686 

10,285 
288,314 
284,391 
270,892 

282,278 



276,005 
283,214 
286.119 
290,864 
275,156 

286.911 
289,898 
278,408 

274,086 
277,552 

274.916 
274,917 

270,398 



282,707 
281.243 
283,215 
276,782 

272,376 

284,392 
288,552 



Apr. 10 

Mar. 13 

Aug. 14 

Sept. 25 

July 24 

Dec. 4 
Mar. 20 



Aug. 21 
Dec. 25 
Oct, 30 



May 
May J 
May 1 
May 1 
May 1 
May 8 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 11 
Apr. 17 
Feb. 13 
June 12 
Dec. 11 

Aug. 7 
June 5 

Feb. 13 
Nov. 13 
Sept. 4 
Jan. 23 

July 31 



Apr. 


17 


Aug 


14 


Oct. 


2 


Dec. 


25 


Apr. 


3 


Oct. 


16 


Dec. 


11 


May 


29 


Mar. 


13 


May 


15 


Apr. 


3 


Apr. 


3 


Jan. 


9 


Aug. 


7 


July 


17 


Aug. 


14 


May 


1 


Feb. 


13 


Sept. 


4 


Nov. 


13 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


23 


Jan. 


2 


June 26 


Jan. 


30 


Aug. 


21 


Aug. 


21 


Oct. 


23 


Dec. 


18 


Sept. 


25 


June 


5 


June 26 



958 

1076 

1033 

1728 

1906 

24 
1201 



1108 

1764 

2366 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

769 

1567 

1568 

1568 

656 

657 

658 

1336 

676 

927 

550 

291 
13 

1019 
647 
285 

1315 

2456 



1464 
886 
416 

1896 
360 

1427 

659 

2359 

1077 
1288 

35 
37 

691 



292 
1132 

887 
327 

979 



286 
960 



1428 
1865 
17 
1732 
1726 
1211 

1212 

1551 
1046 



260 
297 



489 

f 520 

i 521 

8 

330 



313 

487 

638 

7 



9 
202 
442 
443 
443 
183 
183 
184 
368 
184 
258 
154 

82 
4 



1604 
143 

2068 



178 

79,80 

380 

676 



404 
247 
114 
523 
99 

392 
184 
645 

297 
346 

9 
10 

(204 
}205 



82, 83 
311 
247 
85 
273 
274 

80 

264 



392 

510 

6 

486 

500 

340 

(340 

} 341 

(427 

i 428 

294 



450 

42,43 

581 

582 



23 
23 
24 

24 

1 24 

25 

23 1056 



24 
25 
25 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
25 
25 
25 
21 
23 
23 
25 

24 
23 

23 
25 
24 
23 

24 



23 
24 
25 
25 
23 

25 
25 
23 

23 

23 

23 

23 



24 
'^4 
24 
23 



24 

25 



25 

25 
23 
23 
23 
24 



■25 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



79 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Dann, Jesse W., Columbus, Ohio. Shaft -bending device 

Danu, Marcus C, Minneapolis, Minn. Barrel-heater 

Dann, Marcus C., Minneapolis, Minn. Process of and apparatus for setting up double- 
stave barrels 

Danner, Abraham J., Botetourt Springs, Va. Nut-lock 

Danner, Frederick. (See Thomas, Cordesman, and Danner.) 

Danner, John, Canton, Ohio. Show-stand 

Danner, John. Canton, Ohio. Book-support 

Dannbauser, Louis. (See Loeweuthal, Moses, assignor.) 

Dannhoru. Max, Nurembuxg, Bavaria, German} - . Musical top .'.. 

Danz. Jacob. Jr.. St. Paul, Minn. Decoy 

Danziger, Adolph, New York, N. T., assignor of one-half to P. Siebert, Hoboken, N. J. 
Composing-stick 

Danziger. Harris, New York, N. Y. Finger-ring 

DAragon, Joseph M. J. A. P., Tours, Prance. Car-ventilator 

Darby, Thomas C, Pleshey Lodge, near Chelmsford, county of Essex, England. Digging- 



lnacliiue. 



Dark. Thomas, Buffalo, N. Y. Combined portable railway and working-car 

Dark, Thomas, Buffalo, N. Y. Metal shield for tunnel- working 

Darker, "William. (See Veerkamp, Leopold, and Darker.) 

Darkin, Frank, Xew York, N. Y. Compound disk-engine 

Darling, Edmund R., Woonsocket li. I. Cartridge implement 

Darling, Edmund K., Woonsocket, R. I. Cartridge implement. (Reissue) 

Dai ling, Edwin A., Hartford, Conn. Surface-gage 

Darling, Henry M., and A. Kitzmiller, assignors to Queen City Sewing Machine Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Sewing-machino 

Darling, Horace E.. Brainerd, Minn. Cigar-holder 

Darling, James, Killiugly, assignor to L. Briggs, Grosvernor Dale, Conn. Razor-strop 

Darling, .lames D.. assignor of fifty-five ono-hundredths to A. Sims, A. Pyle, W. Lindsay, 

and G. F. Betts, New York, N. Y. Producing alumina 

Darling, John, Glasgow, county of Lanark, Scotland. Needle-threading device 

Darling, John, and J. J. Long. Glasgow, Scotland. Match-box 

Darling. Samuel. Providence^ R. I. Micrometer 

Darling. Samuel, Providence, R. I. Graduated measure of length 

Darling, Samuel, Providence, R. I. Micrometer-gage 

D'Arman, John A., Gadsden, Ala. Bedstead ,. 

Darr. Henry S. (See Mitchell, "William F., assignor.) 

Darraeh, J alia. Newark. N. J. Bouquet-holder 

Darragh, Mattison and S. H., Bridgewater, Pa. Metal crucible 

Darragh, Scudder H. (See Darragh, Mattison and S. H.) 

Darrow, Charles, assignor of one-half to W. R. Boots, Marion, Ind. Drive- wheel 

Darton. Nelson H., and D. D. "Wdliomson, New York, N. Y. Bleaching, defecating, and 

preserving sugar, sirups, molasses, cane and beet-root juices, &c 

Daso. Levi, Pioneer, Ohio. Elevator 

Daso, Levi, Pioneer, Ohio. Elevator 

Dassau, Edward. Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to "W. M. Clarke, Newark, N. J. Combined 

stop and draw cock 

D'Aubigne, Bartolo L., Boston, Mass. Tubular rivet 

Dauehe, Charles, and P. Deniaud, La Ville en Bois, France. Machine for manufacturing 

metal boxes 

Dauchy, L. Otis. (See Ross, C. Hansen, assignor.) 
Dauehy, L. Otis. (See Ross, Christian H., assignor.) 
Dangler, David A. (See Billinas, George "W., assignor.) 

Davenport, Frank W., Providence, R. I. Puzzle or toy 

Davenport. Frank W., Providence. R. I. Ornamenting-tool 

Davenport, George "W. , Philadelphia, Pa. Wrench 

Davenport, "William H., Providence, R. I. Breech-loading gun 

Davey, John F., assignor to himself, M. J. Mahoney, and M. Burke, Jr., Marlborough, 

Mass. Device for tapping beer and other barrels 

Davey, Martin R. (See Hancock, Albeit R., assignor.) 
David. Henri. (See Suilliot and David.) 

David, Jacob, assignor of one-half to E. A. Deveau, Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic car-brake- 
David, Jacob, assignor of one-half to E. A. Deveau, Brooklyn, N.Y. Wantage or ullage rod . 
David. Jacob, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor of one-half to E. A. Deveau. Hydrometer cup 

and thief. 



David, Jacob, assignor of one-half to E. A. Deveau, Brooklyn, N. Y. Propeller for ships, 
&c ' 

David. Marcus J., Rochester, N. Y. Bill-file 

David. Marcus J.. Rochester. N. Y. Bill-tile 

Davids, Charles H. (See Carlock and Davids.) 

Davids, Charles H., Brooklyn, assignor to himself, D. F. and M. D. Davids, New Rochelle, 
X. Y. Machine for making stereotype-matrices 

Davids, David F., et al. (See Davids. Charles H., assignor.) 

Davids, May D., et al. (See Davids, Charles H., assignor.) 

Davidson, Albeit G. (See Short and Roe, assignors.) 

Davidson, George, assignor of two-thirds to D. Sheppard and A. Snow, Paris, Ontario, Can- 
ada. Trimming attachment for sewing-machines 

Davidson, Henry A., Buffalo. N. Y. Manufacture of linseed-oil 

Davidson, James. Central City, Colo. Wrench 

Davidson. Salomon, New York. N. Y. Ornamental chain 

Davidson, William J., Big Spring. Va. Cultivator 

Davies, Edward, London, England. Apparatas for treating spent hops 

Davics, Evan, Cleveland, Ohio. Double-acting steam-pump 

Davies, Evan T., Manistee, Mich. Device for supplying steam to the cylinders of steam- 
engines 

Davies, Henry J.. Brooklyn. N. Y. Alarm-clock 

Davies, Robert H.. Milwaukee, Wis., assisnor of three-twentieths to L. Bees, Emporia, 
Kans., and S. J. Davis, Newark, Ohio. Distributing printing-type 

Davies, Thomas A., New York, N. Y. Velocipede 

Davies, Walter D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Repeating-cloek 

Davis, A. B., et al. (See Davis, Nathan H., assignor.) 

Davis, Addie, Rutland, Vt. Manufacture of tufted rugs 



283,382 
288,213 

289,393 

274,285 

274,087 
289,394 

271,428 
282,851 

279.352 
289,511 

280,722 

276,783 
280,802 
286,789 

270,759 

272,215 

10,421 

275,892 

278,687 
270,025 
282,173 

285,579 
275,157 
283,579 
287,420 
289.512 
289,513 
284,617 

278,514 
282,279 

289,992 

278,104 
276,784 
276,785 

270,399 
275,158 

281,980 



277,120 
282,613 
279,722 
290,751 

289,075 



279,136 
280,586 

284,393 

289,994 
274,729 
275,602 



274,918 



284,394 
279,860 
289,506 
282,280 
282,852 

288,553 

287,252 

274,286 
270,400 

283,762 
276.78C 
278,105 

285,735 



Aug. 21 
Nov. 13 

Dec. 4 
Mar. 20 

Mar. 13 
Dec. 4 

Jan. 30 
Aug. 7 

June 12 
Dec. 4 

July 3 

May 1 
July 10 
Oct. 16 

Jan. 16 

Feb. 13 

Dec. 11 

Apr. 17 

June 5 
Ja:nv 2 
July 31 

Sept. 25 
Apr. 3 
Aug. 21 
Oct. 30 
Dec. 4 
Dec. 4 
Sept. 11 

May 29 
July 31 

Deo. 11 

May 22 
May 1 
May 1 

Jan. 9 
Apr. 3 

July 24 



May 8 
Aug. 7 
June 19 
Dec. 25 

Nov. 27 



June 12 
July 3 

Sept. 4 

Dec. 11 

Mar. 27 
Apr. 10 



Apr. 



Sept. 4 
June 19 
Dec. 4 
July 31 
Aug. 7 

Nov. 13 

Oct. 23 

Mar. 20 
Jan. 9 

Aug. 28 
May 1 
May 22 

Sept. 25 



1109 
522 

25 
1339 

1078 
26 

1986 
451 

927 

178 

459 

329 
582 
1269 

1159 
779 
1009 
1337 

14 

235 
2333 

1729 
361 
1342 
2075 
178 
179 
561 

2489 
2457 

774 

1937 
331 
333 

693 
362 

20C8 



770 

165 

1377 

1765 

1612 



668 
302 



776 
1908 
959 



38 



289 
1537 

169 
2457 

452 

961 

1866 

1339 
693 

1569 
334 
1938 

1931 



313 
145 



368 



297 
9 



573 
127 






6,87 
162 
343 

332 
216 

284 
368 



99 
374 
564 
49 
50 
159 

680 
676 

217 



567 



203 

50 

384 

487 

446 



184 
84 

80 

218 
533 
260 



10 



81 

429 

46 

677 

127 

(264 

(265 

511 

369 

205 

444 

38,89 

532 

547 



24 



80 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 
Aljiliabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Davis, Adolphus, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Sleepiflg-car berth 

Davis, Albert A., Lowell, Mass. Speeder 

Davis, Alexis B., St. Louis, Mo. Top-brace for buggies .• 

Davis, Alfred. (See Nelson and Davis.) 

Davis, Alva. (See Bayley, John C, assignor.) 

Davis, Arthur W. . Elmira, N. Y. Clamp 

Davis, Augustus, Franklin, Ind. Straw-stacker 

Davis, Augustus B. and N. H., assignors of one-third to L. C. Gratz, Philadelphia, Pa. Car- 
axle lubricator 

Davis, Benjamin A., Chesterfield County, Va. Telegraph-pole 

Davis, Benjamin F., Dallas, Tex. Strainiug-heam 

Davis, Charles A., Rochester, N. Y. Paper-file 

Davis, Charles H., assignor to D. F. Beatty, Washington, N. J. Swell for reed-organs 

Davis, Clayton N., assignor to R. C. Davis and H. D. Northup, Fort Edward, N. Y. Shirt. 

Davis, Clayton N, assignor to P. C. Davis and H. D. Northup, Fort Edward, N. T. Shirt 

Davis, Daniel, Elmira, N. Y. Vise 

Davis, Daniel L., Harveysburg, assignor of one-half to B. Butterworth, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Cane-mill 

Davis, Daniel S., Van's Valley, Ohio. Corn-planter 

Davis, David. (See Morgan, Ruf, and Davis.) 

Davis, David W. (See Davis, Jordan G., E. P., and D. W.) 

Davis, David W., Detroit, Mich. Refrigerator-car 

Davis, Duane T. (See "Woodward, T. Trask. assignor.) 

Davis, Eber P. , Witcherville, Ark. Cultivator 

Davis, Edward G., St. Louis, Mo. Slide-valve for compound engines 

Davis, Edward G. , St. Louis, Mo. Slide-valve for compound engines 

Davis, Edward 0., Youngstown, Ohio. Hoof-cleaner 

Davis, Epaminondas P. (See Davis, Jordan G., E. P., and D. W.) 

Davis, Eugene H. (See Wilson. Thomas L , assignor.) 

Davis, Ferdinand E., Chicago, 111., assignor to S. Oppenheimer, New York, N. Y. Machine 
for cleaning intestines 

Davis, Francis G., Worcester, Mass. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Davis, Frank P., et al. (See Simpson, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Davis, Fredric C, Auburn, Ind. Damper 

Davis^ George, Ottawa, Minn. Curing cereals 

Davis, George, Richmond, Va. Foot-power 

Davis, George B. (Pee Kirkland, William P., assignor ) 

Davis, George R. (See McCarthy and Davis.) 

Davis, Gould & Co. (See Thomas, Francis, assignor.) 

Davis, Henry A., Lowell, Mass. Work-holding device 

Davis, Henry T., St. Louis, Mo. Quilting-frame 

Davis. Henry T., St. Louis, Mo. Quilting-frame for sewing-machines 

Davis, Henry T., St. Louis, Mo. Quilling attachment for sewing-machines 

Davis, Henry T., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Davis Quilting Frame Company, New York, 
N. Y. Quilting attachment for sewing-machines 

Davis, Isaac B., Hartford, Conn. Direct-acting engine 

Davis, James B., Washington, D. C. Car-coupling 1 

Davia, James I. (See Hawley and Davis.) 

Davis, James Q., Winnsborough, and N. 0. Pyles, Coronoco, S. C. Blotter 

. Davis, Jarvis E., Union, Oreg. Fire-escape 

Davis, Jeffrey M., Youngstown, Ohio. Fire-escape 

Davis, John, New Bedford. Mass. Machine wrench 

Davis, John H, assignor of one-half to H. Adams, Covington, Ky. Cast-jointed tool 

Davis, John M. (See Folmer, John, assignor.) 

Davis, John M., and D. H. Brown, Lincoln, Va. Mechanical power 

Davis, John 0., Hartford, Conn. Pump-piston 

Davis, John R., C. M. Wyrick, and S. Parker, Moundsville, W. Va. Composition for walls 

Davis, John S., Frankfort, Ky. Baling-press 

Davis, John S., Toledo, Ohio. Grain-carrier for harvesters 



Davis, John S., Toledo, assignor to Toledo Mower and Reaper Company, Lucas County,} 
Ohio. Harvester < 

Davis, John S., Toledo, assignor to Toledo Mower and Reaper Company, Lucas County,} 
Ohio. Harvester < 

Davis, John S., assignor to Toledo Mower and Reaper Company, Toledo, Ohio. Harvester. 

Davis John S., assignor to Toledo Mower and Reaper Company, Toledo, Ohio. Grain-} 

hinder < 



No. 



Davis, John S., assignor to Toledo Mower and Reaper Company, Toledo, Ohio, 
ing harvester 



Grain-bind-} 



Davis, John S., assignor to Toledo Mower and Reaper Company, Toledo, Ohio. Harvester- 
reel 

Davis, John S., assignor to Toledo Mower and Reaper Company, Toledo, Ohio. Band-se- 
curing mechanism for grain-binders 

Davis, John S., assignor to Toledo Mower and Reaper Company, Toledo, Ohio. Band-se- 
curing mechanism for grain-binders 

Davis, John S., assignor to Toledo Mowor and Reaper Company, Toledo, Ohio. Gaveling 
mechanism for grain-binders 

Davis, John T., Rahway, N. J., and I. Stead, Philadelphia, Pa.; said Davis assignor to said 
Stead. Amalgamator 

Davis, John T. , assignor to L. J. Pouvert, New York, N. Y. Refrigerating and ice machine 

Davis, Jordan G., E. P., and D. W., Mount Calm, Tex. Washing compound 

Davis, Joseph, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bottle-case 

Davis Joseph, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Davis Oil Company, of New York. Refining 
ails 



fa) -i 



Davis, Joseph W., Port Jefterson, N. Y. Road-scraper 

Davis. Joshua E. (See Fisher, Edward F., assignor.) 
Davis, Leonard L., Springfield, Mass. Spirit level and plumb- 
Davis, Levi, Jr., Alton, 111. Car-coupling 

Davis, Levi, Jr., Alton, 111. Car-coupling 

Davis, Lewellyn D , Salt Lake City, Utah Ter. Hoisting-car . 
Davis, Lewis, Jackson, Ohio. Saw-clamp 



279,137 
272,216 

286,272 



286,688 
278,891 

280,587 
290,752 
284,824 
281,466 
278,515 
274.919 
277,553 
271,316 

273,472 
281,981 



272,124 

275.159 
274,571 
279,544 
274,570 



287,253 
270,285 

287,637 
284,284 
288,778 



281,244 
271,688 
271,689 
271,690 

289,395 
282,503 
280,016 

290,668 
271,429 
287,910 
289,396 
271,043 

280.357 
272.662 
288,694 
285,237 

285,580 
272,217 
272,377 
271,430 
274,441 

275,330 



277,996 

279,082 

282,445 

283,866 

281,982 
287,912 
278,409 
281,845 

273,036 
285,581 

288,624 | 

271,609 

277.466 

290,404 

275,603 



Date. 



June 12 
Feb. 13 
Oct. 9 



Oct. 16 
June 5 

July 3 

Dec. 25 

Sept. 11 

July 17 

May 29 

Apr. 3 

May 15 

Jan. 30 

Mar. 6 
July 24 



Feb. 13 

Apr. 3 
Mar. 27 
June 19 
Mar. 27 



Oct. 23 
Jan. 9 

Oct. 30 
Sept. 4 
Nov. 20 



July 17 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 6 

Dec. 4 
Aug. 7 
June 26 

Dec. 25 
Jan. 30 
Nov. 6 
Dec. 4 
Jan. 23 

July 3 
Feb. 20 
Nov. 20 
Sept. 18 

Sept. 25 
Feb. 13 
Feb. 13 
Jan. 30 
Mar. 20 

Apr. 3 



May 22 

June 5. 

July 31 

Aug. 28 

July 24 

Nov. 6 

May 29 

July 24 

Feb. 27 
Sept. 25 

Nov. 20 

Feb. 6 

May 15 

Dec. 18 

Apr. 10 



Monthly 
volume. 



670 
779 
601 



1146 
294 

303 

1767 
820 
1412 
2490 
44 
1290 
1840 

301 

2068 



677 

362 
1729 
1170 

1728 



1867 
543 

2367 

156 

1245 



1133 
124 
124 
125 

27 

32 

1734 

1645 

1988 

150 

28 

1502 

23 
1361 
1142 
1327 

1731 

780 

982 

1989 

1537 

569 



1812 

573 

2676 

1687 

2070 

153 

2360 

1908 

1844 
1735 



184 
216 
165 



308 
85 



487 
228 
388 
680 
11 
346 
534 

83 
567 



184 

99 
480 
324 
480 



511 
160 



638 



342 



312 
34 
34 
35 

9 
10 

486 

453 

574 

44 

9 

433 


382 



(42: 
\ 42' 



374 

(489 
}490 
(216 
)217 
(275 
}270 
574 
575 
«3 
424 
fl55 
J 156 
| 157 
1,158 

495 

158 

734 

476 

567 
45 



521 



490 
290 



1053 

32 8 

1182 317 

1281 360 

960 260 



Official 
Gazette. 



25 



706 
446 
1843 
1129 
1399 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



81 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Davis, Marks C. Indianapolis, Ind. Device for adjusting clock-pendulums 

Davis, Michael F., Portland. Me. Row-boat 

Davis, Michael F., Portland, Me. Rowlock 

Davis, Michael F., Portland, Me. Row-boat seat 

Davis. Michael F., Portland, Me. Oar 

Davis, Milton G. (See Wilson and Davis.) 

Davis, Moses M. (See Fitch, Lauren M., assignor.) 

Davis, Nathan H. (See Davis, Augustus B. and N. H.) 

Davis, Nathan H., assignor of two thirds to A. B. Davis and L. C. Gratz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Car-axle box 

Davis, Nathan H., assignor of one-third to L. C. Gratz, Philadelphia, Pa. Car-spring 

Davis, Nathan H., assignor of one-third to L. C. Gratz, Philadelphia, Pa. Car-spring 

Davis, Nathan H., assignor of one-third to L. C. Gratz, Philadelphia, Pa. Car-spring 

Davis, Nicholas H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Clutch and reversible pawl for sewing-machines, &c 

Davis Oil Company. (See Davis, Joseph, assignor.) 

Davis, Oscar. (See Phipps, Azor J., assignor.) 

Davis, Philip Z. (See Barton and Davis.) 

Davis Quilting Frame Company. (See Davis, Henry T., assignor.) 

Davis. Rees O., Milan, Mo. Hay -ricking device 

Davis. Robert W., assignor to Carbonate Mining Company, Elmira, N. Y. Commercial 
patty 

Davis, Robert W., assignor to Davis Wrench Company, Elmira, N. T. Wrench 

Davis. Russell C, et al. (Seo Davis, Clayton N., assignor.) 

Davis, Samuel. (See Curtis, Dudley W., assignor.) 

Davis, Samuel. (See Wilson, Thomas L., assignor.) 

Davis, Samuel J., et al. (See Davies, Robert H., assignor.) 

Davis Sewing Machine Company. (See Carlisle, Willam S., assignor.) 

Davis Sewing Machine Company. (See Fellows, Edgar D., assignor.) 

Davis, Stephen A., and R. Blake, Newark, N. J., assignors to Superior Drive Screw Oom-< 
pany, New York, N. Y. Machine for swaging screw-threads < 

Davis', Stephen A., aud R. Blake, Newark, N. J. Screw-swaging machine ' 

Davis, Thomas E. (See Martin, Watts, assignor.) 

Davis, Webster, Atlanta, Ga. Apparatus for packing and transporting melons 

Davis, Webster, Atlanta, Ga. Packing and transporting melons 

Davis, Wilbur H., Lynn, Mass., and A. A. Hawley, Baltimore, Md., assignors to Merino 
Shoe Company, Boston, Mass. Stocking, sock, and slipper 

Davis, Wilbur H., Lynn, and A. A. Hawley, Merrimac, assignors to Merino Shoe Company, 
Boston, Mass. Felted woolen sock or stocking 

Davis, William E., Meadville, Pa. Pillow-sham holder and mosquito-bar 

Davis, William E., Jersey City, N. J. Telegraph-sounder 

Davis, William H, Verona, Miss. Driving machinery for cotton-gins, mills, <fec 

Davis, William J. (See Callahan, Amos, assignor.) 

Davis, William J., et al. (See Harvey, John, assignor.) 

Davis, William P., North Bloomfield, N. Y. Key-seat-cutting machine 

Davis, William T, Battle Creek, Mich. Three-barreled gun 

Davis, Willshire M., Remington, Ind. Bed-spring 

Davis Wrench Company. (See Davis, Robert W., assignor.) 

Davis, Zobulon, Canton, Ohio. Vapor-burner , 

Davis, Zebulon, Canton, Ohio. Vapor-burner , 

Davis, Zebulon, Cantpn, Ohio. Vapor-burner 

Davis, Zebulon. Canton, assignor to G. E. Herrick, Cleveland, Ohio. Vapor-stove. (Reis- 
sue) 

Davison, Charles E., London, England. Car brake and starter 

Davison, Christopher S., et al. (See Miller, David W., assignor.) 

Davison, Henry J. (See Harrison, John F., assignor.) 

Davison, William. (See Arthur, Spaulding, and Davison.) 

Davisson, George W., St. Louis, Mo. Smoke-consuming furnace 

Davisson, William J., Farmland, assignor of one-half to J. A. Botkin, Swain's Bill, Ind.) 
Machine for making wire fabrics 5 

Davol, Joseph. (See Turner, "William A., assignor.) 

Davy, Peter B., et al. (See Howland, George H., assignor.) 

Daw, George 0., New York, N. Y. Mechanism for raising lines to the upper parts of build- 
ings UT-- 

Dawson, Artcmas L., assignor of one-half to C. H. Freeman, Elk Point, Dak. Ter. Fish- 
hook 

Dawson, Artemas L., assignor of one-half to C. H Freeman, Elk Point, Dak. Ter. Ma- 
chine for attaching metal collars to lamps 

Dawson, Artemas L>, assignor of one-half to C. H. Freeman, Elk Point, Dak. Ter. Lamp 

Dawson, Edward. (See Read and Dawson.) 

Dawson, Edward, Auburn, HI., assignor to J. W. Penfield, Willoughby, Ohio. Brick-fork 

Dawson, Eugene C, Maquoketa, Iowa. Snow-plow 

Dawson, Ezekiel W., Smyrna, Del. Hedge-trimming machine 

Dawson, George, Cardington, Ohio. Overalls 

Dawson, James. (See Rowe, Holmes, and Dawson.) 

Dawson, James. San Francisco, Cal. Lifting-jack 

Dawson, John B. (See Smith, John T., assignor.) 

Dawson, William M., and R. A. Simpson, Belvidere, HI. "Whiffletree-plate 

Dawson, William M., R. A. Simpson, and L. S. Longcor, Belvidere, HI. Billiard-table lev- 
eler 

Day, George AY., Haverhill, Mass. Manufacture of boots and shoes 

Day, George W., Haverhill, Mass. Machine for flattening and smoothing channel-flaps. . . 

Day, Jennie W. (See Slocomb and Day.) 

Day, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Curtain-pin 

Day, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Support for cornice-poles 

Day, John B., and'T. J. Gregory, Cornell, 111. Cultivator 

Day, John Q., Red Cliff, Colo. Railway snow-plow 

Day, Reason. (See Day, Samuel and R.) 

Day, Robert E. (See Lord and Day.) 

Day, Samuel and R., Delavan, HI. Cultivator 

Day, Samuel and R., Delavan, 111. Vehicle-wheel 

Day, Thomas, Boston, Mass. Roller-skate 

6 PAT 



278,781 
282,853 

282,854 

282,855 
282,856 



273,473 
287,fi38 
287,039 
287,640 
270,893 



276,673 

271,973 
286,913 



279,353 
280,723 

287,106 
289,993 

287,807 

287,808 
270.578 
273,264 
277,240 



274,287 
278,688 
277,121 

269,833 
269,834 
287,911 

10,355 
270,286 



288,554 
289,507 

283,580 

289,508 

289,509 
289,510 

276,366 
281,031 

290,865 
278.106 

278,317 

281,032 

287,913 
284,188 
286,790 

275,160 
278,892 
285,469 

282,281 



274,920 
284,724 
279,138 



June 5 

Aug. 7 

Aug. 7 

Aug. 7 

Aug. 7 



Mar. 6 
Oct. 30 
Oct. 30 
Oct. 30 
Jan. 23 



May 1 

Feb. 6 
Oct. 16 



June 12 
July 3 

Oct. 23 
Dec. 11 

Nov. 6 

Nov. 6 
Jan. 16 
Mar. 6 
May 8 

Mar. 20 
June 5 
May 8 

Jan. 2 
Jan. 2 
Nov. 6 

July 10 
Jan. 9 



Nov. 13 
Dec. 4 



Aug. 21 

Dec. 4 

Dec. 4 
Dec. 4 

Apr. 24 

July 10 

Dec. 25 

May 22 

May 29 

July 10 

Nov. 6 
Sept. 4 
Oct. 16 

Apr. 3 
June 5 
Sept. 25 
July 31 



Apr. 3 
Sept. 11 
June 12 



145 
452 



456 
457 



302 
2368 
2369 
2369 
1317 



176 



471 
1429 



928 
461 

1682 
775 

21 

21 
926 

24 
912 



1340 

17 

771 

18 

19 

151 

1103 
544 



962 
170 



1343 

172 

174 
177 

1924 

856 

1898 

1939 

2237 

857 

155 

36 

1270 

363 
295 
1605 

2458 



44 
701 
671 



43 

128 

C128 

\ 129 

129 

130 



82 
639 
639 
639 
380 



45 
393 



C259 

$260 

132 

461 

218 



7 
268 



244 



369 
5 

203 



44 

304 
C160 
) 161 



265 

; 46 

47 
[ 48 



375 

48 

48,49 
49 

533 
238 
524 
532 

613 

238 

45 

9 

344 

100 

85 

451 

677 



11 

196 
184 



23 
24 

J 24 

24 
24 



23 
25 
25 
25 
23 



23 



23 
25 



>23 
24 

25 
25 

25 

25 

23 
23 
23 



23 
23 
23 

23 
23 
25 

24 
^23 



25 
.25 



24 

25 

25 
25 

23 

24 
25 
23 

23 

24 

25 

24 
25 

23 
23 
24 
24 



23 
24 
23 



82 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Day, Thomas, assignor of one-half to E. Brimhall, Chicago HI. Galley-rest 

Day, Thomas H., San Francisco, Cal. Machine for making ice and producing cold 

Day, "Willard G., Baltimore, Md. Thermostat 

Dayton, Aaron 0., "Williamsport, Pa. Seal-lock 



Dayton. Charles L., Meriden, Conn. Mitering-maehine 

Davton, William M., assignor to himself and W. S. Bemis, "Waupaca, Wis. Railway-rail . 
D'Ewart, W. John. (See Hall, Whitconib, and D'Ewart.) 

De Abreu, Manuel T., St. Helena, Cal. Apparatus for maturing sherry- wine 

De Barheyrac, Marie G. (See Roussan and De Barheyrac.) 

De Beaumont, Alexandre, assignor of one-half to S. Sherburne, Philadelphia, Pa. Device 
for ripping the seams of garments 

De Bevoise, Abram. (See Lumbye and De Bevoise.) 

De Bevoise, Alfred. (See Bonn and De Bevoise.) 

De Bolt, Washington. (See Sawyer, James, assignor.) 

De Bondini, Cher P., Constantinople, Turkey. Oven 

De Bow, Charles E., Albion. Mich. Laryngoscope 

De Castro, Hector, New York, N. Y., assignor to J. W. Mackay, Virginia City, Nev. Man- 
ufacture of soap j 

De Castro, Jules. (See Bang and De Castro.) 

De Caunes, Armand, Orpillieres, France. Pruning-shears 

De Cew, William. Buffalo, N. Y. Car-coupling 

De Chaligny, Frederic S. (See Chaine, Durand, and De Chaligny.) 

De Clercq, Augustus M. (See Shone, George, assignor.) 

De Codezo, Thomas, New York, N. Y. Combined eye-rest and screen for photographers. . 

De Courtenay, Henry W., Boston, Mass. Shoe-calk 

De Courtenay, Henry W., Boston, Mass. Miter-box and jack-hoard 

De Ferranti, Sebastian Z., Bichmond Gardens, Shepherd's Bush, and A. Thompson, Guild- 
ford Place, Russell Square, county of Middlesex, England. Dynamo-electric machine . . 

De Ferranti, Sebastian Z., Richmond Gardens, Shepherd's Bush, and A. Thompson, Guild- 
ford Place, Russell Square, county of Middlesex, England. Apparatus for measuring 
electric currents 

De Ferranti, Sebastian Z., Richmond Gardens, Shepherds Bush, and A. Thompson, Guild-) 
ford Place, Russell Square, county of Middlesex, England. Apparatus for regulating: 
electric currents ) 

De Ferranti, Sebastian Z., Richmond Gardens, Shepherds Bush, and A. Thompson, Guild-} 
ford Place, Russell Square, county of Middlesex, England. Dynamo-electric machine ..] 

De Forest, David W., Brooklyn, assignor to De Forest Manufacturing Company, New 
York, N. Y. Press .' 

De Forest Manufacturing Company. (See De Forest, David W., assignor.) 

De Forest, 0. Lansing, Janesville, Wis. Road 

De Funiak, F., et al. (See Le Grande, William W., assignor.) 

De Gaetano, Stephen, New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to United States 
Standard Billiard Table Company, of New York. Billiard-cushion. (Beissue) 

De Garis, John J. , and T. L. Paine, Milwaukee, Wis. Bill-journal 

De Good, Alexander K., Millsborough, Pa. Washing-machine 

De Groff, William E., Philadelphia, Pa. Necktie-retainer 

DeKay, William H., Parksville, N. Y. Axle-lubricator 

De La Bar, George. (See Flettor, Henry, assignor.) 

De LaGranja, E., et al. (See Chase, Milton, assignor.) 

De La Vergne, John C, and W. M. Mixer, assignors to De La Vergne & Mixer Refriger- 
atingCompany, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for condensing gases or vapors 

De La v orgne & Mixer Refrigerating Company. (See De La Vergne and Mixer, assignors.) 

De Lalande, Felix, Paris, France, and G. Chaperon, Mines d'Aiosno, Spain. Galvanic bat- 
tery . 



De Lamater, J. B. (See Stilson, Edward B., assignor.) 

De Lamater. William, assignor of two-thirds to A. Erwin, Burlingame, and W. C. Edwards, 

Topeka, Kans. Explosion-protector for safes 

De Lancey, John J., Bingbamton, N. Y. Balanced slide-valve 

De Laski, Albert, and E. Shaw, Lynn, Mass., assignors to said Shaw, trustee. Hat-iron-, 

ing machine ; 

De Laval, Gustaf, Stockholm, Sweden. Reducing friction of vessels in water 

De Laval, Gustaf, Stockholm, Sweden. Turbine for steam and other motive power 

De Luze, Louis P., New Rochelle, N. Y., assignor of one-half to G. W. Hunt, Philadelphia, 

Pa. Device for catching insects 

De Meza, Wilson, assignor to Donaldson Brothers, New York, N. Y. Advertising device. 

De Mezervillc, Camille, Santa Clara. Cal. Motor 

De Palos, James S., New York, N. Y., assignor to American Gas Saving Company, of New 

York. Gas-regulator 

De Pew, Henry H., Maquoketa, Iowa. Apparatus for the treatment of uterine displace-i 

ment and hernia ; 

De Puy, Clarence, and E. H. Burghardt, Eochester, N. Y. Machine for slicing apples . . . 

De Pnydt, Paul, Brussels, Belgium. Machinery for decorticating fibrous substances 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, New York, N. Y. Spring curtain-roller 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, New York, N. Y. Curtain-pole angle-piece 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, Now York, N. Y. Fork attachment for pickle-jars 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, New York, N. Y. A dvertising-fan 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, assignor to T. H. Hall, New York, N. Y. Paper box 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, assignor to Donaldson Brothers, New York, N. Y. Reticule 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, assignor to Donaldson Brothers, New York, N. Y. Paper pocket- 
book 



No. 



De Quillfeldt, Charles, assignor to Donaldson Brothers, New York, N. Y. Paper card- 
case 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, assignor to Wemple & Co., New York, N. Y. Paper pocket-book. . 

De Raohe, P. J. Leonard, New York, N. Y. Fire-proof ceiling 

De Redon, Constant F., assignor to C. Moreau, Paris, Fiance. Electric bell 

De Rycke, J. Joseph, New York, N. Y. Adjustable elevator-platform for vessels for car- 
rying railway-cars 

De'Saisset, Pedre, San Jose, Cal. Mast, for illuminators 

De SilvSra, Herbert A., assignor of one-half to P. Bigelow, New York, N. Y. Indexing 
books ^ 



270,207 
285,879 
277,241 
275,026 
270,026 
289,628 

277,554 
288,031 



281,620 
281,033 

288,412 

289,995 
274,180 



270,401 
285.582 
285,583 

282,446 



282,447 



Date. 



Jan. 9 

Oct. 2 

May 8 

Apr. 3 

Jan. 2 

Dec. 4 

May 15 

Nov. 6 



July 17 
July 10 

Nov. 13 

Dec. 11 
Mar. 20 



Jan. 9 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 25 

July 31 



July 31 



288,315 Nov. 13 



288,316 

270,936 
282,283 



10,322 
289.514 
271,317 
288,695 
279,355 



275,367 
274,110 



269,920 
284,395 

273,670 

280.913 
285,584 



Nov. 13 

Jan. 23 
July 31 



Dec. 4 
Jan. 30 
Nov. 20 
June 12 



Apr. 10 

Mar. 20 

Jan. 2 
Sept. 4 

Mar. 6 

July 10 
Sept. 25 



289,997 Dec. 11 
272,533 Feb. 20 
289,899 Dec. 11 



274,733 

275,368 

269,835 

289,999 

271,691 
274,572 
277,467 
278,410 
271,975 

271,974 

276,961 

276,962 
289,515 
281,467 
274,573 

283,218 
283,581 

283,383 



Mar. 27 

Apr. 10 

Jan. 2 

Dec. 11 

Feb. 6 
Mar. 27 
May 15 
May 29 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 6 

May 1 

May 1 
Dec. 4 
July 17 
Mar. 27 

Aug. 14 
Aug. 21 

Aug. 21 



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volume. 



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Gazette. 



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127 
912 
193 
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857 



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1202 



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1736 
1737 

2682 



2684 
648 

651 

1371 
2460 



1142 
180 
1841 
1143 
930 



655 



1114 



113 
291 

550 

707 

1738 

'779 
1197 
661 

1912 

657 

20 

780 

126 
1730 
1184 
2361 

473 

472 



561 

562 

181 

1413 

1731 



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1110 



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36 

244 
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347 



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238 



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218 
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490 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



83 



Same, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume 



Official 
Gazette. 



De Smedt , Edward J., "Washington, D. C. Manufacturing Portland cement 

De Smedt, Edward J., Washington, D. C. Manufacture of Portland cement 

De Smedt. Edward J., Washington, D. C. Manufacture of Portland cement 

De Smedt, Edward J., Washington, D. C. Penning asphaltum 

De Smedt, Edward J., Washington, D. C, assignor to- Cumberland Hydraulic Cement and 
Manufacturing Company, Cumberland, Md. Hydraulic-cement, compound 

De Smedt, Edward J., Washington, D. C, assignor of one-fourth to J. M. Wilcox, Philadel- 
phia. Pa. Manufacturing Portland cement 

Do Soldenhoff, Richard. Merthyr-Tydvil, county of Glamorgan, England. Coke-oven 

De Sou/a, Julio C. II., Para, Brazil.' Apparatus for aerial navigation 

De Stoigcr. Joseph L., La Salle, 111. Fruit-jar 

De Steiger, Joseph L., La Salle, 111. Fruit-jar 

De Tauibel Martin, assignor to Roth, McMahon & Co., Chicago, HI. Cake, jumble, andi 
snap machine ' 

De Tray, Frederick H, and R. D. Vermilya, McClure, Ohio. Knockdown table 

De Voursnev, Abraham P., Montclair. N. J. Form or mold for bending glass 

De Tries. J cue A., assignor of two-thirds to L. and D. Krindenier, Pella, Iowa. Dropping 
attachment for corn-planters 

De Try, John V. (See McCall and De Vry.) 

De Windt. Heyliger A., Chicago, HI. Game apparatus for playing parlor-quoits 

Do Witt, Edward A. (See Daniels and De Witt.) 

De Witt. Emil F., assignor to S. Palmer, Lansingburg, N. Y. Curtain-guide 

De Witt, Jatoes M., assignor to himself, J. W. and S. F. McCreery, Greeley, Colo. Car- 
brake 

Deal, William M., assignor to himself, J. W. Courtney, and P. F. Fraukenfield, Philadel- 
phia. Pa Balanced slide-valve 

Dean. Albert H., and S. H. Whiting, assignors of one-third to C. A. Gerdenier, Bridgeport, 
Conn. Railway time-recorder 

Dean, Benaiah L.. Brockton, Mass. Machine for trimming shoe-soles 

Dean, Charles W., assignor of one-half to E. Robinson, South Wareham, Mass. Manufac- 
ture of plumbers' hooks 

Dean, Cyrus S.. Fort Erie, assignor to E. Morris, Cowland, Ontario, Canada. Pump 

Dean. Edward C. Washington, D. C, assignor to National Secret Telephone Company, 
New York, N. Y. Circuit-closer for telephone-receivers 

Dean, George, St. Louis, Mo. Machine for amalgamating and concentrating ores 

Dean, George, St. Lonis, Mo. Amalgamator 

Dean, George S., Independence, Iowa, assignor of one-half to R. H. Wiles, Freeport, HI. 
Wire-stretcher 

Dean, J. E. (See Fuiman, Alonzo B., assignor.) 

Dean, Porcius F., Watsonville, Cal. Sulky 

Dean. Richard, assignor to J. B Meriam, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for distillation 

Dean, Samuel S., Mingo Junction, Ohio. Feeding attachment for nail-plate feeders 

Dean, William B., New York, N. Y. Label for bottles 

Dean, William B., New York. N. Y. Combined stopper, cap, and label for bottles 

Dcane, Charles P., SpringHeld, Mass. Steam pumpmg-engine 

Dearborn. Charles A.., assignor to Empress Sewing Machine Company, Chicago, HI. Bob- 
bin-winder for sowing-machines 

Dearborn. George W. , East Boston, Mass. Window-jack 

Dearborn, George W., Boston, Mass. Sleigh 

Dearborn, Huldah A., Austin, Minn. Combined ironing and cutting table 

Dearborn, Richard J., Boston, Mass. Fire-escape 

Debayeux, Auguste, Paris, France. Balloon or aerial machine 

Debolt, Levi, Jr , Kingston Centre. Ohio. Sleigh ^ 

Deboutteville, Edouard F. D., Rouen, France. Machine for shaping, drilling, boring, and 
facing metals : 

Decastro, Jacob W. (See Miiller and Decastro.) 

Decastro, Jacob W., Mahwah, N. J. Making condensed milk 

Decastro, Jacob W., Mahwah, N. J. Converting starch into glucose 

Decastro, Jacob W., and T. H Miiller, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for separating bodies 
of different specific gravities 

Decastro. Jacob W.. and T. H. Miiller, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for separating bodies? 
of different specific gravities $ 

Decker. AlexanderC.assignorof one-halfto J. andP. Ayres, Bushnell, HI. Wire-stretcher. 

Decker, James. Surrency, Ga. Rice-beater 

Decker. John C. (See. Blackall and Decker.) 

Decker. William J.. New York, N. Y. Mechanicalpuzzle 

Decker. William J., assignor to himself and J. J. Lydecker, New York, N. Y. Folding 
chair 

Decker. William N., Columbus, Ohio. Automatic valve for water-closets 

Dederick. Levi. Albany. N. Y.. assignor of one-half to E.H. Reynolds, Newark, N. J. Ma- 
chine for stretching and drying hides 

Dedrick. Peter K, Albany, N. Y. Baling-press 

Dederick, refer K.. Albany, N. Y. Baling-press 

Dederick. Peter K. Albany, N Y. Baling-press .. 

Dederick, Peter K, Loudonville, N. Y. Binding hales of pressed hay, cotton, &c 

Dederick, Peter K., Loudonville, N. Y. Baling-press 

Dederick. Peter K.. Loudenville, N. Y. Baling-press 

Dedman. Thomas M., Des Moines, Iowa. Weather-boarding gage, clamp, and s"aw-guide. . 

Deeds, John B.. assignor of one-half to A. Grimes, Terre Haute, Ind. Lamp-burner and 
chimney-holder 

Deeds. .John B., assignor of one-half to W. Mack, Terre Haute, Ind. Lamp or torch 

Deeds. John B., assignor of one-half to W. Mack, Terre Haute, Ind. Wick-raiser for lamps. 

Deeds. John B., assignor of one-half to W. Mack, Terre Haute, Ind. Wick adjuster and 
trimmer for lamps 

Deeds, John B., and W. Mack, Terre Haute, Ind. Wick-raiser 

Deeds, John B.. and W. Mack, Terre Haute, Ind. Lid for miners' lamps 

Deeds, John B. , and W. Mack, TerTe Haute, Ind. Slate and window cleaner 

Deeg, Martin, Owatonna, Minn. Wagon-reach 

Deegan, John, et al. (See O'Malley, Thomas M., assignor.) 

Deegan, Mathew F., assignor of one-half to H. Hooper, Chicago, HI. Construction and ven- 
tilation of sanitary devices, &c 

Deeley, John, Jr., Birmingham, connty of Warwick, and J. S. Edge, Jr., Yardley, county 
of Worcester, England. Breech-loading fire-arm 



274,288 
274,734 
274,735 
280,396 

275,369 

279,357 
273,822 
280,914 
278,893 
288,983 

278,318 
270,579 
280,143 

290,322 

285,396 

275,163 

274,738 

283,216 

279,723 
282,857 

279,228 
288,030 

271,610 
273,969 

286,791 

281,673 

285,238 
290,866 
288,982 
289,813 
289,814 
288,214 

274,088 
280,803 
282,903 
282,708 
271,809 
282,060 
272,532 

275,604 

274,469 
279,354 

273,037 

273,038 

288,166 
271,810 

286,395 

274,730 
288,167 

287,009 
270,760 
271,811 
271,812 
275,366 
280,456 
287,107 
277,890 

273,039 
274,731 
282,282 

283,217 
276,525 
281,846 
287,254 
275,331 



270,761 
275,605 



Mar. 20 
Mar. 27 
Mar. 27 
Oct. 9 

Apr. 10 

June 12 
Mar. 13 
July 10 
June 5 
Nov. 27 

May 29 

Jan. 16 
June 26 

Dec. 18 

Sept. 25 

Apr. 3 

Mar. 27 

Aug. 14 

June 19 
Aug. 7 

June 12 

Nov. 6 

Feb. 6 
Mar. 13 
Oct. 16 

July 24 

Sept. 18 
Dec. 25 
Nov. 27 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 11 
Nov. 13 

Mar. 13 
July 10 
Aug. 14 
Aug. 7 
Feb. 6 
July 31 
Feb. 20 

Apr. 10 

Mar. 27 
June 12 

Feb. 27 

Feb. 27 

Nov. 6 

Feb. 6 

Oct. 9 

Mar. 27 
Nov. 6 

Oct. 23 

Jan. 16 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 6 

Apr. 10 

July 3 

Oct. 23 

May 22 

Feb. 27 
Mar. 27 
July 31 

Aug. 14 

Apr. 24 

July 24 

Oct. 23 

Apr. 3 



Jan. 16 
Apr. 10 



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1913 
1915 

778 

658 

932 

758 
708 
296 
1497 

2238 

927 

1882 

1181 

1519 

365 

1918 



1378 
459 

765 
303 

33 
933 
1270 

1677 

1338 
1900 
1495 
551 
551 
523 

1079 
584 
578 
294 
271 
2171 
1196 

960 

1581 
930 

1844 

1845 

458 
273 



1909 
459 

1553 
1160 
273 
275 
654 
150 
1684 
1686 

1846 
1910 
2459 

889 
2124 
1910 
1869 

588 



1161 
964 



210 



206 
199 
86 
414 
,614 
615 
268 
529 

331 

428 

100 

535 

247 

385 
130 

211 

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23 
23 
23 
25 

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257 
344 

457 

374 
524 
414 
154 
154 
145 

297 
163 
163 
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596 
334 

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516 
(516 
( 517 

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75 

210 

533 
129 

428 

332 

75 

76 

175 

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461 

460 

517 
533 
677 

248 
591 
521 
511 

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84 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Deems, Gilbert C. (See Lambert and Deems.) 

Deere & Mansur Company. (See Phelps, Byron, assignor.) 

Deering, James, South Paris, Me., and D. R. Symonds, Piano, HI. Grain-hinder. 

Deering, "William. (See Carver, George'H., assignor.) 

Deering, William. (See Cveighton, James P., assignor.) 

Deering, William. (See Olin, William P., assignor.) 

Deering, William. (See Spaulding, George H., assignor.) 

Deering, William. (See Webster, John W., assignor.) 

Deering, William, Louisville, J£y. Cotton-gin rib 

Dees, Mark A., Moss Point. Miss. Locomotive 



Deeves, Richard. (See Bandman, Charles J., assignor.) . 
Degaris, Albert. (See Welling, John E., assiguor.) 

Degenhart, Charles, Covington, Ky. Ferrule ibr canes, &c 

Degrange. Claude. Lyons, France. Cart-wheel 

Dehney, William H. ,' Rochester, 1ST. Y. Combined plumb, square, and level 

Deidrick, William H., Selma, Cal. Dirt-scraper 

Deimel, Gustave, Hancock, Mich. Trunk 

Deitzler, George W., San Francisco, Cal. Evaporative cooler 

Dejonge, Louis, Jr.. Stapleton. N. Y. Machine for winding paper 

Del Bondio, Emile F. , New Orleans, La. Butter- worker 

Del Valle, Eliseo, Ponce, Porto Rico. Boiler-feeder 

Delabove, Louis A., Lille, Nord, France. Bleaching threads and fabrics 

Delafield, A. Floyd, Noroton , Conn. Dynamo-electric machine 

Delafield, A. Floyd, Noroton, Conn. Eiectric battery 

Delamater, Cornelius H., et al. (See Miller, James, assignor.) 
Delamater, Cornelius H., et al. (See Reynolds, George H., assignor.) 
Delamater, William, et al. (See Reynolds, George H., assignor.) 

Deland, Edward E., Brady, Tex. Shepherd's crook 

Delano, Clarence C, Musson, La. Car-coupling 

Delany, Patrick B. (See Calahan and Delany.) 

Delany, Patrick B., New York, N. Y. Electric cable 

Delany, Patrick B. , New York, N. Y. Electrical conductor 

Delany, Patrick B., New York, N. Y. Electrical conductor 

Delany, Patrick B., New York, assignor to himself and E. A. Calahan, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Apparatus for substituting gas for electric lights 

Delany, Patrick B., assignor to Standard Electric Manufacturing Company, New York, 

N. Y. Electrical synchronous movement 

Delany, Patrick B., assignor to Standard Electric Manufacturing Company, New York, 

N. Y. Electrical synchronous movement 

Delanv, Patrick B., assignor to Standard Electric Manufacturing Company, New York, 

N. Y. Electrical synchronous movement 

Delany, Patrick B., assignor to Standard Electric Manufacturing Company, New York, 

N. Y. Electrical synchronous movement 

Delany, Patrick B., assignor to Standard Electric Manufacturing Company, New York, 

N. Y. Electrical synchronous movement 

Delany, Patrick B., assignor to Standard Electric Manufacturing Company, New York, 

N. Y. Electrical synchronous movement 

Delany, Patrick B., assignor to Standard Electric Manufacturing Company, New York, 

N. Y. Duplex telegraphy 

Delany, Patrick B., assignor to Standard Electric Manufacturing Company, New York, 

N. Y. Telegraphic apparatus 

Delany, Patrick B., assignor to Standard Electric Manufacturing Company, New York, 

N. Y. Electrical synchronous mechanism 

Delany, Patrick B., assignor to Standard Electric Manufacturing Company, New York, 

N. Y. Telegraphy 

Delany, Peter, wasco, N. Y. Siding-hook square 

Delany, Thomas J., and W. W. Jameson, Kansas City, Mo. Preparing yeast , 

Delapiaine, James L., J. G. Hendrickson, and F. J. Clamer, Philadelphia, Pa. Removing 

tin from tin-scrap by electricity 

Delaware Steam Appliance Company. (See Dimelow, James, assignor.) 

Delifs, Arnold, Bedford, Tenn. Earthen fence , 

Deline, Jeremiah, Akron, Ohio. Milk-cooler 

Delker, George. (See Mart, George W., assignor.) 

Delker. George, et al. (See Bippus, Ferdinand G., assignor.) 

Delker Phaeton Company, et al. (See Bippus, Ferdinand G., assignor.) 

Dell, John, St. Louis, Mo. Device for fastening mouth-pieces to gas-retorts 

Delmage. Christopher L., Woonsocket, assignor to F. Grinnell, Providence, R. L Auto- 
matic fire-extinguisher 

Delnow, Charles H., et al. (See Matzeliger, Jan E., assignor.) 

Delp, Abram J. (Seo Witsil, George L., assignor.) 

Delp, Peter. (See Patzem and Wagner, assignors.) 

Delue, George V., assignor of one- fourth to B. A. Marks, Boston, Mass. Automatic gate 

for elevators 

Domain, William C, Cambridgeport, Mass. Machine for cutting and forming ruling - 



pens . 



Domain, William C, Medford, Mass. Packing-box for ruling-machines 

Demarest. C. W. (See Farnbam, Frank G., assignor.) 

Demarest, John, New York, N. Y. Cistern for water-closets 

Demarest, John, assignor to J. L. Mottlron Works, New York, N. Y. Pull-cup for water- 
closets 

Dement, Merritt H., Chicago, 111. Type writing and printing machine 

Dement, Merritt H., New York, N. Y. Type writing and printing machine 

Dement, Merritt H., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for justifying stereotyped line- strips and? 
putting and securing them in column or page form 5 

Dement, Merritt II., Chicago, HI. Preparing matrix-forms for stereotyping. (Reissue) ... 

Dement, Merrill If., Chicago. 111. Telegraphic transmitter 

Dement, Merritt H., and A. W. Granville, Chicago, HI. Apparatus for stereotyping matrix- 
strips 

Dement, Samuel, S. D. and J. A. Palmer, East Lynn, HI. Seed-dropper 

Dempster, John, Knoxvilie, Tenn. Millstone-driver 

Dempster, James, and W. J. Horton, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Combined firemen's 
ladder and Uro-osoape 



No. 



274,111 



289,996 
272,218 



281,245 
283,867 
280,358 
275,893 
284,825 
271.813 
281.034 
276,006 
285,585 
280,141 
278,516 
287,641 



275,161 
277,242 

283,763 
283,764 
290,753 

274,181 

286,273 

286,274 

286,275 

286,276 
286,277 

286,278 

286,279 

286,280 

286,281 

286,282 
280,588 
287,367 

282,964 

277,687 
260,359 



275,162 
281,181 

274,887 

274,732 
275,606 

269,921 

274,182 
282,174 
282,175 

282,176 

10.385 

287,914 

285,470 
288,317 
277,688 



Date. 



Mar. 20 



Dec. 11 
Feb. 13 



July 17 
Aug. 28 
July 3 
Apr. 17 
Sept. 11 
Feb. 6 
July 10 
Apr. 17 
Sept. 25 
June 26 
May 29 
Oct. 30 



Apr. 3 
May 8 

Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 
Dec. 25 

Mar. 20 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 
Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 
July 3 
Oct. 23 

Aug. 14 

May 15 
July 3 



Apr. 3 
July 10 



Mar. 27 
Apr. 10 

Jan. 2 

Mar. 20 
July 31 
July 31 

July 31 

Sept. 25 
Nov. 6 

Sept. 25 
Nov. 13 
May 15 

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volume. 



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1465 

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913 

1570 
1571 
1767 

1203 

602 

605 

610 

615 
619 

623 

629 

633 

635 

638 

304 

2008 

579 

1443 
24 



365 
1042 



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114 

1204 
2333 
2336 

2338 

1994 



1606 
655 
1444 

1172 



308 



219 
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312 
477 
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368 
229 
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239 
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491 



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639 



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331 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



85 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Denechaud, Edward F., and J. H. Reynolds. New Orleans, La. Mechanical fan 

Dengler, Valentine. (See Connell and Dengler.) 

Demand Patrice. (See Dauch6 and Deniaud.) 

Denis, Arthur. (See Quinct and Denis.) 

Denison, Elias B. (See Brown, Denison, and Brown.) 

Denison. W. 0., el al. (See Magruder, George C. W., assignor.) 

Deun, Clayton, Philadelphia, Pa. Warp-linking machine 

Dennett Harvesting Machine Company. (See Bullock, Joseph P., assignor.) 

Dennett Harvesting Machine Company. (See Young, Charles M., assignor.) 

Dennett, Herbert E., Somerville, Mass. Self-setting tamp for blasting 

Denney, Harmer, Brooklyn, assignor to himself and A. Webster, New Tork, N. Y. Gas- 
engine 

Denney, Samuel L., Strasburg, assignor of one-fourth to I. L. Landis, Lancaster, Pa. Car- 
door fastener 

Denney, William H., Lancaster, Pa. Machine for milling links for engines 

Dennie, Benjamin. (See Barrett, James, assignor.) 

Dennie, Charles H. (See Kautfer and Serson, assignors.) 

Dennis Cash Carrier Company. (See Coram, George B. and J. C, assignors.) 

Dennis Casli Carrier Company. (See Xhissell, Earl A., assignor.) 

Dennis. Charles A. (See Dennis, Theodore A., assignor.) 

Dennis, Clara E. (See Dennis, James W., assignor.) 

Dennis, Henry J.. Hastings, Minn. Step-ladder 

Dennis, J. Kelson, et al. (See Dennis, John, assignor.) 

Dennis, James W., assignor to C. E. Dennis, Cincinnati, Ohio. Electro-medical appliance- 
Dennis, John, et al. (See Coram, John C, assignor.) 

Dennis, John, assignor to himself, J. C. and G. B. Coram and J. N. Dennis, Lowell, Mass.) 
Parcel-carrier and elevated track for same > 

Dennis, Theodore A., assignor to himself and C. A. Dennis, Newark, N. J. Box-fast- 
ener 

Dennis, Thomas H. P., Chelmsford, county of Essex, England. Knob attachment 

Dennis, Thomas J. (See Murray, Peter, jr., assignor.) 

Dennison, Lemuel M. (See Williams, Gurdon H., assignor.) 

Denny, John It., Piasa, 111. Farm-gate 

Denny, John T., Reidsville, X. C. Bee-hive 

Denny, John W., assignor to J. A. Banister, Newark, N. J. Last 

Dennys, Nicolas B., Singapore, Straits Settlements. Composition for preventing fouling of 
ships' bottoms - 

Densmore, Jay, Niles, Mich. Machine for retouching photographic negatives 

Denton, Whitlev, Little Falls, N. Y. Bobbin-holder for knitting-machines 

Denton, William B., Wichita, Kans. Velocipede 

Depcw, James, et al. (See Depew, John H.. assignor.) 

Depew. John H., assignor to himself and W. H. Depew, Peekskill, N. Y. Sprue for foun- 
dry use 

Depew. John 1L, assignor to himself, J. Depew, and J. C. Acker, Peekskill, N. Y. Car- 
coupling 

Depew, William H. (See Depew, John H., assignor.) 

Depp, Hezekiah E., Sedalia, Mo. Valve-gear 

Depp, Hezekiah E., Sedalia, Mo. Steam and air engine : 

Deputy. Jesse J., Philadelphia, Pa. Velocipede 

Derby Bit Company. (See Parmelee, William L., assignor.) 

Derby, George M., New York, N. Y. Rock-drilling apparatus 

Derby Silver-Company. (See Berry, Henry, assignor.) 

Deri, Maximilian. (See Zipernowsky and Deri.) 

Deschamps, Francis 0., Philadelphia, Pa. Shaft-coupler 

Deschamps, Francis 0., Philadelphia, Pa. Sbaft-coupler 

Desgoffe, Auguste, Paris, France, and L. A. di Giorgio, Odessa, Russia. Apparatus for ex-? 
trading juices from animal and vegetable substances 5 

Desmond, John, assignor of two-thirds to W. A. andT. G. Bennett, Jackson, Mich. Steam- 
injector 

Deeper, Rogers & Co. (See Codding^ Frederick W., assignor.) 

Dessart, Charles H., New York, N. Y. Mask-fastener 

Dessauer, David, Martinsville, Ind. Attachment for holding tips on billiard-cues 

Detrick, Calvin, New York, N. Y. Tube-lined cement conduit and making the same 

Detrick, Calvin, New York, N. Y. Machine for making lined conduits of plastic or semi- 
plastic material 

Detrick , Edingtou, San Francisco, Cal. Seam for grain-bags 

Detrick, Jacob S., Baltimore, Md. Metal-planer 

Detrick, Jacob S., Baltimore. Md. Filter 

Detrick, William. Indianapolis, lad. Compound for roofing buildings 

Detroit Iron and Brass Manufacturing Company. (See Newman, Charles H., assignor.) 

Detroit Lubricator Company. (See Hodges, Charles C, assignor.) 

Dette, Wilhelm, Berlin, Germany, assignorto B. B. Schneider, Orange, N.J. Fountain-lamp . 

Detter, William H., Kenton, Ohio. Convertible plow 

Detter. William H., Kenton, Ohio. Convertible plow 

Detterer, John T., Willshire, Ohio. Hub-boring machine 

Detterer, John T., Willshire, Ohio. Bedstead 

Dettmar, John F., Brooklyn, assignor to R. Dudgeon, New York, N. Y. Tool for expand- 
ing the ends of boiler-tnbes 

Detwiller, Jacob J., Jersey City, N. J. Rocket 

Deudi. Torello. (See Meucci and Deudi.) 

Denscher, Henry P. (See Farmer, Henry, assignor.) 

Deuscher. Henry P. (See Felt, Hannibal, assignor.) 

Deuther, Lorenz A., Buffalo, N. Y. Back for picture and other frames 

Deuther, Lorenz A., Buffalo, X. Y., assignor ot one-half to Duncan & Johnston, Chicago, 
HI. Back for picture and other frames 

Dentscher, Mathew. (See Zehnder, Henry F., assignor.) 

Devean, Edward A. (See David, Jacob, assignor.) 

Devendorf, Henry A., Port Jackson, N. Y. Barbed fence-wire 

Devcning. Philip^ Ray's Crossing. Ind. Seed-planter 

Deveny. Paul P. (See Parker and Deveny.) 

Deverall. Edwin R., New York. N. Y. Oil can 

Deverenx. Washington, Bloomsburg, Pa. Screw-driver 



No. 



281,035 



288,032 

282,061 

290,632 

281,246 
271,431 



273,474 
285,977 

278,226 

280,142 
284,396 

289,998 
282,284 
280,724 

274,888 

290,217 

270,208 
279,356 



275,332 

279,229 

278,689 
290,405 
286,593 

278,517 

269,836 
270,287 

287,010 

270,937 

282,285 
270,402 
288,033 

288,034 
274,736 
278,518 
290,000 
284,725 



290,001 
276,674 
276,675 
274,470 
275,894 

284,018 
276,007 



270,563 
274,737 

272,534 
284,397 

272,535 

287, e09 



Date. 



July 10 



Nov. 6 

July 31 

Dec. 18 

July 17 

Jan. 30 



Mar. 6 
Oct. 2 

May 22 

June 26 
Sept. 4 



Dec. 11 
July 31 
July 3 

Mar. 27 

Dec. 18 

Jan. 9 
June 12 

Apr. 3 

June 12 

June 5 
Dec. 18 
Oct. 16 

May 29 

Jan. 2 
Jan. 9 

Oct. 23 

Jan. 23 

July 31 
Jan. 9 

Nov. 6 

Nov. 6 
Mar. 27 
May 29 
Dec. 11 
Sept. 11 



Dec. 11 
May 1 

May 1 
Mar. 27 
Apr. 17 

Sept. 11 
Apr. 17 



Jan. 9 
Mar. 27 



Feb. 20 
Sept. 4 

Feb. 20 
Nov. 6 



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volume. 



859 



2172 
1599 

1135 

1995 



304 

247 

2097 

1881 
291 



779 

2460 

463 

2107 

1048 

451 
931 



589 

766 

18 
1282 
1021 

2492 



21 

546 



1373 

2461 
696 
308 

309 

1916 

2493 

783 

701 



784 

177 

179 

1582 

1339 

562 
1467 



905 
1917 



1198 
292 



1199 
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596 
439 

312 

,'575 
' 576 



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529 
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219 
678 
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295 
132 
260 



158 

212 

5 
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277 

681 



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(429 

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678 
206 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Devers, "William J., assignor of one-half to W. T. O'Malley, Providence, Pa. Extension- 
table 

Devine, James, assignor of one half to P. Krein, St. Louis, Mo. Ventilator for blast-pipes 

Devlin , J. Allen, Philadelphia, Pa. Post for electric conductors ■ 

Devoe, Benjamin G., Kenton, assignor to Lima Iron Fence Company, Lima, Ohio. Iron 
fence 



Devor, James R., Goshen, Ind., assignor of one-half to E. S. Norton, St. Paul, Minn. Press 

Devore, Levi M., et al. (See Kochsmeier, Henry P., assignor.) 

Devore, Levi M., Freeport, HI. Spring-hinge 

Devore, Levi M., assignor to himself arid I. P. Kleckner, Freeport, 111. Spring-hinge 

Devore, Levi M., and D. C. Stover, assignors to said Devore and E. B. Winger, Freeport, 
111. Grinding mill 

Dew, Joseph K., Knoxville, Tenn. Fruit-drier. 

Dewell, Samuel, Eiver Sioux, Iowa. Geodometer 

Dewey, Hosea B. , "Whitewater, Wis. Top for sheet-metal vessels 

Dewey, Washington, Chicago, 111. Key-fastener 

Dews, Edwin. (See Covell, Edward T., assignor.) 

Dews, Edwin, Ansonia, Conn. Die for drawing angular tubing 

Dexter, Carlisle J., Folaer, 111. Device for checking runaway teams 

Dexter, Frederick H., Wardsborough, Vt. . Mechanical movement 

Dexter, George B. , Boston, Mass. Imitation of metal castings or carvings 

Dexter, George N., Jr., Madison, Ga. Plow 

Dexter, Talbot C. , Des Moines, Iowa. Paper-folding machine 

Dexter, Talbot C, Des Moines, Iowa. Sheet carrying and adjusting device for paper-fold- 
ing machines 

Dexter, Talbot C, Des Moines, Iowa. Paper folding, pasting, and trimming attachment 
for printing-presses 

Dey, David P., Brooklyn, and G. M. Hathaway, assignors of one-third to R. C. White, New 
York, N. Y. Hydraulic steering-engine for ships 

Deyo, Jeremiah, Denton, Mich. Safety attachment for gun-locks 

D'Humy, Paul R. de F., Carlton Mansions, Clapham Rise, county of Surrey, England. In- 
candescent electric lamp 

Di Giorgio, Leonidas A. (See Desgoffe and Di Giorgio.) 

Diamond Match Company. (See Beecher and Elliott, assignors.) 

Diamond Match Company. (See Millen, Georgo H., assignor.) 

Diamond Match Company. (See Wright, Jacob P., assignor.) 

Diamond Match Company. (See Young, McClintock, assignor.) 

Dibble, Frank H. . Ansonia, Conn. Horse-canopy 

Dibble, John L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Game-board 

Dibble, John L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Game board or table and appurtenances thereto 

Dibrell, J. W. (See Grainger, Charles J., assignor.) 

Dice, Andrew F., assignor of one-half to A. H. Shreffler, Joliet, HI. Check-rower attach- 
ment for corn-planters 

Dick, George, et al. (See Buie, Duncan M., assignor.) (Reissue.) ■ 

Dickerman, Amos, New Haven, Conn. Machine for setting primers in cartridge-shells 

Dickerman, Amos, New Haven, Conn. Breech-loading ordnance 

- Dickerman, Amos, New Haven, Conn. Breech-loading cannon 

Dickerson, Edward N., Jr., and C. G. Curtis, New York, N. Y. Automatic electric rail-? 
way ) 

Dickerson, John E., Tberia, Mo. Car-coupling 

Dickerson, Norvel M. (See Cunningham and Dickerson.) 

Dickerson, William R., North Bend, Nebr. Device for raising and lining railway-tracks . . 

Dickey, Alexander H., Connersville, Ind. Two- wheeled vehicle 

Dickey, James H., Sparta, HI., assignor of one-half to C. Colahan, Cleveland, Ohio. Har- 
vester chain-rake 

Dickey, Wallace C. , Peoria, 111. Oatmeal-machine 

Dickey, William H., assignor of one-half to G. S. Bennett, Jackson, Mich Chain 

Dickie, George W., San Francisco, Cal. Steam-boiler 



Dickinson, Arthur S., Springfield, Mass. Car brake and starter 

Dickinson, C. B. (See Kennish, William, assignor.) 
Dickinson, De Alton. (See Gore, Henry A., assignor.) 
Dickinson, Dwight L., et al. (See Galentine, Elias C, assignor.) 

Dickinsou, Fannie. Chicago, 111. Bed-pan 

Dickinson Hard Eubber Company. (See Nickerson, Fred. A., assignor.) 

Dickinson, William, Rockford, HI. Combined seeding and cultivating machine 

Dickman, Peter, Defiance, Ohio. Rub-iron for wagons 

Dickson, Charles T., Cincinnati, Ohio. System and apparatus for communicating tele? 

phonically 5 

Dickson, Frank. (See Martin. William, assignor.) 

Dickson, Gilbert J., Albany, N. Y. Vehicle 

Dickson, Gilbert J., Albany, N. Y. Ice-tongs 

Dickson, Henry, Pittsburg, Pa. Apparatus for drying green brick 

Dickson, L. Taylor, Philadelphia, Pa. Fall-block hook 

Dickson, L. Taylor, Philadelphia, Pa. Anchor 

Dickson, Robert F., Atoka, Tenn. Composition for cleaning marble surfaces 

Didiot, Nicholas, Bakersfield, Cal. Centrifugal pump ' 

TDiebel, William, assignor to S. A. Gunn, Philadelphia, Pa. Stop-motion mechanism for 

knitting-machines 

Diebold, Charles, Lebanon, Pa. Preparing slag for railways and roadways 

Diebold, Charles, Lebanon, Pa. Machine for making paving and building blocks 

Dieckmann, Diedrich, and C. Schmiedtzinsky, NewVork, N. Y. Pump 

Diedricb, Nicholas. (See Mersiowsky, August E., assignor.) 

Diefendorf, Amenzo W., and P. H. Merrill, Wyocena, Wis. Cultivator 

Diebl. Justus, New York, N. Y. Piano sounding-board 

Diehl, Philip. (See Miller and Diehl.) 

Diebl, Philip, Elizabeth, N. J. Electric incandescent lamp 

Diehl, Philip, Elizabeth, N. J. Incandescent electric lamp 

Diehl, Philip, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company, of New Jersey. 

Button-hole attachment for sewing-machines 

Diehl, Philip. Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company of New Jersey. ? 

Button-bole sewing-machine 5 

Diehl, William H., Hyde Park, Pa. Car-coupling ; 

Dietrich, Carl A , Shawneetown, Mo. Sawing-machine 



No. 



283,51=2 
270,182 
286,397 

271,196 
269,922 

288,984 
282,858 

269,923 
284,726 
281,468 
278,319 
281,247 

282,859 
282,860 
273,040 
270,580 
290,669 
279,083 

2-7,421 

287,422 

286,534 
290,867 

282,861 



279,139 

283.868 
283,869 



281,469 

270,288 
270,289 
279,639 

270,209 

276,229 

271,611 
274,739 

276.008 
289,516 

282,177 
275,471 

283,219 



280,360 

282,614 
273,041 

278,411 



280,361 
287,423 
290 323 
271,226 
279.2:!0 
290,754 
287,508 

278,894 
281.248 
287,011 
289,517 

271,432 
280,362 

272,125 
276,571 

270,290 

272,126 

273,475 
280,144 



Date. 



Aug. 21 
Jan. 2 
Oct. 9 

Jan. 23 
Jan. 2 

Nov. 27 
Aug. 7 

Jan. 2 
Sept. 11 
July 17 
May 29 
July 17 

Aug. 7 
Aug. 7 
Feb. 27 
Jan. 16 
Dec. 25 
June 5 

Oct. 30 

Oct. 30 

Oct. 9 
Dec. 25 

Aug. 7 



June 12 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 



July 17 

Jan. 9 
Jan. 9 
June 19 

Jan. 9 

Apr. 24 

Feb. 6 
Mar. 27 

Apr. 17 
Dec. 4 
Julv 31 
Apr. 10 

Aug. 14 



July 3 

Aug. 7 
Feb". 27 

May 29 



July 3 

Oct. 30 

Dec. 18 

Jan. 30 

June 12 

Dec. 25 

Oct. 30 

June 5 
July 17 
Oct. 23 
Dec. 4 

Jan. 30 
July 3 

Feb. 13 
May 1 

Jan. 9 

Feb. 13 

Mar. 6 
Juno 26 



Monthly 
volume. 



1346 
416 

780 

1692 
116 

1497 
459 

117 

702 

1414 

2241 

1136 

461 
462 

1848 
928 

1645 
578 

2077 

2078 

939 
1901 

463 



672 
1691 
1692 



1415 

547 

548 

1279 

452 

1743 

34 

1918 

1468 

182 

2343 

802 

891 



166 
1849 

2362 



26 

2081 
1183 
1727 
768 
17C8 
2185 

297 
1137 
1556 

182 

1998 
29 

678 
37 

548 



376 
121 
211 

489 
34 

415 
130 

35,36 
196 
388 
615 
312 

130 
131 

517 
268 
453 
158 

564 

565 

253 
525 

131 



185 
477 
477 



388 

161 
161 
355 
,132 
133 
483 



535 

404 

50 

645 

216 

(248 

?249 



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(645 

?646 

7,8 
565 
331 
500 
212 



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51 



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10 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
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Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



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volume. 



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Gazette. 



Dietrich, Henry, Pittsburg, assignor to G. A. Macbeth, Allegheny, Pa. Tool for finishing 
hollow glassware 

Dietscb, Frank E., Woodbury Falls, N. Y. Tawing skins 

Dietterlin, Charles. (See Rebstock. Christian, assignor.) 

Dietz, Alfred C, San Francisco, Cal. Harness check-hook 

Dietz, Augustus, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for the manufacture of blocks, &c, out of as- 
phalt, &c 

Dietz, Frederick. (See Krnmmenauer, John, assignor.) 

Dietz, Frederick, New York, N. Y. Lantern 

Dietz, Frederick, New York, N. Y. Lantern 

Dietz, Frederick, Now York, N. Y. Lantern 

Dietzel. George, and S. Green, New York, N. Y. Chenille ornament 

Dight, W. M. (See Sykes, Thomas B., assignor.) 

Dighton Furnace Company. (See Arnold, Noah S., assignor.) 

Dikeman, Charles S., Waterbury, Conn. Napkin-holder 

Dill, A. H. (See Bingaman, Samuel H., assignor.) 

Dill, Charles H. (See Smock and Dill.) 

Dill, Thomas B., Medford. Mass. Channoling-machine for boots and shoes 

Dillard, John J., Eureka Springs, Ark. Medicated soap 

Dillehay, Anthony B-, Clyde, Kans. Churn 

Dillehay, John T., Beech Grove, Ky. Vehicle-brake 



Diller, Henry, Yale, Kans. Combined corn-planter and grain-drill 

Dillig, George, Millvale, Pa. Wagon-spring 

Dillman. Andrew, et al. (See Nadelhoflbr, John W., assignor.) 

Dillon, Benjamin !•'.. and A. Gartner, Savannah, Ga. Builway cattle-guard 

Dillon. Daniel. N ashville, Teun. Fertilizer-distributee 

Dillon. Michael, New Haven, Conn. Shoe 

Dimelow, James, assignor to Delaware Steam Appliance Company, Wilmington, Del. In- 
jector ^ 

Dimiok 

Dimock, 

Dimock, 

Dinioek, 

Dimock, 

Dimock. 

Dimock, 

Dimock, 

D'lufrev 



George, Sedalia, Mo. Lubricating compound 

Gordon C. Madison. Nebr. Pneumatic clothes-pounder 

Henry S., Phelps, N. Y. Liquid-cooler 

Henry S.. assignor of one-half to J. A. Stringer, Phelps, N. Y. Hitching-strap . 

Ira. Hartford, Conn. Device for feeding spool-blanks and braid-roll blanks 

John W. . Carbondale, Pa. Necktie-fastener 

Otis, New London, Conn. Anvil 

Robert H., and J. A. Robinson, Kew Haven, Conn. Oil-burner 

ille, Georges, New York, N. Y. Telegraph apparatus 



D'Infreville, Georges, New York, N. Y. Quadruples: telegraph 

Dingens, John C. (See Bender, Lonis L., assignor.) 
Dinkel, George. (See Nioso and Dinkel.) 

Dinkel, George, Jersey City, N. J. Device for cleaning vacuum-pans 

Dinneen. Maurice, Boston, "Mass. Faucet 

Dinsley, Edwaid. (See Richards and Dinsley.) 
Dinamore, Alfred S. (See Shaw and Diusmore.) 

Di nsmorc, Alfred S., Boston, Mass. Gaging-tunnel 

Diusmore, Alfred S.. Boston, Mass. Oil-stove 

Dion, Joseph P., Biddeford, Me. Heel-burnisher and edge-setter 

Disbrow, Myron H., Rochester, N. Y. Fruit-orate 

Disbrow, Park. (See Riley, Phillip. Sr., assignor.) 

Dischinger, Henry, Elmore, Ohio. Paint-brush protector 

Diss, Albert B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mold for forming articles of ceUuloid and other plastic 
naterials 



Disston, Albert H., et al. (See Settle, Thomas, assignor.) 
Disston, Hamilton, et al. (See Settle, Thomas, assignor.) 
Disston, Horace C, et al. (See Settle, Thomas, assignor.) 
Disston. William, et al. (See Settle. Thomas, assignor.) 

Distin, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of musical instruments 

Distin. Henry. Philadelphia, Pa. Case for musical instruments 

Dittenhoefer, Myer, New York, N. Y. Syringe 

Dil tenhoefer. Myer, assignor to H. Berolz.heimer, New York, N. Y. Lead or crayon holder . 

Ditterline, William S., Mauch Chunk, Pa. Tremolo attachment for cornets 

Ditwiler, Homer B., Mansfield, Ohio. Suspender-end 

Ditzel. Rudolph R. (See Kellar and Ditzel.) 

Divine, Silas R., Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., assignor to Rend Rock Powder Company, of New 

Jersey. Preparing explosive compounds 

Divine. Silas R., Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., assignor to Rend Rock Powder Company, of New 

Jersey. Explosive compound 

Divine, Silas R., Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., assignor to Rend Rock Powder Company, of New 

Jersey. Explosive compound 

Divine. Silas K.. Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., assignor to Rend Rock Powder Company, of New 

Jersey. Explosive compound , 

Divine. Silas R.. Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., assignor to Rend Rock Powder Company, of New 

•Jersey. Explosive compound 

Divine. Silns R, Loch Sheldrake. N. Y., assignor to Rend Rock Powder Company, of New 

Jei Bey. Explosive compound 

Divine, Silas R., Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., assignor to Rend Rock Powder Company, of New 

Jersey. Explosive compound 

Divine, Silas R., Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., assignor to Rend Rock Powder Company, of New 

Jersey. Explosive compound .' 

Divine. Silas K., Loch Sheldrake, N. Y.f assignor to Rend Rock Powder Company, of New 

Jersey. Blasting-cartridge 

Divine. Silas R., Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., assignor to Rend Rock Powder Company, of New 

Jersey. Composition for preparing explosive compounds 

Divine, Silas R., Loch Sheldrake, and A. C. Rand, New York, N. Y.. assignors to Rend 

Rock Powder Companv, of New Jersey. Preparing blasting-cartridges 

Dixey, John, Michigan City. Ind. Stock-car 

Dixon, Breckon. (Sec Dixon, Henrv and B.) 

Dixon, Charles A., assignor to R. Wbifehill, Newburg, N. Y. Steam-condenser 

Dixon, Charles W. (See Griflin and Dixon.) 

Dixon. David A.. St., Louis, Mo., assignor to C. S. Osborne &. Co., Newark, N. J. Lap 

shaving and splitting machine 



265,345 

287,255 

288,696 

289,397 

273,711 
273,712 
285,880 
282,709 

282,286 



271,227 
287,612 
269,837 
290,868 

290,670 

272,219 

275.333 

284,189 
283,082 

280,589 
287.643 
280,14. r ) 
277,689 
280,363 
278,320 
278,690 
281,847 
236,91 4 
274,112 

281,249 



277,012 
272,536 



280,804 
282,504 
290,544 
289,754 

271,814 

278,321 



286,398 
286,399 
285,978 
290,178 
282,448 
277,997 



289,755 

289,756 

289,757 

289,758 

289,759 

289,760 

289,762 

289,763 

289,764 

289,765 

289,761 
279,358 



Sept. 18 
Oct. 23 

Nov. 20 

Dec. 4 

Mar. 13 

Mar. 13 

Oct. 2 

Aug. 7 



July 31 



Jan. 30 

Oct. 30 

Jan. 2 

Dec. 25 

Deo. 25 

Feb. 13 

Apr. 3 
Sept. 4 
Aug. 14 

July 3 
Oct. 30 
June 26 
May 15 
July 3 
May 29 
June 5 
July 24 
Oct. 16 
Mar. 20 

July 17 



May 8 
Feb. 20 



July 10 
Aug. 7 
Dec. 18 
Deo. 4 

Feb. 6 

May 29 



Oct. 9 

Oct, 9 

Oct. 2 

Dec. 11 

July 31 

May 22 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



Dec. 4 
June 12 



276,520 | Apr. 24 



1448 
1869 

1144 

29 

604 
605 
129 
295 



2462 



1728 

2371 

23 

1902 

1646 

785 

590 
37 

724 

305 
2372 
1883 
1445 
30 
2242 

£0 
1911 
1430 
1120 

1138 



626 
1200 



584 

33 

1484 

479 

278 

2243 



781 
782 
248 
987 
2685 
1814 



480 

481 

482 

482 

483 

483 

486 

486 

487 

488 

484 
933 

2126 



408 



315 

9,10 

162 

163 

37 

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525 

(453 

1454 

218 

158 

10 

203 



530 
390 
8 
615 
6 
522 
393 
309 

'313 
314 

'315 



164 
335 



163 

10 

410 

135 



616 



211 
211 
70 
279 
736 
495 



136 
261 



591 



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25 

25 

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24 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Dixon, Henry and B., Nottawasaga, Simcoe county, Ontario, Canada. Machine for driv- 
ing fence-posts 

Dixon, Henry M., New York, N. Y. Pipe-clamp 

Dixon, John'W., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus applicable to tho manufacture of paper - 
pulp 

Dixon, John W., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for the reduction of paper-pulp 

Dixon, Robert H., Chicago, 111. Traction-wheel for harvesters 

Dixon, "William 15., Springfield, Mass. Car-wheel 

Doan, William, Blissfield, Mich. Road-scraper 

Doane, David S. G., et al. (See Dudley. Dana, assignor.) 

Doane, William H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sand-paper machine 

Doane, William H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Carriage-support for tenoning-machines 

Doane, William H., and G-. W. Bugbee, Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine-table 

Doane, William H., and G. W. Bughee, Cincinnati, Ohio. Spoke tenoning and throating 
machine 

Doane, William H, and G. W. Bugbee, Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine for planing wheel-fellies 

Doane, William H. H. , Morganville, Kans. Fire-escape 

Dobbins, Horace G. (See Thornton, James,, assignor.) 

Dobbs, Charles G., New York, N. Y. Garment-fastener 

Dobson, Benjamin A., Bolton, county of Lancaster, England. Mechanism for vibrating. 

the fly or doffer combs of carding-engines 

Dobson, Isaac P. (See Laskey, John H, assignor.) 

Dobyne, James B., and R. S. Fleming. Chicago, 111. Neck-yoke 

Dockum, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rocket and whip 

Dodd, William H, Eldred', Pa. Buckle 

Dodge, Caleb K., Niles, Mich. Locomotive ash-pan 

Dodge, Charles S. , Lowell, Mass. Shoddy -picker 

Dodge, Cyrus A., Syracuse, N. Y. Clothes-washer 

Dodge, Daniel R., Niles, Mich. Wheel-plow 

Dodge, Edwin L., Somerville, Mass. Smoke-consuming stove 

Dodge, James, Newark, N. J. Apparatus for grinding sheet-metal scrap 

Dodge, Jasper N, Detroit, Mich. Pish-net . . . : 

Dodge, John A., Somerville, Mass. "Wrench 

Dodge, John A., Somerville, assignor to Dodge Skate Company, Boston, Mass. Skate 

Dodge, Miles B., San Prancisco, Cal. Ore and rock crusher 

Dodge, Miles B., San Francisco, Cal. Rock-crusher 

Dodge, Miles 3. , San Prancisco, Cal. Dry-ore separator 

Dodge, Miles B., San Prancisco, Cal. Separator for wet ores 

Dodge Skate Company. (See Dodge, John A., assignor.) 

Dodge, Theodore A., trustee. (See Addy, Charles J., assignor.) 

Dodge, Thomas H., Worcester, Mass. Support and guard for wire fences 

Dodge, Thomas H., Worcester, Mass. Cotton-bale tie 

Dodge, Thomas H., Worcester, Mass. Lightning-rod 

Dodge, Thomas H., Worcester, Mass. Support and guard for fencing 

Dodge, Thomas H., Worcester, Mass. Lightning-conductor 

Dodge, Thomas H, Worcester, Mass. Rolling wire rods and apparatus therefor 

Dodge, Ulysses B., Predonia, N. Y. Ash-sifter 

Dodge, Wallace H., Mjshawaka, Ind. Band-pulley 

Dodge, Wallace H. , Mishawaka, Lad. School-desli 

Dodge, William P., Bloomfield, Iowa. Harrow : 

Dodge, William P., Prospect, and J. Cummings, Jr., Utica, N. Y. Coat 

Dods, Henry, and P. Hindes, Virginia City, Nev. Cable-grip apparatus 

Dodson, Carrolton, Pall River, Kans. Washing-machine 

Dodson, Silas, New York, N. Y. Disintegrating-machine 

Dodson, Silas, Rochester, N. Y. Grain-decorticator 

Dodson, Wilson P., Philadelphia, Pa. Railway-switch 

Dodsworth, Caleb, and P. Burke, Cincinnati, Ohio. Device for heating and cooling 
mashes 

Doe, George W., Fairhaven, Mass. Loom-shuttle 

Doerr, John H. (See Wigmore, William H., assignor.) 

Doerr, John H., Camden, N. J., and W. H. Wigmore, Philadelphia, Pa. Curtain-bracket 
for sleeping-cars 

Doherty, Annie M., administratrix. (See Doherty, Frank.) 

Doherty, Charles. (See Prier, Doherty, and Everett.) 

Doherty, Fisher, and E. L. Sies. Crawfordsville, Ind. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Doherty, Frank, deceased, (A.M. Doherty administratrix, ) Columbus, Ohio. Pipe-coup- 
ling for water and gas pipes and mains 

Doherty, Patrick J., Chelsea, Mass. Skate 

Doherty, William A., and C. G. Van Sickel, Muskegon, Mich. Crosscut-sawing machine . 

Doherty, William C, Sacramento, Cal. Fruit-drier 

Doig, William S. (See Smith and Doig.) 

Dolan, Edward J., Philadelphia, Pa. Sheet-metal press 

Dolan, Edward J., Philadelphia, Pa. Seaming-press 

Dolbear, Amos E., Somerville, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Dolbear Electric 

Telephone Company, of New Jersey. Telephone 

Dolbear Electric Telephone Company. (See Dolbear, Amos E., assignor.) 

Dolbeer, John, San Francisco, Cal. Logging-engine 

Dolbeer, John, San Francisco, Cal. Logging-locomotive - 

Dolberg, Rudolph. (See AVienke, Carl P. A., assignor ) 

Dolby, Tbomas G. P., Dulwich, England. Closing cans 

Dole,' Joseph L. (See Wilkins and Dole.) 

Dolen, John M., Wiconisco, Pa. Safety attachment for dampers 

Doll, Arnold, Cleveland, Ohio. Egg and flour mixer 

Doll, Henry C. (See Robertson and Doll.) 

Dollison, Levi P., Wabash, Ind. Lubricator 

Dolman, John H, Albany, Tex. Separator for pecan and other nuts 

Dolmau. William H, St. Helen, Oreg. Fire-proof building 

Dolph, Edwin W., Bridgeport, Conn. Foot-rest 



281,848 
288,035 

276,162 
276,163 
271,012 
286,183 
282,862 

273,070 
285.586 

272,220 



276,009 

285,587 

285,471 

276,367 
280,805 

281,250 

288,985 
273 476 
270,541 
287,108 

280,915 

278,519 
285,397 
288,625 
270,641 
274,113 
286.792 
273,477 
273,478 

279,640 

279,641 



275,607 
280,725 
282,449 
285,979 
289,076 
290,002 
279,724 
276,230 
286,594 
273.479 
289,236 
290,003 
277,243 
274.574 
277,998 
287,810 

271,692 
271,433 



275,164 

286,184 

284,285 
279,359 
280,457 
277,013 

271,044 
286,283 

288,215 

290,755 
290,756 

284,398 

286,400 
270,642 



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July 24 
Nov. 6 

Apr. 24 
Apr. 24 
Feb. 6 
Oct. 9 
Aug. 7 

Mar. 13 
Sept. 25 

Feb. 13 

Apr. 17 

Sept. 25 

Sept. 25 

Apr. 24 
July 10 

July 17 
Nov. 27 
Mar. 6 
Jan. 9 
Oct. 23 

July 10 

Miw 29 
Sept. 25 
Nov. 20 
Jan. 16 
Mar. 20 
Oct. 16 
Mar. 6 
Mar. 6 

June 19 

June 19 



Apr. 10 
July 3 
July 31 
Oct. 2 
Nov. 27 
Dec. 11 
June 19 
Apr. 24 
Oct. 16 
Mar. 6 
Nov. 27 
Dec. 11 
May 8 
Mar. 27 
May 22 
Nov. 6 

Feb. 6 
Jan. 30 



Apr. 3 

Oct. 9 

Sept. 4 
June 12 
July 3 
May 8 

Jan. 23 
Oct. 9 

Nov. 13 

Dec. 25 
Dec. 25 

Sept. 4 

Oct. 9 
Jan. 16 



270,762 Jan. 16 

271,815 I Feb. 6 

286.401 ' Oct. 9 

271,434 ' Jan. 30 



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306 

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2495 
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968 

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2686 

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1614 

786 
1380 
1744 
1023 

308 
1801 

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914 

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935 
151 
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1503 
639 

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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Don. William, New York, assignor to W. White, White Plains, N. Y. Seat for street-cars. 

Don, William, New York, assignor to W. White, White Plains, N. Y. Car-spring support. 

Don, William, New York, assicnor to W. White, White Plains, N. Y. Car-axle box 

Donahoo, John J., and P. J. Finn, Js ew Orleans, La. Window-shutter opener 

Donahue, Joseph I., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mucilage-wafer' 

Donalds, John, Stillwater, Minn. Attachment for logging-sleds 

Donaldson Brothers. (See De Meza, Wilson, assignor.) 

Donaldson Brothers. (See De Quillfeldt, Charles, assignor.) 

Donaldson, George W. (See Hnssey, Levi, assignor.) 

Donaldson. James A., Greenville, Pa. Apparatus for administering nitrous-oxide gas 

Donaldson, Eobert R., et al. (See Shiver, Elisha, assignor.) 

Donaldson. Sveu, Texarkana, Tex. Hay and cotton press 

Donovan William. Chicago, 111. Adjustable balcony 

Donlon, William, Eden Prairie, Minn. Stock-releasing device 

Donuell & Co., J. F. (See Schwintzer and Graff, assignors.) 

Donnell, Edward P. (See Partridge, Alfred, assignor.) 

Donnell, Edward P., Chicago, 111. Roller book-backing machine 

Donnell. Edward P., Chicago, El. Paper-cutting machine 

Donnelly, Charles J. , Philadelphia, Pa. Match-machine 

Donnelly. Matthias, et al. (See Elliott, Charles W., assignor.) 

Donnelly, William E.. assignor to T. Simmons, Cleveland, Ohio. Hemstitching attachment 
for sewing-machines 

Donnenwerth. John G., Browning, Mo. Oiling cylinders of steam-engines 

Donoghue. William, assignor to D. Garrison and G. C. Reukauff, Philadelphia, Pa. Ward- 
robe-bedstead 

Donovan, Albert, et al. (See Beucus, Cephus, assignor.) 

Donovan, David H. (Seo Briggs. Orlando P., assignor.) 

Donovan, George L., assignor to C. Rogers & Bros., Meriden, Conn. Mirror-hinge 

Donovan, John E , Cincinnati. Ohio. Self-belting pulley 

Donovan, John E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Clothes wringer 

Donovan, John E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Pattern for producing castings 

Donovan, John E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Vapor-burner 

Donovan, Will, et al. (See Beucus, Cephus, assignor^ 

Doody, James. (See Hill and Doody.) 

Doelcv. Thomas B., assignor to J. Souther. Boston, Mass. Printing-press 

Doolittle. D. Edward. (See Doolittlo. William E. and D. E.) 

Doolittle, George. (See Stanley and Doolittle.) 

Doolittle, George, and II. D. Stanley. Bridgeport, Conn. Machine for confining strands .. 

Doolittle, George W.. Kansas City, Mo. Grinding-mill 

Doolittle. Harrison, Plain City, Ohio. Harrow 

Doolittle, James E„ and H. C. Sherwood, assignors to I. W. Birdseye & Co., Bridgeport, 
Conn. Corset 

Doolittle, John H, Greystone, Conn. Crochet-needle 

Doolittle, Oscar B. (See McCarthy and Cnmming, assignors.) 

Doolitlle. William E. and D. E., assignors to Russell & Erwin Manufacturing Company,; 
New Britain, Conn. Machine for putting nuts on bolts ] 

Dooner, John, San Francisco. Cal. Blackboard-rubber 

D'Opdorp, Fcois. P., Brussels, Belgium. Advertising letter-paper and envelope 

Dopp, H. William, Buffalo, N. Y. Soap remelting and crutching apparatus 

Dopp. Henry W., Buffalo, N. Y. Jacketed steam-kettle for rendering fats, boiling soap, 
and for other uses 

Dorchester, Daniel, Jr.. et al. (See Murray. James W., assignor.) 

Dorlliuger, Louis J. (See O'Connor. John S., assignor.) 

Dorin, James L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Toy house , 

Doring. Julius A., Leipsic, Germany. Sewing-machine 

Dora, Rudolf, Omaha, Nebr. Medical compound for horses, &c 

Dorr, H. A. (See Baldwin, Mareellus 0., assignor.) 

Dorr, H. A. (See Haynes, Thomas, assignor.) 

Dorr, Herbert C.. San Francisco, Cal. Hand-stamp 

Dorr, Robert E. A., and T. Williams, Philadelphia, Pa. Printer's galley 

Dorrance. Charles J. (See Lockwood, William C, assignor.) 

Dorrell, Thomas B. (See Wood and Dorrell.) 

Dorset t. Daniel H, Chicago, 111. Mold for casting pipe of plastic material 

Dorsey Machine Company. (See Remy, Noah T., assignor.) 

Doten, Charles C. Plymouth, Mass. type-case 

Dotterer. Thomas D., Charleston, S. C. Manufacture of sulphuric acid 

Dotts, Thomas J., Reading, Pa. Automatic shutter-fastener 

Doty, Duane. Berlin. Wis. Machine for making whips 

Doty, George L., Middletown. Ohio. Brick-mold bumper and palette-holder combined 

Doty, James M., Columbus, Ohio. Truck 

Doty, Riley, Leonardsburg, Ohio. Valve lor steam-engines - 

Doty. Rile'v, Leonardsburg, Ohio. Slide-valve 

Doty. William M., Chicago, 111. Washing-machine 

Doubleday, Henry H., trustee. (See Doubleday, William B.. assignor.) 

Doubleday. William B., Binghamton, N. Y., assignor to H. H. Doubleday for himself and 
as trustee. Washington, D. C. Device for attaching reels to fishing-rods 

Dond, Wesley E.. Eureka, Kans. Rubber cement for the manufacture of memorandum- 
blocks and tablets 

Dongan, John B. (See Clark, Alvin B., assignor.) 

Dougherty, Andrew, Brooklyn, N. Y. Playing-card 

Dongher^y, George P., Independence, Mo. Car-coupling 

Dougherty, James H. (See Briggs and Dougherty.) 

Dougherty, James H. Whistler, Ala. Device for bending and shaping the ends of bars . . 

Dougherty. Michael J., assignor of one-half to J. Burnett and E. McHale, Carbondalo, Pa. 
Car-conpling 

Dougherty. Philip, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Corn-planting attachment for plows 

Dougherty, Tiberias, Philadelphia, Pa. Excavating apparatus 

Doughty, Henry C, Gray, and D. Hall. Auburn, Mo. Latch 

Donginc, James T.. Chicago. 111. Cleaning sewers 

Douglas, Campbell M.. Quebec. Quebec, Canada. Folding boat 

Douglas, Charles, Detroit, Mich. Broom 



JSn> 



uglas, Charles B., Troy, Ala. Sulky-plow . 




282,178 

279,546 
273,823 
289,398 



276,787 
290,004 
270,403 



288,036 
288,037 

273,480 



285,230 
270,028 
275,165 
275,166 
283,977 



286,689 

289,077 
276,570 
283,083 

273,042 
287,109 

280,298 

283,870 
290,179 

285,736 
287,424 



282,965 
284,190 
275,472 



283,583 
288,038 



284,191 

278.782 
270,763 
273,265 
270,029 
284,727 
285,588 
283,978 
285,737 
2^2,615 



285.346 

285,980 

278,412 
273,481 

281.470 

290,005 
290,006 

283,703 

281,036 

287.811 
285,981 
283,979 



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volume. 


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Gazette. 


Pi 

tn 


ti 

~u 
R 

640 
342 
342 
68 
400 
154 






Oct. 30 
Nov. 20 
Nov. 20 
Jan. 2 
Apr. 24 
Dec. 11 


2372 
1245 
1246 

237 
1668 

552 


25 
25 
25 
23 
23 
25 


460 
739 
739 
49 
1536 
989 


July 31 


2344 


646 


24 


428 


June 19 
Mar. 13 
Dec. 4 


1175 

759 

31 


325 

206 
10 


23 

23 
25 


2337 
972 
892 


May 1 
Dec. 11 
Jan. 9 


336 

790 
697 


89 
222 
206 


23 
25 
23 


1684 

1032 

146 


Nov. 6 
Nov. 6 


311 
311 


88 
88 


25 
25 


561 
561 


Mar. 6 


309 


84 


23 


• 886 


Sept. 18 
Jan. 2 
Apr. 3 
Apr. 3 

Aug. 28 


1329 
238 
367 
368 

1824 


374 
69 
101 
101 
515 


24 
23 
23 
23 
24 


1147 

49 

1290 

1290 

855 


Oct. 16 


1147 


309 


25 


224 


Nov. 27 
May 1 
Aug. 14 


1614 

34 

726 


447 

9,10 

203 


25 
23 
24 


813 

1633 

636 


Feb. 27 
Oct. 23 


1849 
1686 


518 
462 


23 
25 


785 
326 


June 26 

Aug. 28 
Dec. 11 


2070 

1695 
988 


(582 

$583 

477 

279 


?23 

24 
25 


2501 

830 
1069 


Sept. 25 


1933 


(547 
t 548 


}24 


1261 


Oct. 30 


2081 


565 


25 


404 


Aug. 14 
Sept. 4 
Apr. 10 


580 

38 

803 


164 
10,11 


24 
24 
23 


610 
911 
1371 


Aug. 21 
Nov. 6 


1346 
312 


376 

88 


24 
25 


756 
561 


Sept. 4 


39 


11,12 


24 


911 


June 5 
Jan. 16 
Mar. 6 
Jan. 2 

Sept. 11 
Sept. 25 
Aug. 28 
Sept. 25 
Aug. 7 


146 

1164 

26 

238 

703 
1744 
1826 
1935 

169 


43 

333 

8 

69 
197 
494 
515 
548 

51 


23 
23 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 


2147 

242 

839 

49 

1029 

1228 
855 

1261 
530 


Sept. 18 


1449 


408 


24 


1168 


Oct. 2 


250 




25 


48 


May 29 
Mar. 6 


2364 
310 


646 

84 


23 
23 


2061 
886 


July 17 


1416 


389 


24 


262 


Dec. 11 
Dec. 11 


791 
792 


222 
223 


25 
25 


1033 
1033 


Aug. 21 


1482 


(417 
\ 418 


^24 


782 


July 10 
Nov. 6 
Oct. 2 

Aug. 28 

Mar. 13 


860 

25 

251 

1820 

930 


239 
8.9 

71 

515 

( 257 

)258 


24 
25 

25 
24 _ 

?23 


159 
512 

48 
855 

1002 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



. Douglas, Philadelphia, Pa. Pipe cutting 



Douglas, Charles H. , Chicago, HI. Circular saw 
Douglas, John B., assignor to Newsbam, Nock & 

and threading machine 

Douglas, Joseph W., M.ddletown, Conn. Combined drill or reamer, tap, and socket 

Donglas, Joseph W., Middletown, Conn. Cutter and holder for lathes 

Douglas, Joseph W., Middletown, Conn. Cutter and holder for lathes, &c 

Douglas, Joseph W., Middletown, Conn. Cutter and holder for lathes, &c 

Douglas, Silas H., Ann Arbor, Mich. Hydrocarbon-buiner 

Douglass, James N. , Dulwich, county of Surrey, England. Burner for gas or oil 

Douglass, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Metallic bub 

Douglass, John L., Belleville, N. J. Increasing the flow and delivery of liquids 

Douglass, Samuel W., assignor to American Diamond Bock Boring Company, New York, 

N. Y. Expansion rotary drill 

Douglass, Samuel W., assignor to J. B. Edson, New York, N. Y. Process of and apparatus 

for the formation of deep wells 

Douty, William H. (See Brock, William M., assignor.) 

Dover, Samuel B., Dayton, Ohio. Straight-way valve 

Dover, Samuel B., assignor to Buckeye Iron and Brass Works, Dayton, Ohio. Apparatus 

for extracting oil from oleaginous seeds, &c 

Dow, Charles II., and W. H. Chandler, Virginia City, Nev., assignors of one-half to W. A. 

Shreves, Bordentown, and M. L. Justin, Jersey City, N. J. Process of grinding and ap- 
paratus for amalgamating ores — 

Dow,ChristopherC, assignor of one-half toH.Hovey,Camden,N. J. Marine-engine governor 

Dow, Hiram A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Vapor-stove 

Dow, Lorenzo, Boston, Mass., assignor to American Iron Post and Construction Company, 

of New York. Wire fence. (Reissue) 

Dowd, Daniel, Larue, Ohio. Cutting and feeding attachment for thrashing-machines 

Dowd, Daniel, Larue, Ohio. Band-cutter and feeder for thrashing-machines 

Dowdell, Seleta C, La Salle, Tex. Pan-cover 

Dowons, Harrison, New York, N. Y. Automatic correcting device for thermostats 

Dowens, Harrison, New York. N Y. Correcting attachment for automatic heat-alarms . . . 

Dowling, Daniel E. , New York, N. Y. Feed mechanism for roller-mills 

Dowling, Robert H.. assignor of one-half to C. H. Follett, Newark, Ohio. Car-coupling- . . 

Dowling, Thomas, Gloucester, Mass. Pump 

Down, William H., et al. (See Burton, Joseph, assignor.) 

Downe, James R , et al. (See Burns and Buckman, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Downes, Charles L. 'See Kerner and Downes.) 

Downes, George W., New York, N. Y. Door-spring 

Downie, Alexander F. (See Nute, John H., assignor.) 

Downie, George, Salinas, Cal. Incrustation preventive 

Downie, Robert M., Fallston, Pa. Apparatus for cooling water 

Downie, William. (See Southack, Cyprian F., assignor.) 

Downing, Burton J., Seely. Kans. Hen's nest 

Downing, Henry M., Enfield. Mass. Folding clothes-rack 

Downing, James H.., Lane, Kans. Fire-escape 

Downing, James L., Richmond, HI. Hand truck 

Downing, Jerome F., Erie, Pa. Child's carriage 

Downing, John C. (See Keller, Adam, assignor.) 

Downs, Benjamin J., et al. (See Payne, Newton W., assignor.) 

Dowse, William B., Boston, Mass. Cloak 

Dowse, WiUiam B., Boston, Mass. Circular cloak 

Dowson, Joseph E., Westminster, London, England. Apparatus for the manufacture of gas. 

Doxsie, George W.. assignor to himself and E. Shay, Haring, Mich. Logging- wheel 

Doyle, Edward L., Lynn, Mass., and G S. Burr, Montezuma, Colo. ; said Burr assignor of 

one-half to said Doyle. Ore-concentrator 

Doyle, John, Hoboken, N. J., assignor to himself and C. C.T)usenbury, White Plains, N. Y. 

Hand-protector 

Dovle, John, Hoboken, N. J., assignor to himself and C. C. Dusenbury, White Plains, N. Y. 

Game apparatus 

Doyle, John H. , Hillsborough, Ohio. Dental lip and tongue holder 

Doyle, John J., Chicago, HI., assignor to Schollhorn & Tiesing Manufacturing Company, 

New Haven. Conn. Flap for carriage-doors 

Doyle, Richard, Grand Rapids, Mich. Book-binder's clamp 

Doyle, Thomas, San Francisco, Cal. Horseshoe 

Doyle. Thomas H., Norwich, N. Y. Whisk or other broom holder 

Doyle, William L., Buffalo, N. Y. Railway-signal 

Dozier, Lewis D., St. Louis, Mo. Sheet-metal packing-box 

Drainage Construction Company. (See Waring, George E., Jr., assignor.) 

Drake, Charles C . Trenton, N. Jr Telephone and telegraph protector 

Drake, Charles W., Pittsburg, Pa. Attachment for screw-drivers 

Drake, Edward P., et al. (See Aldrich, Hosea I., assignor.) 

Drake, Geortie D., et al. (See Heyl, Frederick, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Drake, James A. (See McNeely and Drake.) 

Drake, James H.. St. Paul. Minn., and D. G. Weems, Chicago, HI. Composite stone 

Drake, John B., Goshen, Ind. Pump 

Drake, John B., Goshen, Ind. Pump 

Drake, John T. n., Emporia, Mo. Sa wing-machine 

Drake, Mahlon S., et al. (See Heyl, Frederick, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Drake, Mahlon S., Newark, N. J. Orange-clipper 

Drake, Mahlon S., assignor to J. J. Walton, Newark, N. J. Hanging book-shelves 

Drake, Nathaniel, et aC (See Heyl. Frederick assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Drake, Robert. Newark, N. J. Hat felting machine 

Drake, Robert, Newark, N. J. Hatter's tank 

Drake, Wan en W., Girard, Ohio. Fire-escape 

Draper, Charley A., Centralia, 111. Billet and buckle fastener 

Diaper, Charles T., assignor to L. C. Beardsley & Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Tilting can 

Draper, John B., Zanesville, HI. Car-coupling 

Draper, Luther M., Plainwell, Mich. Gate-hinge 

Draper & Sons, George. (See Allen, George H., assignor.) 

Draper & Sons, George. (See Carroll, William T., assignor.) 

Draper & Sons, George. (See Chase, Horace P., assignor.) 

Dranpr & Sons, George. (Seo Fay, Rimmon C, assignor.) 

Draper & Sons, George. (Seo Gray, James R., assignor.) 

Drawbaugb, Daniel, Eberly's Mill', Pa. Telephone-transmitter 



274,922 

273,348 
279,360 
280,146 
280,147 
280,148 
272,863 
290,545 
287,645 
286,185 

274,740 

290,546 

284,122 

270,291 



282,863 
2'. 9. 861 
288,216 

10.362 
279,725 
290,547 
287.425 
270,643 
273,349 
239.518 
281 ,983 
279,923 



278,783 

277,122 
285,472 

271,318 
284.286 
290,007 
284.019 
286,186 



272,537 
277,014 
278,107 
273,043 

290,008 

276,231 

281.348 
278,520 

285.240 
272,864 
271.228 
274,471 

285,589 

279,726 

280.916 
290,218 



273,824 
282,864 
285.241 
280,149 

278,108 
275,027 

270,292 
279,547 
275.608 
289,816 
274,923 
287.110 
276,165 



Apr. 3 

Mar. 6 
June 12 
June 26 
June 26 
June 26 
Feb. 27 
Dec. 18 
Oct. 30 
Oct. 9 

Mar. 27 

Dec. 18 

Aug. 28 

Jan. 9 



Aug. 7 
June 19 
Nov. 13 

Aug. 7 
June 19 
Dec. 18 
Oct. 30 
Jan. 16 
Mar. 6 
Dec. 4 
July 24 
June 26 



June 5 

May 8 
Sept. 25 

Jan. 30 
Sept. 4 
Dec. 11 
Sept. 11 
Oct. 9 



Fob. 20 

May 8 

May 22 

Feb. 27 

Dec. 11 

Apr. 24 

July 17 
May 29 

Sept. 18 
Feb. 27 
Jan. 30 
Mar. 27 

Sept. 25 

June 19 

July 10 
Dec. 18 



Mar. 13 
Aug. 7 
Sept. 18 
June 26 

May 22 
Apr. 3 

Jan. 9 
June 19 
Apr. 10 
Dec. 11 
Apr. 3 
Oct. 23 
Apr. 24 



272,865 Feb. 27 



46 

141 

936 
1884 
1885 
1887 
1634 
1485 
2374 

499 

1919 

1486 

2027 

550 



466 

1538 

524 

554 
1380 
1489 
2083 
1008 
142 
183 
2071 
1616 



147 

773 

1607 

1843 
158 
793 
563 
500 



1200 
628 
1939 
1850 

794 

1745 

1262 
2496 

1330 
1635 
1730 
1583 

1745 

1381 

711 
1049 



760 

467 

1331 

1C88 

1941 
195 

552 
1175 
969 
553 
47 
1687 
1669 



12 

39,40 
261 
530 
530 
531 
457 
411 
640 
138 

535 

411 

564 
162 



132 
430 
146 

156 
385 
412 
566 
291 
40 
51 
568 
454 



43 



451 

535 
43 
223 
159 
138 



335 
165 
532 

518 

223 
484 

351 

681 

375 

457 
501 
434 
494 
495 
385 

200 
295 



132 
375 
531 

532 
51 

162 
326 
263 
155 
12 
462 
4C1 



1636 458 23 749 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



91 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Drawbaugh, Daniel, Eberly's Mill, Pa. Speaking-trumpet for receiving-telephones 

Drawbaugh, Daniel, Eberly's Mill, Pa. Telephone 

Drawbaugh, Daniel, Eberly's Mill, Pa. Telephone 

Drawbaugh, Daniel, Eberly's Mill, Pa. Telephone-transmitter 

Drawbaugh, Daniel, Eberly's Mill, Pa., assignor to People's Telephone Company, of New 

York. Electric signalin g apparatus for telephone-lines 

Drawbaugh, Daniel, Eberly's Mill, Pa., assignor to People's Telephone Company, of New 

York. Telephone-transmitter 

Drawbaugh, Daniel, Eberly's Mill, Pa., assignor to People's Telephone Company, of New< 

York. Telephone-repeater j 

Drawbangh, Daniel, Eberly's Mill, assignor of one-half to E. W. Chellis, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Hydraulic jack 

Dredge, Edgar. Hoxton, county of Middlesex, assignor of one-half to Beath, Schiess & Co., 

London. England. Band-knife cloth-cutting machine 

Dreiser, John, New York, N. Y. Fishing-reel 

Drenuon, Robert H., et al. (See Kirkbride, Frederick L., assignor.) 
Drennon. Robert H., et al. (See Spooner, Samuel P., assignor.) 

Drescher. Henry, New York, N. Y. Peed-bag 

Drcsdner, Isidor, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pur-plucking machine 

Drew, Harry E.. et al. (See Wisbard, Lucinda B. J., assignor.) 

Drew. "Walter F.. Sacramento, Cal. Hand-rake 

Drew, William E., Richmond, Va. Car-coupling ; 

Drew, "William H., assignor to himself and S. Fildes, La Porte, Ind. Carpet-stretcher 

Dreyer. JohaDn H., assignor to C. Koster, New York, N. Y. Fire-proof ceiling or floor . . . 
Dreyfus. Achille, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for treating argols in the manufacture of( 

cream of tartar J 

Dreyfus. Henry, assignor to Lorsch, Dreyfus & Co., Providence, R. I. Button 

Drevfnss, Bernard, New York, N. Y. Advertising-card 

Drevfuss, Isidor. (See Helm us and Drey fuss.) 

Drilliuger, .Tames R.. Terre Haute, Lnd. Sliding door 

Drinkans. Phillipp, Jr., Detroit. Mich. Rotary stamping-machine 

Driseoll, Daniel P., Pittsburg, Pa., and J. H. Dugan, Dennison, Ohio. Switch-lock 

Driseoll, Lawrence J., Somerville, assignor to A. M. Lougee, Boston, Mass. Machine for 

sewing on buttons .: 

Driver, Samuel, Providence, R. I. Feeding mechanism for carding-machines 

Dioiiin. Alexis, Paris, France. Extracting metals 

Drown, William A. (See Powell, John B., assignor.) 
Drum, Edgar M. (See Yeoman and Drum.) 

Drumiuonil, Frank H., Bangor, and T. Jenkins, Jr., Howard, Me. Boring-machine 

Drummond, George, Jr , Philadelphia, Pa. Device for holding spigots, &c 

Dryden. Caelius O., et al. (See Sauter, Charles, assignor.) 

Dryer, Bemhard A.. New York. N. Y. Conduit for electric wires 

Dryfoos, Alnhons, New York, N. Y. Combined trunk and wardrobe 

Drysdale, William A., Philadelphia, Pa. Electric gas-lighter 

Du Barry, Edmund L. (See Stevens and Du Barry.) 

Du Lois," Addison, Xew York, N. Y. Guard gate for cars 

Du Bois, B. F (See Shive, David, assignor.) 

Du Bois, Frederick N., New York, N. Y. Plumber's trap 

Du Bois, George W., Wilmington, Del. Pocket-knife 

Du Bois, John. (See Lutz, W. Clay, assignor.) 

Du Bois. John. Du Bois, Pa. Dam and lock 



Du Bois, Josiah S., Camden, N. J. Underground conduit for electric wires 

Du Bois, Josiah S., Camden, N. J. Boiler-feeder 

Du Bois, Josiah S., Camden, N. J. Underground conduit 

Du Bois, William A., assignor of one-half to C. O. Hale, Chicago, HI. Bale-tie fastening. . 

Du Brul, Napoleon, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cigar coloring and flavoring machine 

Du Four, Joseph L. M., Bound Brook. N. J. Wheel toy 

Du Shane, James. South Bend, Ind. Bolt for chilled mold -boards 

Electric-arc lamp 

Conduit for underground electric wires 

Dynamo-electric machine 

Oif-stii 



Du Shane. James, South Bend, Ind. 
Dn Shane, James, South Bend, Ind. 
Du Shane, James. South Beud, Ind. 
Dubler, John B.. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Dublin Agricultural Company. (See Floyd. Halleck. assignor.) 

Dubois, Alexandre N., Philadelphia, Pa. Dyeing aniline-black 

Dubois, Alexander N. Philadelphia, Pa. Mordant for aniline-black 

Dubreuil, George A.. Baltimore, Md. Shirt 

Ducat, Henry A., Portage, Wis. Leg and foot protector 

Duchemin, William, assignor to W. S. Butler, Boston, Mass. Plaiting-machine 

Ducker, William M. (See Anthony, Frank H., assignor.) 

Duckworth, James, and E. Smith, Springfield, Mass. Combined protractor, square, and 
bevel ' 



Ducro, Gregory. Buffalo, N. Y. Bottle-stopper 

Dudgeon, Richard (See Dettmar John F., assignor.) 

Dndgeon. Richard. (See Tanner, John C assignor.) 

Dudley, Augustus C, Nashville, Tenn. Feather-renovator , 

Dudley, Charles B., Altoona, Pa. Making soda-lime 

Dudley, Charles B., Altoona, Pa. Purifying waters for boiler use 

Dudley, Charles B., Altoona, Pa. Purifying feed-water 

Dudley. Dana. Boston, assignor to D. S. G. Doane, Cohasset, Mass., and D. A. Plecker, 
Mount Crawfoid, Va. Rotary engine 

Dudley. Frederick. Eugene City, Oreg. Sash-fastener 

Dudley. George D. (See Bisbeb and Dudley.) 

Dudley, James N., Petrolia. Cal. Saw-handle 

Dudley. Russell G., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Dudley Shutter Worker and Burglar 
Alarm Company of New York. Shutter- worker 

Dudley Shutter Worker and Burglar Alarm Company of New York. (See Dudley, Rus- 
sell G.. assignor.) 

Dudley, Walter J., Boston, Mass. Telephone signaling apparatus 

Dudley. Wells W. (See Foster and Dudley.) 

Dudley, William L.. Covington, Ky.. and C. F. Rapp, assignors to American Iridium Com- 
pany. Cincinnati. Ohio. Electric-arc lamp 

Dueber, John C, Newport, Ky. Watch-case center 



272,866 
290,978 
290,979 
290,980 

276,136 

276,137 
287,111 

288,697 

280.017 
283,084 



285,117 
269,838 

286,120 
277,690 
277,015 
273.825 

277,016 
277,C99 
270,764 

290,757 
283,871 
271,435 



290,981 
290,758 
290,548 



289,817 
285,590 

288.555 
282,865 
281,471 

269,839 

287,510 
280,150 

282,062 

272,221 
280,304 
287,509 
290,549 
274,472 
278.109 
274,743 
274,744 
230. P19 
290,550 
283,471 

283,220 

287.112 
273,826 
274,114 

288,929 



2S2,rfi6 
270,765 



270,030 
272,127 
283,472 
285,591 



282,505 
283,365 

283,221 

285,347 

278,322 



271,816 
290,869 



Feb. 27 
Dec. 25 
Dec. 25 
Dec. 25 

Apr. 17 

Apr. 17 
Oct. 23 

Nov. 20 

July 10 
Aug. 14 



Sept. 18 

Jan. 2 

Oct. 2 

May 15 

May 8 

Mar. 13 

May 8 

May 22 

Jan. 16 

Dec. 25 

Aug. 28 

Jan. 30 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 18 



Dec. 11 

Sept. 25 

Nov. 13 
Aug. 7 
July 17 

Jan. 2 

Oct. 30 
June 26 

July 31 

Feb. 13 

July 3 

Oct. 30 

Dec. 18 

Mar. 27 

May 22 

Mar. 27 

Mar. 27 

July in 

Dec. 18 

Aug. 21 

Aug. 14 
Oct. 23 
Mar. 13 
Mar. 20 

Nov. 20 



Aug. 14 
Jan. 10 



Jan. 2 
Feb. 13 
Aug. 21 
Sept. 25 

Aug. 7 
Aug. 14 

Aug. 14 

Sept. 18 

May 29 

Feb 6 
Dec. 25 



1639 
2057 
2058 
2059 

1630 

1631 

1689 

1145 

712 
726 



1186 
23 

417 
1446 
628 
701 

629 

1816 
1165 

1771 
1696 
1999 

2060 
1772 
1490 



554 
1747 

963 

469 
1418 



2187 
1888 



2173 

789 
30 
2186 
1491 
1584 
1942 
1020 
1920 

710 
1492 
1214 

893 
10' 

762 
1123 

1425 



581 
1165 



240 

682 

1215 

1748 

35 

1085 

893 

1449 



280 
1903 



458 
566 
566 
566 

449 



C40S 
}46L 



315 



200 
203 



332 

- 7 

114 

300 
165 
206 
105 
166 
496 
333 

489 
478 
577 

507 
489 



155 
495 

265 
132 

389 



5C4 
531 

(590 
\ 597 
219 
8 
594 
412 
435 
533 
536 
536 
201 
412 
341 



(39; 
, 39C 



1C5 
333 



495 

10 
305 

249 

408 

010 



77 
525 



23 



92 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Dueber, John C, Newport, Ky. "Watch-case center 

Duell, Charles H., et al. (See Bustin, John H., assignor.) 
Duel], Charles H. (See Hey, George W., assignor.) 

Diierstock, Bernard, Cincinnati, Ohio. Faucet 

Duff. James, Oswego, N. Y. Production of starch, dextrine, glucose, sirup, and grape-sugar 
Duff, James, Oswego, N. T. Method of and apparatus for manufacturing starch, dextrine, 

glucose, sirup, grape-sugar, or spirits, beer, and vinegar 

Duff, John T., assignor of one-third to J. M. Montgomery, Allegheny, Pa. Machine for 

flanging circular plates 

Duffi eld. Patricio W., New York, N. Y. Ore-concentrator ". 

Duffy, Charles C, Newport News, Va. Door and door attachment for grain-cars 

Duffy, Charles C, Newport News, Va. Dumping-car 

Duffy, James. (See Kidd, James E., assignor.) 

Duffy, James F., Chicago, 111. Die for making blacksmiths' fullers 

Duffy, Patrick, assignor to himself and J. F. Powers, New Bedford, Mass. Nut-arbor . . . 
Duffy, Thomas W., Boston, Mass., assignor to New York Steam Company, New York, N. Y. 

Expansion-joint 

Duffy, Walter B. (See Redmond, Edmond, assignor.) 

Dnfour, John B., Gallipolis, Ohio. Baby-walker 

Dufrane. John L. (See Mckerson and Dufrane.) 
Dugan, Joseph H. (See Driscoll and Dugan.) 

Dugan, Robert, New York, N. Y. TJmbrella-fixture 

Duggan, George A. (See Wilkie and Dusgan.) 

Duggan, Keyran J. , Montgomery. Ala. Spike-puller - 

Duke, James B., Durham, N. C. Apparatus for waxing paper 

Duke, James B., Durham, N. C. Waxing paper 

Duke, James H., Jackson, Ga. Churn " 

Duke, Thomas, Henry, HI. Two- wheeled vehicle 

Dulaney, James M., and T. Owens, Topeka, Kans. Car-coupling 

Dull, Norman B., assignor of one-half to H. C. Canfield, Toledo, Ohio. Clip-bender 

Dnmareso,, John. (See Prosser, Thomas, assignor.) 

Dumas, Anthelme, Paris, France. Distribution of water in houses 

Dumke, Frank F., assignor to C. Borchert, W. P. Yollert, and H. Bollow, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Pen and pencil Tack 

Dummer, Edward, Boston, Mass. Electrical signal 

Dumn, James F., et al. (See Hill, James F., assignor.) 

Dumont, Alexandre, Paris, France. Wind-motor 



Dumont, James H.. New York, N. Y. Railway-express indicator 

Dunan, John J., Lima, Ohio. Bag-holding truck 

Dunand, Albert, Paris, France. Apparatus and systen for telephonic communication 

Dunbar, Henry D., North Hartland, Vt. Compound engine 

Dunbar, John H., assignor to Clement & Dunbar, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for forming 

the hooks of lub-handles 

Dunbar, John K.. et al. (See Flint. Edward, Jr.. assignor.) 

Dunbar, Junius H., assignor to himself and F. Brown, Youngstown, Ohio. Nail-plate feeder 
Dunbar, Junius H, assignor to himself and F. Brown, Youngstown, Ohio. Nail-plate feeder 
Dunbar & Son, R. (See Gardner, Frederick A., assignor.) 

Duncan, Andrew J., Pittsburg, Pa. Soldering cylindrical articles of tinware 

Duncan, Garnett, and J. R. Evens, assignors of one-third to J. J. Haight and W. P. Cun- 
ningham, Gainesville, Tex. Stalk-cutter 

Duncan, George. (See Wilson, Duncan, and Lauder.) 

Duncan, James, London, and B. E. P. Newlands, Clyde Wharf, Victoria Docks, county of 
Essex, England. Manufacture and treatment of sugar and apparatus employed there- 



Duncan, James S. , Browning, Mo. Combined tub-stand and clothes-rack 

Duncan & Johnston. (See Deuther, Lorenz A., assignor.) 

Duncan, Joseph M., Warsaw, N. Y. Evaporator 

Dirhcan, Mason F., and B. E. Coyle, May's Lick, Ky. Cotton, corn, and tobacco fender .. 
Duncan, William F. (See Beiff, William H., assignor.) 

Dunckel, Edwin N., Butte City, Mont. Ter. Portable steam sawing-machine 

Duncklee, Edward P. (See Green and Dnncklee.) 

Dundon, Patrick F., San Francisco, Cal. Steam-boiler 

Dungan, Andrew M., 

Dunsan, William H., 
Dunham, Arthur C, 
Dunham, Charles H., 
Dunham, Frank H. 



and M. Lacrone, Springfield, Ohio. Elevator 

, Bock Lane, Ind. Bag-holder 

Winthrop, Mass. Blind-fastener 

, etal. (See Basford, Charles B., assignor.) 

(See Dunham, George and F. H.) 
Dunham, George and F. H, Olean, N. Y. Apparatus for extinguishing fires in oil-tanks 

Dunham, Henry, Glen Aubrey, N. Y. Bock-drilling machine 

Dunham, John S., St. Louis, Mo. Confection 

Dunham, John W., et al. (See Basford, Charles B., assignor.) 

Dunham, Joseph T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined tag and envelope 

Dunham, Thomas H.. Boston, Mass. Insuiated electrical conductor 

Dunkel, Wilber K., near Macon, 111. Automatic grain-measure 

Dunlap, John Q., Seymour. Tex. Sheep-wash 

Dunlap, William H.i and J. Ketchum, jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufacture of hats 

Dunlap, William H., and J. Ketchum, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hat-drying apparatus 

Dunlap, William J. . Flushing, Ohio. Thrashing-machine separator 

Dnnlop, Oliver P., Canal Winchester, Ohio. Corn-planter 

Dunlop. Pichard A. (See Burgnvn, William H. S.. assignor.) 
Dunn, Charles W. (See Dunn, Phineas D. and C. W.) 
Dunn, George B. (See Woodlief and Dunn.) 
Dunn, Leonard F., Oneida Community, N. Y. 

Dunn, Leonard F., Oneida Community, N. Y. 

Dunn, Leonard F., Oneida Community, N. Y. 

Dunn, Michael J., Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe-maker's last 

Dunn, Michael J., Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe-maker's last 

Dunn, Phineas D. and C. W., Cleveland, Ohio. Machine for setting and gumming saws . . 
Dunn, Stanley E., Herrick Centre, Pa. Churn 



Nickel-plating 

Manufacture of spoons and forks . 
Nickel-plating 



290,870 



288,781 
270,210 

270,894 

274.115 
275.809 
278,895 
279,361 

277,468 
278,896 

282,967 

283,222 

276,788 

285,242 
286,402 
286,403 
283,085 
285,592 
271,045 
274,741 

277,691 

271,817 
288,556 

274.289 

275,609 
281.472 
280,305 

276,368 

281,984 

286.121 
287,368 

271,319 

281,621 



278,110 
270,031 

284,952 
290,009 

284,620 

281,037 

280,151 

286,793 
272,417 



290,010 
277,244 
281,849 

277,245 
280,366 
282.063 
273.972 
288.986 
288,987 
271,046 
283,330 



278,784 

280,918 

289,337 
273,482 
286,794 



Date. 



Dec. 25 



Nov. 20 
Jan. 9 

Jan. 23 

Mar. 20 
Apr. 17 
June 5 
June 12 

May 15 
June 5 

Aug. 14 

Aug. 14 

May 1 

Sept. 18 
Oct. 9 
Oct. 9 
Aug. 14 
Sept. 25 
Jan. 23 
Mar. 27 

May 15 

Feb. 6 
Nov. 13 

Mar. 20 

Apr. 10 
July 17 
July 3 

Apr. 24 

July 24 

Oct. 2 
Oct. 23 

Jan. 30 

July 17 



May 22 
Jan. 2 

Sept. 11 
Dec. 11 

Sept. 11 

July 10 

June 26 

Oct. 16 
Feb. 20 



Dec. 11 

May 8 

July 24 

May 8 

July 3 

July 31 

Maf. 13 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Jan. 23 

Ave. 14 



Juno 5 

July 10 

Nov. 27 
Mar. 6 
Oct, 16 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



284,192 Sept, 4 
271,818 ! Feb. 6 



1248 
456 

1318 

1124 
1239 
298 
938 

1184 
299 

582 

894 

336 

1331 

785 

786 

727 

1749 

1504 

1922 

1447 

283 
964 

1344 

971 

1419 

31 

1926 



2072 



417 

2008 



184-1 
1600 



1942 
240 



973 

790 



564 
861 



1275 
1052 



796 

915 

1912 

918 

32 

2174 

938 
1499 
1501 
1506 
1035 



148 

714 

1925 

311 

1276 

40 

284 



1904 525 



343 



380 



310 
341 



318 

87 

165 
249 

89 

375 
212 
212 
204 
496 
434 
536 

390 

77 
266 



C369 
$370 



369 

370 

204 

389 

9 

(534 

$535 

568 

114 
546 

C535 
$536 

439 



533 

70 

273 

224 

160 

239 

(531 

$532 

344 

295 



224 
245 



246 
9 

597 



415 
415 
434 
290 



C200 
$201 



84 

345 

12 

78 



25 



25 
23 

23 

23 
23 
23 
23 

23 
23 

24 

24 

23 

24 
25 
25 
24 
24 
23 
23 

23 

23 
25 

J 23 

23 
24 
24 



25 
25 



J 23 

24 



23 
23 

24 
25 

21 

24 

25 
23 



25 
23 

24 

23 
24 
24 
23 
25 
25 
23 
21 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Contiuuod. 



93 



Name, residence, and inventiou. 




Date. 



Dunn, Thomas H. (See Spencer and Dunn.) 

Dnnn, William, assignor of two-thirds to D. B. Ruflner and G. S. Bolton, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Nut-fastener 

Dunn, William J., assignor to himself, T.Stone, and R. C.Billington, Lewiston, Me. Picker- 
stick holder for looms 

Duiiu, William W., Port Worth, Tex. Apparatus for grain-drying and coffee-roasting 

Dunnaway, James W. (See Ballagh, Andrew H., assignor.) 

Dunneback, Joseph F. (See Clarke, John S., assignor.) 

Dunnet, Edward L., assignor of one-half to W. H. Lockerman, Pkiladeljihia, Pa. Hanger 
for carboys '. 



Dunning, William B., Geneva, N. Y. Steam-heater. (Reissue) 

Dnnscomb, John A. S. (See Monk, Henry and W., assignors.) 
Dunstedter, Jacob. (See Williams and Dunstedter.) 

Dunton, Charles H, Oakland, Cal. Cooking-stove 

Dunwody, James B., Jr., Walterborough, S. C. Shntter-bower 

Dupont, John B. (See Loomis and Dupont.) 

Durand, Arthur. (See Chaine, Durand. and De Chaligny.) 

Duraut. Edward G., Racine, Wis. Building veneer boats 

Durant, Edward G., and E. Shupe, Racine, Wis. Folding seat 

Durant, Edward G., Racine, Wis., assignor of one-half to T. Kane, Chicago, 111. 
chair. 



Opera- 



Durant, Edward G., Racine, Wis., and T. Kane. Chicago, 111. Opera-chair 

Durant, George F. , St. Louis, Mo. Telephone-exchange system 

Durden. Henry S., et al. (See Learned, Edward A., assignor.) 

Durell, Frank H, Bay City, and W. Goldie, West Bay City, Mich. Boom-stick 

Duret, James S., Peru, Ind. Calculating device 

Dnrfee, William F., Bridgeport, Conn., and T. Egleston, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for, 

casting copper 

Durgin. Henry J. (See Brown and Durgin.) 

Durgin, Henry J., Rochester, N. Y. Table-leaf support 

Durgin, Henry J., Rochester, N. Y. Machine for channeling table-legs 

Durkee. Alonzo, assignor to National Automatic Piano and Organ Manufacturing Company, 

New York, N. Y. Mechanical musical instrument 

Durkee, Edward W. , Mason, 111. Wire-coiling machine 

Durkee, George B. (Seo Edwards and Durkee.) 

Durkee. George B. (See Turner and Durkee.) 

Durkee, William H., assignor to himself and G. Marshall, Cincinnati, Ohio. Compound 

for preserving belts aud preventing tbeir slipping = 

Durlach, Elias, Brooklyn, N. Y. Tov stove 

Durlach, Elias, Brooklyn, N. Y. Toy kitchen 

Durning, Joseph S., Allegheny, Pa. Horse bay-fork 

Dnryca, Edgar E.. and P. H. Grimm, Glen Cove, assignors to Glen Cove Manufacturing 

Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for cooling liquids 

Dur.vca, John. (See Grimm, Paul H, assignor.) 

Duryee, George. Now York, N. Y. Brick and fire-proof lining for furnaces 

Dusenberry, William W., et al. (See Grant, Joseph C, assignor.) 
Dusenbury, C. Coles. (See Doyle, John, assignor.) 
Dusenbury, James W. (See Way, Orvill W., assignor.) 

Dusenbury, Philip S., assignor of one-half to J. H. Kruse, Sedalia, Mo. Cuspidor 

Dutcher Temple Company. (See Stimpson, Edward S., assignor.) 

Duteiuple, William, Boston, Mass. Elevator 

Dutemple, William R., assignor of two-thirds to G. C. and A. B. Case, Providence, R. I. 

Ear-ring fastener 

Dutot, James, and H. B. Anderson, Newton, Iowa. Steam balanced valve 

Dntrow, David E., Washington, D. C. Velocipede 

Dutrow, David E., Washington, D. 0., assignor of one-half to C. W. Bready, Montgomery 

County. Md. Paddle-wheel propeller 

Dutton, Charles, et al. (See Huntress, John H, assignor.) 
Dutton, Chauncey N. (See Wilson and Dutton.) 

Dutton, Chauncey N., assignor of one-half to T. Wilson, Washington, D. C. Water-closet. 

Dutton, Chauncey N., assignor of one-half to T. Wilson, Washington, D. C. Water-closet. 

Dutton, George W., assignor of two-thirds to L. Guldayer and M. L. Murphy, Tomales, Cal. 

Two-wheeled vehicle 

Dutton, Leander K, Oskaloosa, Iowa, Washing-machine 

Dutton, Rufns, Yonkers, N. Y. Mowing-machine 

Duval, George R., Benicia. Cal. Vehicle-brake 

Duval, Paul. Paris, France. Life-boat 

Duvall, Elbridge G. (See Willis, Daniel, assignor.) 

Duvall, Grafton H, assignorof one-half to B. Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Floor-plank clamp. 

Duvall, Henry R., et al. (See Wagner apd Seath, assignors.) 

Duvall, William C, et al. (See Kirkbiide. Frederick L., assignor.) 

Duvall, William C, et al. (See Spooner, Samuel P., assignor.) 

Dwight. James, Boston. Mass. Pole for lawn-tennis nets 

Dwyer, Daniel, Marshall. Tex. Life-boat 

Dwyer, James, Detroit. Mich. Heating-stove 

Dwyer, John J., New York, N. Y. Sash-follower 

Dwyer, William M. (See Fitz Gerald, Walter H, assignor.) 

Dye, Alexander M.. Minneapolis, Minn. Fire-escape 

Dyer, Charles E.. Maiden, Mass. Hitching device 

Dyer, Hugh, Joplin, Mo. Baking-pan 

Dyer, Josiah W.. Philadelphia, Pa. Lightning-arrester for telegraph-circuits 

Dyer, Josiah W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Automatic Current Protector and Electric 

Manufacturing Company. Lightning-arrester 

Dyer, Josiah W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Automatic Current Protector and Electric 

Manufacturing Company. Lightning arrester 

Dyer, Josiah W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Automatic Current Protector and Electric 

Marufacturing Company. Circuit-breaker and lightning-arrester for electric circuits . . . 
Dyer, Lucius. (See Young and Dyer ) 
Dyer, Richard N., assignor of one-third to H. W. Seely, New York, N. Y. Thermostatic 

fire-indicator 



270,877 

278,111 
284,728 



270,183 
10,391 



270,766 
275,167 



272,663 
278,691 

271,320 
274,742 
286,595 

276,789 
283,331 

287,646 

279,231 
284,193 

282,179 
273,483 



277,017 
272,664 
272,665 
278,897 

271,436 

271,437 



277,692 

287,012 

280,726 
275,610 
277,246 

276,010 



280,017 
280,018 

274,183 
274,473 
271,819 
271,047 
281,622 

280,152 



282,506 
273,713 
272.128 
283,384 

284,542 
282,968 
271,321 
272,867 

287,647 

289,629 

289,630 



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May 22 
Sept. 11 



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Jan. 30 
Mar. 27 
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Oct. 23 

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June 26 



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Mar. 13 
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Sept. 4 
Aug. 14 
Jan. 30 
Feb. 27 

Oct. 30 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
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Dyer, Richard N., and H. W. Seely, Menlo Park, N. J., assignors of one-third to S. Insull, 
New York, N. Y. Electric flat-iron 

Dyer, Stephen R. (See Conlon and Dyer.) 

Dyer, Stephen R., New Orleans, La. Car-axle box 

Dynamite Nobel Soceite Anonyme. (See Barbe, Paul, assignor.) 

Eager, Prank L., Palmer, Mass. Car-coupling 

Eager. Erank L., Palmer, Mass. Car-coupling 

Eagle Lock Company. (See Bradt, William D., assignor.) 

Eagle Lock Company. (See Ogden, Mortimer C, assignor.) 

Eagle Lock Company. (See Roche, James, assignor.) 

Eagleson, Alexander M. (See Huntington, Lawson G., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Eames, Charles J., New York, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for burning water-gas in 
furnaces 

Eames, Ryland W. (See Bishop and Eames.) 

Eames, Wilfred, assignor to Evansville Pump Company, Evansville, Ind. Pump 

Earhart, George W. (See Butler, Earhart, and Crawford.) 

Earhart, John F., Columbus, Ohio. Casting a plate for decorative printing, &c 

Earhart, John E., Columbus. Ohio. Printing-plate 

Earl. Edwin F., et al. (See Westerfleld, William C, assignor.) 

Earl, Francis, St. Ives, county of Huntingdon, England. Egg-beater 

Earl, Gardner, et al. (See Be'tts, Edgar K., assignor.) 

Earl, Henry W., assignor of two- thirds to G. F. Sinton and S. P. Rylaud, Jr., Baltimore, 
Md. Seal-lock 

Earl, John H., et al. (See Westerfleld, William C, assignor.) 

Earl, William S., et al. (See Betts, Edgar K., assignor.) 

Earl & W0son. (See Turner, Isaac P., assignor.) 

Earle, Daniel D. (See Williams, Eben B., assignor.) 

Earle, George W., and G. S. Strail, Tully, N. Y. Running-gear for carriages 

Earle, John, Darbv, Pa. Engraving 

Earle Manufacturing Company, T. K. (See Arnold, Oliver, assignor.) 

Earls, William H., Kalkaska, Mich. Spittoon 

Early, Louis S. and M. J. B., Ladonia, Tex. Stalk-cutter 

Early, Matthias J. B. (See Early, Louis S. and M. J. B.) 

Earnshaw, Charles W., Boston, Mass. Sales-book 

East Hampton Bell Company. (See Goff, George W., assignor.) 

East, John T. , Castana, Iowa. Saw-set 

Eastburn, David B., South Bend, Ind. Roaster , 

Eastman, Haskett D., Minneapolis, Minn. Fire'escape 

Eastman, Henry A. (See Force, Douglas S., assignor.) 

Eastman, William E., Boston, Mass. Air-motor 

Eastman, William W., et al. (See McManus, Henry, assignor.) 

Eastman, William W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lamp-burner 

Easton, Henry. (See Ives, Henry, assignor.) 

Easton, James W., New York, N. Y. Dynamo-electric machine 

Eastwood, John. (See Merrill and Eastwood.) 

Eastwood, John, Hillsdale, Mich. Portable fence 

Eastwood, John W., Denver, Colo. Combined book-clamp and portfolio 

Eastwood Wire Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, Charles, assignor.) 

Eatherton, Henry H, assignor of one-half to A. C. Thompson, Monticello, HI. Railway 
time-signal '- 

Eatherton, Henry H., assignor of one-half to A. C. Thompson, Cisco, HI. Tile-ditcher 

Eatherton, Henry H., assignor of one-half to A. C. Thompson, Monticello, HI. Railway- 
sigoal 

Eatherton, Henry H., assignor of one-half to A. C. Thompson, Monticello, HI. Railway- 
signal 

Eatherton, Henry H., assignor of one-half to A. C. Thompson, Monticello, HI. Cutter-chain 
for ditching-machines, &c 

Eaton, Asahel K., et al. (See Wallace, William, assignor.) 

Eaton, Asahel K., Brooklyn, N. Y. Thermo electric battery 

Eaton, Benjamin F., Coxsackie, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Hnion Cabinet 
and Paper Company, Boston, Mass. Paper-holder 

Eaton, Charles E., Chelsea, Mass. Car-axle 

Eaton, Enoch C, Pinckneyville, HI. Sulky-plow 

Eaton, Frederick, Los Angeles, Cal. Protecting iron water-pipes from rust 

Eaton, George S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Type-rubbing machine 

Eaton, George S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Insulated electric conductor 

Eaton, George S., assignor to himself and W. A. French, Brooklyn, N. Y. Burial-casket .. 

Eaton, Hiram A. , Manchester, Me. Alarm-signal. (Reissue) 

Eaton, Isaac, New Sharon, Iowa. End-gate 

Eaton, Marcus, Circleville, Ohio. Lifting-jack 

Eaton, Oliver N., New York, N. Y. Endless hod-elevator 

Eaton, Thomas W., and F. H. Prince, Chicago, HI. Barb-wire-fenoe machine 

Eayrs, Harrison P., et al. (See Kohler, Edward, assignor.) 

Ebbert, Jerry, Martin's Ferry, Ohio. Steam cooking- vessel 

Ebhert, John, Rockaway Beach, N. Y., assignor to P. A. Hall, Chicago, HI. Spike-ex- 
tractor 

Ebbes, Alexander. (See Mitchell. Ardon M., assignor.) 

Eber, Caspar C, St. Paul, Minn. Car-coupling 

Eber, Henry C, Quincy, HI. Beer-cask 

Eberhard, Anton, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam engine 

Eberhard, George F., Cleveland, Ohio. Trace-loop 

Eberhard, George F., Cleveland, and J. E. Renz, Medina, Ohio. Trace-supporter 

Eberhard, William, assignor of one-half to G. T. Ford, Akron, Ohio. Grain-cutting ma- 
chine 

Eberhard, William, assignor of one-half to G. T. Ford, Akron, Ohio. Cuspidor-stand 

Eberhardt, Henry E., Newark, N. J. Friction-clutch 

Eberbart, Lloyd, Jolict, HI. Check-rower attachment for seed-planters 

Eberhart, Lloyd, Joliet, HI, Anchor for check-row cords 

Eberbart, Lloyd, and I. D. Stevens, Joliet, HI. Door-hanger 

Eberle, Louis, Altoona, Pa. Composition for gilt moldings 

Eberley, Fridcrich C. and R. Richter, Denver, Colo. Coke oven and kiln 

Eberlino, Thomas, Tarentum, Pa. Axle-skein 



287,758 

273,484 

270,032 
282,616 



272,378 

280,920 

282,866 
284,399 

280,019 
278,227 



276,011 
277,412 

271,820 
280,590 

283,872 

279,140 
282,617 
275,895 

278,228 

281,674 

290,551 

271.322 
283,980 



279,084 
279,141 

286,122 

286,915 

288,930 

289,631 

285,398 
284,194 
270,033 
289,900 
278,785 
280,153 
274,575 
10,295 
280,020 
277,247 

287,013 

275,810 



Oct. 30 



Mar. 6 



Jan. 2 
Aug. 7 



Feb. 13 

July 10 

Aug. 7 
Sept. 4 

June 26 
May 22 



Apr. 17 
May 8 

Feb. 6 
July 3 

Aug. 28 

June 12 
Aug. 7 
Apr. 17 

May 22 

July 24 

Dec. 18 

Jan. 30 
Aug. 28 



June 5 
June 12 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 16 

Nov. 20 

Dec. 4 

Sept. 25 
Sept. 4 
Jan. 2 
Dec. 11 
June 5 
June 26 
Mar. 27 
Mar. 13 
June 26 
May 8 

Oct. 23 

Apr. 17 

July 3 

Dec. 11 

July 17 
Dec. 4 
Dec. 25 
Nov. 20 
Dec. 4 

Aug. 28 
Dec. 25 
Dec. 25 
Feb. 20 
July 17 
June 5 
Nov. 27 

July 31 

Aug. 28 



2529 



313 



241 
170 



991 
717 



471 
294 



1743 
2100 



1473 
1107 



305 

1697 

673 

171 

1341 

2101 

1678 

1493 

1849 
1827 



580 
674 

420 
1431 
1430 

320 

1521 

48 

243 

663 

149 

1891 

1733 

1092 

1743 

920 

1558 

1240 

306 

798 

1144 
321 
1905 
1057 
185 

1828 
1773 
1649 
1201 
1420 
22 
1802 

2175 

1829 



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$682 

85 



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201 



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489 

578 



406 
297 

78 
85 

478 

185 

51 

369 

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413 

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516 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



95 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Ebexly, Cyrus, Columbus, Ohio. Window-curtain cornice 

Eberirian, ' Albert S., Sandy Lake, Pa. Injector 

Eberiuan, William S., Sandy Lake, Pa. Car-axle 

Ebort, Jacob F., Decatur, IU. Check-rower for corn-planters 

Ebert, Jacob F., Decatur, 111. Check-rowor lor corn-planters 

Ebi, Edward, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Coupling for brake-rods 

Ebi, Edward, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Binding attachment for harvesters 

Eeaubert. Frederic, New York, N. T. Device for making and ornamenting watch-centers 

Eccles. Nicholas, Auburn, N. Y. Die for making clip king-bolts 

Ecoles, William M., St. Lonis, Mo. Corn-planter 

Eccles. William M., assignor of one-half to I. N. Bvrns, St. Louis, Mo. Nut-lock 

Eckardt, John C, Stuttgart, Germany. Friction-clutch 

Eckart, George, et al. (See Rcbstock, Christian, assignor.) 

Eckart, William R., San FraDcisco. Cal. Pumping apparatus 

Eokert, Edward A. (See Eckcrt, Seely, and Eckert.) 

Eckert, Jacob H. (See Ritty and Birch, assignors.) 

Eckert, William H., and J. A. Seely, New York, N. Y. Telephonic circuit 

Eekert, William H., and J. A. Seeiy, New York, N. Y. Telephone system 

Eokert, William H., J. A. Scely, arid E. A. Eckert, Cincinnati, Ohio. Adjustable support 
for telephonic transmitters 

Eckert, William. II., J. A. Seely, and E. A. Eckert, Cincinnati, Ohio. Adjustable tele- 
phone holder and automatic circuit- breaker 

Eckstein, Horatio G., Philadelphia, Pa. Feed- water heater 

Eclipse Improved Wheat Cleaning Machine Company. (See Teter, William L., assignor.) 

Economic Motor Company. (See Hopkins, George M., assignor.) 

Economic Motor Company. (See Hopkins, George M. aud I. N., assignors.) 

Economist Plow Company. (See Meagher, Edmund D., assignor.) 

Eddington, William. (See Ellwangerand Eddington.) 

Eddowes, Archibald K. , Philadelphia. Pa. Crank-pin for steam-engines 

Eddy, Albert C., Providence, R. I. Apparatus for working vulcanizable gum compounds 

Eddy, Albert C, Providence. R. I. Working and vulcanizing gum compounds 

Eddy, Almon W. (See Buchholz aud Eddy.) 

Eddy. Alson W., Macomb, HI. Earthenware cover for milk- vessels 

Eddy. Peter, assignor of one-half to J. G. Hartwell, Nevada City, Cal. Combined ore, 
grinder and amalgamator ' 

Eddy, Romulus A. ."assignor of two-thirds to J. S. Estabrook and S. S. Garigues, East Sagi- 
naw, Mich. Fire-kindler 

Eddy, Walden, Greenwich, N. Y. Shovel-plow 

Eddy. William H., Worcester, Mass. Friction-clutch 

Edenborn. William, and G. Griesche, St. Louis, Mo. Barbed fence-wire 

Edenborn, William, and G. Griesche, St. Louis, Mo.; said Griesche assignor to said Eden-', 
born. Barb-wire machine 

Edenborn, William, and G. Griesche, St. Louis, Mo.; said Griesche assignor to said Eden-, 
born. Barb-wire machine • 

Edes, William C, et al. (See Magaw, Frederick L., assignor.) 

Edgar, Dennis P., Jackson. Mich. Fire-escape J 

Edge, James S.. Jr. (See Deeley and Edge.) 

Edge, William C. (See Bauer, Hermann, assignor.) 

Edge, William C. (See Spicer, George A., assignor.) 

Edge, William C, Newark, N. J. Inlaid work and producing the same 

Edge, William C., Newark, N.J. Inlaid work and producing the same 

Edgerly, Samuel H., Jackson, Mich. Crane 

Edgerton, Henry H., Fort Wayne, Ind. Manufacture of illuminating-gas from hydrocar- 
bon oils 

Edgerton. Henry H., Danhury, Conn. Apparatus for the manufacture of gas from hydro- 
carbon oils 

Edgerton, Marvin D., Bristol, Conn. Nail-puller 

Edgerton, Nathan H., Philadelphia, Pa. Electroplated insulated conductor of electricity. 

Edgerton, Nathan H., Philadelphia, Pa. Dynamo-electric machine 

Edgerton, Nathan H., Philadelphia, Pa. Electric-arc lamp 

Edison Electric Light Company. (See Bradley, Charles S., assignor.) 

Edisou Electric Light Company. (See Edison, Thomas A., assignor.) 

Edison Electric Light Company. (See Edison and Clarke, assignors.) 

Edison Electric Light Company. (See Goddard, Calvin, assignor.) 

Edison Electric Light Company. (See Haid, Alfred, assignor.) 

Edison Electric Light Company. (See Mott, Samuel D., assignor.) 

Edison Electric Light Company. (See Ott, John F., assignor.) 

Edison Electric Light Companv. (See Stieringer, Luther, assignor.) 

Edison Lamp Companv. (See Holzer, William, assignor.) 

Edison. Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Manufacture of incandescing electric lamps 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N.J. Shafting 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Governor for dynamo-electric machines 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Regulator for dynamo-electric machines 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Telephone 

Edison, Thomas A. Menlo Park, N. J. Incandescing electric lamp 

Ellison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Incandescing electric lamp 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Regulator for dynamo-electric machines 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Regulator for dynamo-electric machines 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Turn-table for electric railways 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Electro-magnetic railway system 

Edisou, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Regulator for driving engines of electrical gener- 
ators 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Par!;, N. J. Secondary battery 

Edisou, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Valve-gear for electrical generator-engines 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Electrical railway 

Edisou, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Magneto-electric signaling apparatus 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Malleableizing iron 

Edison. Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. System of underground conductors for electrical 
distribution 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. System of electrical distribution 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Mold for carbonizing 



No. 



279,232 
288,039 
282,507 
273,827 
282,508 
270,370 
278,521 
270,644 
270,404 
290,552 
276,527 
287,915 

275,473 



282,867 
288,627 

275,611 

288,320 
271,575 



286,404 
277,018 

277,019 



288,931 
287,256 

282,868 
289.238 
285,593 
271,693 

270,645 
270,646 

287,257 



272,032 
272,033 
282,869 

274,442 

274,443 
283,223 
277,248 

279,362 
279,363 



271,613 
271,614 
271,615 
271,616 
272,034 
273.485 
273,486 
273,487 
273,488 
273,489 
273,490 

273,491 
273,492 
273,493 
273.494 
273,714 
273,715 

273,828 
274.290 
274,291 



Date. 



June 12 
Nov. 6 
Aug. 7 
Mar. 13 
Aug. 7 
Apr. 24 
May 29 
Jari. 16 
Jan. 9 
Dec. 18 
Apr. 24 
Nov. 6 

Apr. 10 



Aug. 7 
Nov. 20 

Apr. 10 

Nov. 13 
Jan. 30 



Oct. 9 
May 8 

May 8 

Nov. 20 
Oct. 23 

Aug. 7 
Nov. 27 
Sept. 25 
Feb. 6 

Jan. 16 
Jan. 16 

Oct. 23 



Feb. 13 
Feb. 13 
Aug. 7 

Mar. 20 

Mar. 20 
Aug. 14 



June 12 
June 12 



Feb. 6 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 13 

Mar. 6 

Mar. 6 

Mar. 6 

Mar. 6 

Mar. 6 

Mar. 6 



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Mar. 6 

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Mar. C 

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Mar. 13 

Mar. 13 

Mar. 20 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Secondary battery 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Electric lamp 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Incandescing electric lamp 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Incandescent electric lamp 

Ec'ison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Manufacture of incandescents 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Transmitting-telephone 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Telephone 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Manufacture of incandescing electric lamps . 

Edison, Thomas A. , Menlo Park, N. J. Incandescing electric lamp 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Tlhomas A., Menlo Park, N. J"., 



Operating and regulating electrical generators. . . 

Electrical generator and motor 

Magneto-electric signaling apparatus 

System of electrical distribution 

Electric regulator 

Dynamo-electric machine 

Dynamo-electric machine 

Dynamo-electric machine 

System of electrical distribution 

System of electric distribution 

assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Regulator for dynamo-electric machines .' 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Regulator for dynamo-electric machines 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Manufacture of incandescing electric lamps 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Manufacture of incandescing electric lamps 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Manufacture of incandescing electric lamps 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, Newi 

York, N. Y. Apparatus for translating electric currents from high to low tension . . . - ' 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Dynamo-electric machine 

Edison, Thomas A.., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. System of electrical distribution 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Regulator for dynamo-electric machines .' 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N.- Y. Regulator for dynamo-electric machines 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor io Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. ElecfcMcal generator 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. "Webermeter 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Dynamo or magneto electric machine 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. System of electrical distribution 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. System of electrical distribution 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. System of electrical distribution 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. System of electrical distribution 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Manufacturing incandescing electric lamps 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Incandescing electric lamp 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Incandescing conductor for electric lamps 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Dynamo or magneto electric machine 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Mold for carbonizing 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Dynamo or magneto electric machine . ..^ 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Regulator for dynamo-electric machines 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New? 

York, N. Y. Regulator for dynamo or magneto electric machines ) 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., and C. L. Clarke, assignors to Edison Electric Light? 

Company, New York, N. Y. Regulator for systems of electrical distribution $ 

Edmonds, John A., Dover, Del. Eire-escape 

Edmonds, John "W., New York, N. Y. Transparent blower for fire-places 

Edmonds, Robert, Norfolk, Va. Universal joint 

Edmunds, Henry, Jr., New York, N. Y., assignor to T. J. Montgomery, Boston, Mass. 

Contact for electric lamps 

Edmunds, Henry, Jr., New York, N. Y., assignor to T. J. Montgomery, Boston, Mass. 

Contact for electric lamps 

Edmunds, Henry, Jr., New York, N. Y., assignor to T. J. Montgomery, Boston, Mass. 

Switch for electric lamps - 

Edmunds, Henry, Jr., New York, N. Y., assignor to T. J. Montgomery, Boston, Mass. 

Circuit-connection for electroliers 

Edmunds, Milton L., Danbury, Iowa. "Window 

Edney, Samuel R., South Mills, N. C. "Wagon-axle 

Edsall, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Joint for cornice-poles 

Edson, Charles H., Canistco, N. Y. Cut-off valvo 

Edson, George P., Van "Wert, Ohio. Corn-planter 

Edson, Jacob, Boston, Mass. Surgical truss 

Edson, Jarvis B. (See Douglass, Samuel "W., assignor.) 

Edson, Jarvis B., Now York, N. Y. Accumulator of power 

Edson, Jarvis B., North Adams, Mass. Framo for drying substances in sheets 

Edson, Jarvis B., North Adams, Mass. Nozzlo for making rods and tubes from celluloid 

and other plastic compounds 



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287,511 
287,512 
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278,416 

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278,419 

280,727 

281,349 

281,350 

281,351 

281,352 

281,353 

233,984 

283,985 

283,986 

287,517 

287,518 

287,519 

287,520 

287,521 

287,522 

287,523 

287,524 
288,318 

287,525 

272,129 
280,154 
281,850 

288,217 

288,218 

290,406 

290,407 
279,364 
290,760 
288.319 
276,528 
282,288 
273,228 

273,044 
277,693 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



97 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Edson, Jarvis B., Adams, Mass. Formation of deep wells in quicksand, &c 

Edson. Jarvis B., Adams, Mass. Method of and apparatus for forming thin sheets of a 
plastic and yielding compound 

Edson, Jarvis B., Adams, Mass. Manufacture of artificial ivory 

Edson, Jarvis B., Adams, Mass. Formation of deep wells and apparatus therefor 

Edson, Jarvis B., Adams, Mass. Treating material with zylonite to resemble pebble, goat, 
French calf, and alligator leather 

Edson, Jarvis B., Adams, Mass. Apparatus for polishing sheets of zylonite, &c 

Edson, Jarvis B., Adams, Mass. Forming and finishing surfaces coated with zylonite 

Edson. Jarvis B., Adams, Mass. Patent-leather and a substitute therefor 

Edson, Jarvis B., Adams, Mass. Forming and finishing fabrics coated with zylonite or 
similar pyroxyline compounds for collars and cuffs, &c 

Edson, Jarvis B , Adams, Mass. Combining sheets of zylonite with other sheeted sub- 
stances ■ --- - 

Edward. John C, and John G. Bisset, Detroit, Mich. Boiler and steam cooker 

Edwards. Abraham, Asbury Park, N. J. Mercurv-seal trap for lavatories, bath-tubs, &c. 

Edwards, Abraham, assignor to I. S. Edwards, Asbury Park, N. J. Mercury-seal trap 

Edwards, Abraham, Asbury Park, N. J., and S. J. Van Stavoren, Philadelphia, Pa., as- 
signors to said Edwards. Mercury-seal-joint trap for bath-tubs, &c 

Edwards, Albert T., Sonth Kingston, R. 1. Paint-brush holder 

Edwards, Alfred, New Haven, Conn. Drying apparatus 

Edwards, Alfred, New Haven, Conn. Fertilizer for tobacco-crops 

Edwards, Alfred, New Haven, Conn., assignor to Farmers Protective Union, Long Island 
City, N. Y. Packing and shipping fertilizers 

Edwards. Austen M., Buffalo, N. Y. Sphygmograph 

Edwards, Craig K., Boston, Mass. Shovel 

Edwards, David, New York, N. Y. Feed- water regulator 

Edwards, David P. <See Stevens, Major, and Edwards.) 

Edwards, Edgar A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Telegraph-key 

Edwards, Edgar A., Cincinnati, assignor to 0. M. Gottschall, trustee, Dayton, Ohio. Elec- 
tric-arc lamp 

Edwards, Edgar A., Cincinnati, assignor to O. M. Gottschall, trustee, Dayton, Ohio. Ar- 
mature for dynamo-electric machines 

Edwards, Edgar A., Cincinnati, assignor to 0. M. Gottschall, trustee, Dayton, Ohio. Eloc-? 
trie-arc lamp S 

Edwards, Edgar A., Cincinnati, assignor to 0. M. Gottschall, trustee, Dayton, Ohio. Elec- 
tric-arc lamp 

Edwards Edgar A., Cincinnati, assignor to 0. M. Gottschall, trustee, Dayton, Ohio. Eloc-? 
trio-arc lamp $ 

Edwards, Edgar A., Cincinnati, assignor to 0. M. Gottschall, trustee, Dayton, Ohio. Elec- 
tric-ai c lamp 

Edwards, Edgar A., Cincinnati, assignor to 0. M. Gottschall, trustee, Dayton, Ohio. Elec- 
tric-arc lamp 

Edwards. Edgar A., Cincinnati, assignor to 0. M. Gottsckall, trustee, Dayton, Ohio. Dy- 
namo-electric machine 

Edwards, Frank A. (See Gazaille, Henry, assignor.) 

Edwards, George J., Philadelphia, Pa. Paper box 

Edwards, Isabella S. (See Edwards, Abraham, assignor.) 

Edwards, John S., et al. (See Cartwright, Edward, assignor.) 

Edwards, Nathan J. (See Frazier and Edwards.) 

Ed wards, Nelson, Jericho, Vt. Frictional connection for the bars and slats of window- blinds. 

Edwards, Renben B. (See LefEngweU, John G., assignor.) 

Edwards, Robert. (SeoLiingen, Adam, assignor.) 

Edwards. William B., assignor to Upson Nut Company, Hnionville, Conn. Machine for? 
pointing bolts 5 

EdwardsrWilliam C, et al. (See De Lamater, "William, assignor.) 

Edwards, William F., Covington, Ga. Seed-planter and fertilizer-distributer 

Edwards, William F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Window-shade roller 

Edwards, AVilliaiu F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Shipping-tag 

Edwards, William F.. assignor of two-thirds to G. Qnigley and P. T. Schultz, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Shipping-tag 

Edwards. William J., and G. B. Durkee, Chicago, 111., assignors to said Edwards. Grad-? 
ing and ditching machine 5 

Egan. Charles. Znnesville, Ohio., assignor of two-thirds to D. S. Robeson, New York, N. Y., 
and E. A. Leslie, Washinirton, D. 0. Telephone 

Ege. Joseph A., et al. (See Hershey and Hitchcock, assignors.) 

Egelhoff Manufacturing Company. (See Bolte, Frank H., assignor.) 

E2clls, Hermann. Berlin, Germany. Apparatus for cooling and freezing liquids 

Eger, George, Covington. Ky. Cross-bow 

Eger, John, assignor of three-fourths to W. H. Meyer, F. J. H. Wichman, Chicago, and H. 
Bruegueman. Mattison, 111. M ichino for smoothing stones 

Egermauu. William, et al. (See Schermerhorn, Herschel A., assignor.) 

Egerton. C. Calvert, assignor to Scott Manufacturing Company, Baltimore, Md. Standard 
for children's carriages 

Egge, Frederick. (See Aberle, Fredrick, assignor.) 

Eggo, Frederick. Bridgeport. Conn., assignor to Universal Button Hole Attachment Com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. Clamp for button-hole sewing-machines 

Frederick, assignor to Smith & Egge Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Padlock 

Egge, John J., et al. (See Beidler. Charles, assignor.) 

Eggert, Charles A. (See Baker, Christian E., assignor.) 

Egeleston. Charles H., Marshall, Mich. Wheel harrow and cultivator 

Esin. William, Somerville, Mass. Elevator-bucket 

Egleston, Thomas. (See Durfee and Egleston.) 

Egleston. Thomas, New York, N. Y. Crucible. mnfHe, &c 

Egleston. Thomas, Now York. N. Y., assignor to Plume & Atwood Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Thomaston, Conn. Making electric conductors 

Egli, Rudolf, Rapperschwyl, assignor to A. Bannwart, Zurich, Switzerland. Machine for 
making shoe and upholsterers' nails 

Esmor. Jam< s M.. Catskill, X. Y. Stove-pipe and chimnev attachment 

Ehle, James A., St. Cloud. Wis. Hay tedder 

Ehler, Berthold. (See Piepgrass, Ludwig, assignor.) 

Ehrhardt, John, assignor of two-thirds to H. and C. Hopmann, St. Louis, Mo. Skylight . . 

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283,224 
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289,338 
289,239 
289,240 
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289,242 

290,553 

284,729 
287,369 
280,155 

270,034 
286,405 
288,782 
290,633 

287,526 
286,795 
283,086 

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270,767 

275,168 

275,169 
275,170 

275,171 
275,172 

275,173 

275,174 
281,985 
281,354 

280,156 

285,738 

284,826 
271,438 
276,106 

276,167 
275,614 

282,969 

272,667 
272,418 

287,648 
278.000 

271,323 

278,229 

272,668 
270,035 

284,287 

286,796 

280,458 
287,258 
286,406 

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Jan. 30 
May 22 

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Sept. 4 

Oct,. 16 

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INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED PEOM THE 
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Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



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Ehrig, Charles S., et al. (See Beidler, Charles, assignor.) 

Ehrlich, Leo, St. Louis, Mo. Portable transfer-track 

Ehrlich, Paul, Gohlis, near Leipsic, Saxony, Germany. Mechanical musical instrument- . . 

Eibee, Carl, Brooklyn, N. T. Belt-coupling 

Eichelberger, Abdiel W., Hanover, Pa. Ice-creeper 

Eichelberger, AbdielW., assignor of one-half to J. W. Forney, Hanover, Pa. Chair 

Eichholtz, William M., Williamsburg, Pa. Lifting-jack 

Eichling, Henry, and A. S. Pitch, New York, N. Y. Canopy-top for perambulators 

Eicke, Louis, New York, N. Y. Drill-stock 

Eickemeyer, Rudolf, Yonkers, N. Y. Harvesting-machine 

Eickemeyer, Rudolf, Yonkers, N. Y. Machine for mounting hats on finishing-blocks 

Eickemeyer, Rudolf, Yonkers, N. Y. Hat-felting machine 

Eickemeyer, Rudolf, Yonkers, N. Y. Fulling-mill 

Eickemeyer, Rudol f, Yonkers, N. Y. Hat-ironing machine 

Eimecke, Gustav, 0., and W. ; Brunswick, assignors to S. Sudheim, Cassel, Prussia, Ger- 
many. Double-acting hot air engine 

Eimecke, Otto. (See Eimecke, Gustav, O., and W.) 

Eimecke, Wilhelm. (See Eimecke. Gustav, 0., and W.) 

Einbigler, Rudolf, New York, N. Y. Electric gas-lighting apparatus 

Eisele, Joseph. (See Gore and Eisele.) 

Eisele, Samuel 0. (See Hnger and Eisele.) 

Eiseman, Solomon M., assignor to International Transportation Company, New York, N. Y. 
Treating volatile or inflammable fluids and oils ± .: 

Eisenbise, Harry W. (See Hamm and Eisenbise.) 

Eisenmann, Edward J., New York, N. Y., and H. Kock, Hoboken, N. J.; said Eisenmann 
assignor to said Kock. Dressing-case 

Eisenmann, Raphael. (See Bendix, Josef, assignor.) 

Ekl, Martin A., A. Hoyda, M. Cizek, and V . Skala, St. Louis, Mo. Drag^saw 

Ekl, Martin A., Y. Skala, A. Hoyda, and M. Cizek, St. Louis, Mo. Permutation-padlock 

Ekman, Carl D , London, England. Obtaining coloring-matters 

Ekman, Carl D., Bergvik, Sweden, G. Pry, London, England, and W. B. Espeut, Jamaica, 
West Indies. Extraction of saccharine matter from vegetable substances 

Ela, Roger J. (See Foulsham, Robert, assignor.) 

Elbers, Alexander D. , Hoboken, N. J. Treating blast-furnace slag 

Elbreg, George, Columbus, Ohio. Disintegrating-mill 

Elder, Cornelius D., Osage. Iowa. Cream-transportation tank ■.■ 

Elder, John, St. James, Mo. Car-coupling . 

Elder, Joseph, Peoria, 111. Device for increasing the traction of locomotives 

Elder, Joseph, assignor of one-half to B. A. Reid, Peoria, 111. Device for packing bran, 
&c ..." 

Eldred, Horace H. (See Scrivanow, Gregoire, assignor ) 

Eldredge, Alonzo W., Big Rapids, Mich. Portable steam-generator 

Eidredge, Alonzo W., Big Rapids, assignor to himself and A. Leitelt, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Ice-machine - 

Eldredge, John V. D., Detroit, Mich. Eire pot for stoves and furnaces 

Eldridge, Daniel, et al. (See Puller, Willard M., assignor.) 

Eldridge, James W., Hartford, Conn. Padlock 

Eldridge, Stuart, Yokohama, Japan, assignor of one-half to E. C. Hine and R. W. Beyrich, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Doll - -• 

Electric Purifier Company. (See Kuhnraunch, Joseph, assignor.) 

Electric Tube Company. (See Kruesi, John, assignor.) 

Elfering, John H. , Chicago, HI. Electric-lamp cut-out 

Elfers, John P. C. (See Taylor and Elfers. ) 

Elfrink, Jacob, Barrington, HI. Platform -spring equalizer 

Elgin Tubular Iron Tower Company. (See Adams, John S.. assignor.) (Beissue.) 

Eliel, Albert L., assignor of one-half to J. Hoelle, La Salle, 111. Glass-blowing apparatus . 

Elikan, Camil, San Francisco, Cal. Spool or bobbin - 

Elkins, Ida, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for killing mosquitoes 

Eliott, George C., et al. (See Whiting, James M., assignor.) 

Ellerbeck, Thomas R., and A . C. Young, Salt Lake City, Utah Ter. Hose and rope reel. . 

Ellery, Charles, Albany, N. Y. Automatic feeding device for printing-presses 

Ellicott, H. William, Baltimore, Md. Hot-blast stove for blast-furnaces 

Ellicott, H. William, Baltimore, Md. Steam-generator 

Ellinwood, Augustus E. (See Miller and Ellinwood.) 

Elliot, Charles, San Francisco, Cal. Apparatus for purifying water for boilers 

Elliot, Charles F., et al (See Howe, Solon G., assignor.) 

Elliot, Henry, St. Louis, Mo. Railway-switch stand 

Elliot, John W, Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Dentist's flask 

Elliot, William H, New York, N. Y. Magazine fire-arm 

Elliot^ William H, New York, N. Y. Magazine fire-arm 

Elliot, William H., New York, N. Y. Magazine fire-arm 

Elliot, William H, New York, N. Y. Magazine fire-arm 

Elliott, Charles B., Green Point, N. Y. Outrigger oar-lock 

Elliott, Charles W., assignor to himself, H. N Ruggles, and M. Donnelly, Boston, Mass. 
Automatic sash lifter and lock 

Elliott, Edmund. (See Hammond, Isaac B., assignor.) 

Elliott, Francis M., Summum, 111. Cbeck-rower 

Elliott, George E., assignor of one-half to E. J. Crangle, Calais, Me. Steam-actuated valve 

Elliott, George F., Charlestown, Mass. Intrenching- tool 

Elliott, George M. (See Moore, Charles, assignor.) 

Elliott, Gilbert R., Boston, Mass. Store-service system 

Elliott, Gilbert R., assignor of one-half to M. Clark, Boston, Mass. Wire carriage-way . . 

Elliott, Gilbert R., assignor of one-half to M. Clark, Boston, Mass. Cash and parcel car- 
rier 

Elliott, Gilbert R., assignor of one-half to M. Clark, Boston, Mass. Cash and parcel car- 
rier • — 

Elliott, Gilbert R., assignor of one-balf to M. Clark, Boston, Mass. Parcel-holder for ele- 
vated ways in stores 

Elliott, Gilbert R., assignor of one-half to M. Clark, Boston, Mass. Cash and parcel car- 
rier for store-service 

Elliott, Gilbert R., assignor of one-half to M. Clark, Boston, Mass. Storo-service s\ stem 

Elliott, Gilbert R., Boston, Mass., assignor to Continental Cash Car Company, Ball 'more, 
Md. Carrying system for stores - 



270,405 
290,672 
275,896 
272,669 
281,038 
276,371 
281,675 
283,473 
271,694 
278,001 

289,243 

289,901 
290,408 

270,036 



278,898 



282,970 



279,233 

288,558 
288,559 
282,971 

286,187 

278,002 
273,829 
285,348 
270,768 
290,012 

290,013 

282,618 

277.249 
283,584 

277,469 

278,420 

274,297 

282,972 

282,870 
287,426 
286,407 

286,408 
272,419 
276,790 
289,818 

271,821 

289,633 
285.243 
274,578 
278,003 
278.324 
285,020 
269,924 

278,323 

288,040 
283,226 
285,594 

279,862 
276,529 

278,658 

278,659 

279,727 

283,087 
283,088 

284,953 



Jan. 9 

Dec. 25 

Apr. 17 

Feb. 20 

July 10 

Apr. 24 

July 24 

Aug. 21 

Feb. 6 

May 22 

Nov. 27 

Dec. 11 

Dec. 18 

Jan. 2 



June 5 



Aug. 14 



June 12 

Nov. 13 
Nov. 13 
Aug. 14 

Oct. 9 

May 22 
Mar. 13 
Sept. 18 
Jan. 16 
Dec. 11 

Dec. 11 

Aug. 7 

May 8 
Aug. 21 

May 15 

May 29 

Mar. 20 

Aug. 14 

Aug. 7 
Oct, 30 
Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 

Feb. 20 

May 1 

Dec. 11 

Feb. 6 

Dec. 4 
Sept. 18 
Mar. 27 
May 22 
May 29 
Sept. 18 
Jan. 2 

May 29 

Nov. 6 
Aug. 14 
Sept. 25 

June 19 
Apr. 24 

May 29 

May 29 

June 19 

Aug. 14 
Aug. 14 

Sept. 11 



699 
1650 
1342 
1369 

862 
1932 
1679 
1216 

129 
1818 

1808 

663 

1287 

246 



301 



585 



587 

501 

1821 

765 

1450 

1168 

799 



172 

923 
1347 

1185 

2374 

1355 

588 

474 

2083 

791 

792 
1054 
338 
556 

286 

322 
1333 

1738 
1821 
2250 
1069 
121 

2249 

315 

897 
1751 

1538 
2128 

2662 

2663 

1382 

729 
730 

974 



207 

454 

369 

384 

240 

536 

457 

342 

36 

497 

C499 

$500 

185 

361 

72 



87 



213 



266 
266 



207 
409 
334 
225 

225 

52 

247 
376 

318 

648 

372 

166 

133 
566 
213 

213 

290 

90 

156 



375 
482 
498 
617 
299 
36 

617 

89 
250 
496 

430 
592 

728 

729 

386 

204 
205 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



99 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Elliott, Gilbert R., Boston, Mass., assignor to Continental Cash Car Company, Baltimore, 
Md. Speed-governor for parcel-carriers in stores : 

Elliott, Iliel J., North Manchester, Ind. Gate 

Elliott, James, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Grate-bar 

Elliott, James A., Anderson Court-House, S. C. Cotton-planter and guano-distributer com- 
bined 



Elliott, James B., London, England. Eire-wheel for bicycle performances 

Elliott, James B. London, England. Bicycle riding-platform 

Elliott, James E. (Sec Bowyer and Elliott.) 

Elliott. James M., Jr., Gadsden. Ala. Sawdust-conveyer 

Elliott, John W., Budd, Iowa. Shcaf-carrior 

Elliott, Leonard W., Green Point, N T. Velocipede 

Elliott, Noah B., and J. T. Lloyd, Ilolden, Mo. Clothes-pounder 

Elliott, Bobert T. (See Beecher and Elliott.) 

Elliott, Thomas E., Norfolk, Va. Self-closing hatchway 

Elliott, William, Evans, Colo. Paris-green distributer 

Elliott, "William F., and S. D. Lance, Columbus, Ohio. Eoot-iron for vehicle dash-frames. 

Elliott, William H. (See Park and Elliott.) 

Elliott. William V., assignor of one-half to G. Hall, Lima, Ohio. Water-heater for steam 

tire-engines 

Elliott, William V., assignor of one-half to G. Hall, Lima, Ohio. Water-heater for fire- 



No. 



Date. 



Elliott. William W., Beading, and W. J. Towne, Newton, Mass. Sink 

Ellis, Aldridge C, assignor of one-half to H. A. and G. F. RandaB, Birmingham, Mich. 

Car-coupling 

Ellis, Charles w"., Peoria, HI. Ely-screen 

Ellis. Edwin. (See Crawford, Witsius A., assignor.) 

Ellis, Forrand F., Vernon, N. T. Soldering device 

Ellis. George B. (See Ellis. John, assignor.) 

Ellis, George W., Spencer, Ind. Bedstead 

Ellis, JolnC assignor to G. B. Ellis, Pottstown. Pa. Thrashing-machine 

Ellis, John H.. Boston. Mass. Device for preventing horses from cribbing 

Ellis. Joseph F., Eau Claire, Wis. Butter-package 

Ellis. Joseph L., assignor of one-half to J. A. Danwin, Milllngton, Mich. Churn 

Ellis. Joseph L., assignor of one-half to J. A. and I. T. Damon, MiUington, Mich. Veloci- 



pede 



Folding carriage-top . 



Ellis, Nathan C. (See Emerson, George W., assignor.) 

Ellis, Norton A., Boonesborough, Iowa. Siphon-faucet 

Ellis, Norton A., Boonesborough, Iowa. Siphon-faucet 

Ellis, Ralph E.. assignor of one-half to G. W. Crozier, Muncie, Ind. 
Ellis, Bobert. (See Aram, Jonathan G., assignor.) 

Ellis, Bobert F., Whitt, Tex. Combined barrow, seed-planter, and cultivator 

Ellis, William, Jr., North Lawrence, Kans. Boad-scraper 

Elli thorp. Solomon B., Bochester, N. T. Picture-hanger 

Ellithorpe, Albert C, Chicago, HI. Fire-escape '. , 

Ullrich Hardware Manufacturing Company. (See Ellrich, Robert C, assignor.) 

Ellrich, Bobert C, Southington, assignor to EUiich Hardware Manufacturing Company, 

Plantsvillo, Conn. Tool-handle 

Ellrich, Robert C. (See Allen and Ellrich.) 

Ellsworth, Dewitt, Riverdale, Mich. Feed- water alarm-indicator 

Ellsworth, John C. (See Adams, George L., assignor.) 

Ellsworth, John J., assignor of two-thirds to G. A. Watson, Langston, Mich. Vehicle 

shaft-support 

EUwanger, John W., and W. Eddington, St. Louis, Mo. Lock for elevator-gates 

Ellwood & Co., I. L. (See Stover, Daniel C, assignor.) 

Ellwood, Everett C, Green's Farms, Conn. Seed-drill 

Ellwood. Hiram. (See Upham, Andrew J., assignor.) 
Ellwood, I. L., et al. (See Gunderson, Albert, assignor.) 
Ellwood, Isaac L., et al. (See Kittleson, Ole 0., assignor.) 
Ellwood, Isaac L., et al. (See Root, William A., assignor.) 

(See Stevens, Sidney M., assignor.) 
(See Upham. Andrew J., assignor.) 
(See Wells, David G., assignor.) 
Ellwood, Reuben, and A. J. Upham, Sycamore, 111. ; said Upham assignor to said Ellwood.; 

Machine for manufacturing barbed fencing < 

Elmer, Jacob, Biloxi, Miss. Bail way- switch '. 

Elmes, Charles F., Chicago, 111. Sharpening horseshoe-calks 



Ellwood, Isaac L., et al. 
EUwood. Isaac L., et al. 
Ellwood, Isaac L., et al. 



Elphinstone, William B. F., Musselburgh, Scotland, and C. W.Vincent, HoUoway, county i 
of Middlesex, England. Dynamo-electric machine < 

Elnhinstone, William B. F., Carberry Tower, Musselburgh, Scotland, and C. W. Vincent, 
Hollowav. county of Middlesex, England. Dynamo-electric machine 

Elrod, William M.* Marshall, Mo. Camera-box 

Elsinger. Daniel, assiimor of one-half to M. W. Hughes, Scranton, Pa. Stove-grate 

Elsou, Alexander, and F. M. Crockett, Unionville, Mo. Device for converting motion 

Elt ericb. P. Otto, Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany. Stove 

Elting, Irving, Poughkeepsie. N. V. Thill-coupling 

Elton. Joseph. (See Strohm. Samuel D., assignor.) 

Eltonhead, William. B., assignor to United States Lock Nut Company, (limited,) Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Nut-lock 

Eltringham, William, MinersviUe, Pa. Miner's fuse 

Elveena, Charles, Detroit, Mich. Door-knob 



El ward, 

Elward, 
Elward, 
Elward, 
Elward, 
Elward, 
Elward, 
Elward, 
Elward, 
Elward, 
Elward, 



John H. : 

John H. 
John H. 
John H. 
John H. 
JohnH. 
John H. 
John H. 
John H. 
John H. 
John H. 



Stillwater, Minn. Traction-engine 

Stillwater, Minn. Separator for portable steam-engines 

Stillwater, Minn. Secretary 

Polo, HI. Engine-furnace 

Polo, 111. Feed-water heater 

Polo, HI. Portable engine-furnace 

assignor to M. Elward, Polo, HI. Horse-power 

assignor to M. Elward, Polo, 111. Bed-plate for steam-engines. 

assignor to M. Elward, Polo, HI. Traction-engine 

assignor to M. Elward, Polo, 111. Mowing-machine 

assignor to M. Elward, Polo, HI. Horse-power 



284,954 
290,554 
290,872 

287,014 
288,413 
288,414 

271,822 
284,400 
288,219 
278,522 

288,041 
280,157 
275,811 



270,647 

279,085 
275,755 

285,473 
270,037 

279,234 

277,470 
285,595 
275,370 
277,096 
273,671 

280,299 

273,495 

283,987 
283,873 

278,113 
273,830 
287,113 
277,891 



288,560 
284,195 



280,459 
270,648 

289,520 



278,523 

277,097 
283,385 

284,288 



288,042 
271.048 
271,229 
278,899 
291,011 
266,123 



285,399 
280,158 
280,728 

272,670 

275,615 
275,610 
276,372 
276,373 
276,374 
277,835 
279,924 
279,925 
279.926 
287,259 



Sept. 11 
Dec. 18 
Dec. 25 

Oct. 23 
Nov. 13 
Nov. 13 

Feb. 6 
Sept. 4 
Nov. 13 
May 29 

Nov. 6 
June 26 
Apr. 17 



Jan. 16 

June 5 
Apr. 10 

Sept. 25 
Jan. 2 

June 12 

May 15 
Sept. 25 
Apr. 10 
May 15 
Mar. 6 

June 26 

Mar. 6 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 

May 22 
Mar. 13 
Oct. 23 
May 22 



Nov. 13 
Sept. 4 



July 3 
Jan. 16 

Dec. 4 



May 29 

May 15 
Aug. 21 

Sept. 4 



Nov. 6 
Jan. 23 
Jan. 30 
June 5 
Dec. 25 
Oct. 2 



Sept. 25 
June 20 
July 3.. 

Feb. 20 

Apr. 10 
Apr. 10 
Apr. 24 
Apr. 24 
Apr. 24 
May 15 
June 26 
June 2G 
June 26 
Oct. 23 



Monthly 
volume. 



975 
1499 
1906 

1561 
794 
795 

287 

294 

527 

2498 

316 

1895 
1242 



1019 

581 
1160 

1608 
249 

771 

1187 
1752 

059 
1452 

554 

2072 

324 

1837 
1698 

1947 

766 

1691 

1687 



970 
49 



157 
1020 



185 



2498 

1453 
1112 

159 



318 
1507 
1730 

303 
2097 

421 



1522 

1896 

469 

1370 

984 
985 
1933 
1936 
1937 
1011 
1617 
1018 
1020 
1874 



274 
413 
520 

430 
215 
216 

79 

83 

147 

682 

89 
533 
342 



293 



159 
318 



452 
72 



318 
497 
176 
392 
147 

583 



518 
478 

534 
'207 
463 
400 



267 
14 



43 
293 



52 



C 682 
} 083 
392 
314 
( 44 
< 45 
( 46 

89, 90 
435 
501 
88 
578 
115 



429 
534 
134 
384 
385 
266 
266 
530 
530 
537 
440 
454 
455 
455 
513 



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Gazette. 



23 



25 



100 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Elward, Mary. (See Elward, John H-, assignor.) 

Elwell, Orlando, Van Ettenville, N. Y. Counter-balance 

El well, William D., Romeo, Mich. Lid for pots, kettles, &c 

Ely, Calvin A., Taylor Hill, 111. Railway-gate 

Ely, Charles M., assignor to W. C. Goodioe, Lexington, Ky. Varnish 

Ely, Eugene A., Branchville, assignor of one-third to W. F. Ely, Afton, N. J. Apparatus 

for unloading hay 

Ely, Philip, Centrevillo, 1ST. J. Oil-can faucet 

Ely, Philip, Centreville, N. J. Stamping-die 

Ely, Theodore N, J. W. Cloud, Altoona, Pa., and E. B. Wall, Columbus, Ohio. Refriger 

ator-car 

Ely, William F. (See Ely, Eugene A., assignor.) 
Ely, William H. "(See Miller, David L., assignor.) 

Emack, John D., Baldwin, N. V. School-slate 

Embreo, E. B , et al. (See Eayette, Henry W., assignor.) 
Embree, J. R., et al. (See Fayette, Henry W., assignor.) 

Emerson, Benjamin K., Cleveland, Ohio. Horse-collar % 

Emerson, Charles B., Lynn, Mass. Car-coupling 

Emerson, Charles T., Lawrence, Mass. Safety-guard for car-trucks 

Emerson, Cyrus J., Jr. (See Greene and Ein.erson.) 

Emerson, Edward, and G. G. Cook, Humboldt, Iowa. Foot-rest for rocking-chairs 

Emerson, George W., assignor to himself and N. C. Ellis, Lynn, Mass. Buffing-machine . . 
Emerson, George W., assignor of on^-half to P. G. Jacobus, Oaklanl, Cal. Belt-replacer . 

Emerson, Howard B., Charlestown, Mass. Combined razor strop and drawer 

Emerson, James, Willimansett, Mass. Piano-stool 

Emerson, James, Willimansett, assignor of one -half to nolyoke Water Power Company, J 

Holyoke, Mass. Apparatus for regulating the flow and delivery of water through canals, > 

flumes, and water-ways ) 

Emerson, James E., Beaver Falls, Pa. Saw 

Emerson, James E., Beaver Falls, Pa. Saw 

Emerson, James E., Beaver Falls, Pa. Process of and machine for straightening, temper- 
ing, and flattening saw-blades 

Emerson, James F., et al. (See Simonds, George W., assignor.) 

Emerson, John P., assignor of one-half to E. Levering & Co., Baltimore, Md. Coffee-cooler 

Emerson, Lowe. (See Horton, George W., assignor.) 

Emerson, Ralph, et al. (See Whitney, Charles, assignor.) 

Emerson, Sumner A. (See Scott and Emerson.) 

Emery, Albert H, New York, N. Y. Pipe-joint 

Emery, Albert H, New York, N. Y. Pipe-coupling 

Emery, Albort H, New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Beam-scale 

Emery, Albert H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Beam-scale - 

Emery, Albert H, New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Platform-scale 

Emery, Albert H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Platform-scale 

Emory, Albeit H, New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Platform-scale 

Emery, Albert H, New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Platform-scale - 

Emery, Albert H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn.^ 
Weighing machinery 

Emery, Albert H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Pressure-gage 

Emery, Albert H, New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Pressure-gage 

Emery, Albeit H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Pressure and vacuum gage 

Emery, Albert H, New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Pressure-gage - 

Emery, Albert H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Dynamometer 

Emery, Albert H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Dynamometer 

Emery, Albert H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Weighing-machine and dynamometer 

Emery, Albort H, New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Machinery for testing the strength of metal .' 

Emery, Albert H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn.i 
Machinery for testing the strength of materials \ 

Emery, Albeit H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Machine for testing the strength of materials 

Emery, Albert H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn. I 

Machine for testing the strength of materials \ 

Emery, Albert H, New York, N. Y., assignor to Emery Scale Company, Stamford, Conn.; 
Machinery for testing the strength of metal ,\ 

Emery, Charles E., Broplilyn, N. Y. Connected bridge-girder 

Emery, Charles E., Brooklyn, N. Y , assignor, by mesne assignments, to Emery Scale Com-i 
pany, Stam ford, Coun. Hydraulic testing-machine J 

Emery. Charles L. L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and 0. F. Page, Bidde- 
ford, Me. Ring for spinning frames 

Emery. Cyrus. (See Smith, Walton D., assignor.) 

Emery, Lewis, and F. B, Stebbins, GalioD, Ohio. Cutter-head 

Emery, Lorenzo W. (See McConnell, Robert B., assignor.) 

Emery Scale Company. (See Emery, Albert H, assignor.) 

Emery Scale Company. (See Emery, Charles E., assignor.) 

Emmerich & Co., Charles. (See Hammermiller, William, assignor.) 

Emmett, William, Logansport, Ind. Car-coupling 

Emmick, Andrew C, assignor to himself and E. N. Hatcher, Columbus, Ohio. Axle-skein. 



280,159 
273,831 
275,897 

290,324 



288,098 



280,160 
281,355 
289,793 
287.260 
281,676 

275,371 

281,252 
281,253 

286,284 

285,349 



279,086 
279,087 

278,900 

278,901 

278,902 

278,903 

278,904 

278,905 

278,906 

278,907 
278,908 
278,909 
278,910 
278,911 
278,912 
278,913 
278,914 
278,915 

278,916 
278,917 

278,918 

279,927 
278,919 

288,932 
280,409 



278,693 
282,289 



Monthly 
volume. 



Date. 



Sept. 11 
Aug. 14 
Nov. 27 
Dec. 4 



Dec. 18 



Nov. 20 



June 26 

July 17 

Dec. 4 

Oct. 23 

July 24 

Apr. 10 

July 17 

July 17 



June 
June 



Juno 5 
June 5 

June 5 

June 26 
June 5 

Nov. 20 
Oct. 9 



823 

898 

1810 

489 

1897 
767 
1342 

1184 



1146 



2686 

33 

938 

1898 
1271 
520 
1876 
1680 

660 

1145 
1147 



583 
584 



332 



315 



176 



22 
2466 



159 
159 



98,99 
C 99 
) 100 
(100 
O01 
U02 
C 455 
) 456 
f 102 
) 103 



25 



6,7 
679 



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23 | 2128 

24 ! 451 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



101 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Emmick, Andrew C, assignor to himself and E. ST. Hatcher, Columbus, Ohio. Machine; 
for forming axle-skeins < 

Emmons, Lucius H., assignor of one-half to L. Lybrand, Noblesville, Ind. Thill-conpling. 

Empress Sewing Machine Company. (See Dearborn, Charles A., assignor.) 

Empson, John H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Non-heat-conducting package for ice-cream, &c 

Emsley, John AY, Worcester, Mass. Balloon 

Endeb'rock, George W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Hub-band 

Endemann, Hermann, Brooklyn, assignor to G. L. Jaeger, New York, N. T. Manufacture 
of matches 

Endemann, Hermann, Brooklyn, assignor to W.Pickhardtand A. Kuttroff, New York, N.Y. 
Production of sulpho-acid compound of betanaphthol 

Enders, William. (See Neff', Endors, and Fieser.) 

Enderson, George. (See Richardson and Endcison.) 

Engel, George, assignor of two-tliirds to H. Boyd and P. Reitz, Buffalo, N. Y. Apparatus for 
forcing beer 

Ensel, George, assignor of one-half to M. Engel, Buffalo, N. Y. Stoam-radiator attachment. 

Engel, Joseph and B., Boston, Mass. Brush-holder 

Engol, Lawrence. London, England. Umbrella or parasol 

Engel, Martin. (See Engel, George, assignor.) 

Engel, Kobert. (See Engol, Joseph and R.) 

Engelbacb, Augustus L., Leadville, Colo. Yehicle-wheel 

Enaelhardt, Charles E. (Sec Rantz and Engelhardt.) 

Engelking, George L., assignor to W. Starkey and G. E. Williams, Pittsburg, Pa. Gage- 
cock and low- water detector 

Engelmann, Etienne I., St. Louis. Mo. Wood-fluting machine 

EDgels, Gottlieb. (See Brewer, Russell, assignor.) 

Engert, Adam C, Three Mills Lane, county of Middlesex, England. Steam-boiler and fnr- 



Englaender. Joseph. (See Bapple, James W.. assignor.) 

England, Alexander, Kingman, Me. Hide-splitter 

England, Henry J., Palls Church. Va. Sash-fastener 

England, James, New York, N. Y. Cavity -plane 

Engle, David H., Mount Joy, Pa. Shade-roller 

Engle. Jacob, Jr.. Sharon Centro, N. Y. Awning for hop-pickers 

Engle. Stephen D., Ilazleton, Pa. Engraving-machine 

Englehart, Philip, Stamslous County, Cal. Sulky-scraper 

English, Albert B., Rochester, N. Y. Scale-beam' 

English, Analdo M. (See Pratt and English.) 

Enslisli, Andrew J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Water-elevator 

English, Robert. (See Black and English.) 

English, Thomas. Hawley, Dartford, county of Kent, England. Apparatus for subaqueous 



boring . 



Ennis, John, Stamford, Conn. Tide .water swimming-bath 

Ennis. John B., Ottnmwa, Towa. Cultivator 

Eno, Joseph A., Newark, N. J. Railway-rail joint 

Enos, John A., assignor to R. H. Brown and F. E. Farnham, Peabody, Mass. Leather- 
splittin g machine 

Enos, John A., assignor of eight sixty-fourths to G. H. Low, Peabody, Mass. Electric vot- 
ins-machine for legislative bodies 

Enos, Silvanus P.. Etna, HI. Educational device 

Enright, Joseph, San Jose. Cal. Traction- wheel 

Ensminger, Emanuel and H. S., Bloomington, HI. Sash-fastener 

Ensminger, H. C. (See Moore, Joseph V., assignor.* 

Ensminger, Henty S. (See Ensminger, Emanuel and H. S.) 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company. (See Baker, John G., assignor.) 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company. (See Hyr.tt, Ely E., assignor.) 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania. (See Baker, John G., assignor.) 

Ephraim, Ferdinand, San Francisco, Cal. Rubber sole and heel for boots or shoes 

Eppler, Andrew, Jr. (See Smith and Eppler.) 

Eppler, Andrew, Jr., et al. (See Stirckler, Albert E., assignor.) 

Eppler, Andrew, Jr., Quincy, Mass., assignor to Eppler Manufacturing Company, Port- 
land, Me. Pegsing-machine 

Eppler. Andrew, "Jr., and E. C. Ray, assignors to D. Whittemore, Quincy, Mass. Eyelet- 
ing-machine 

Eppler, Andrew, Jr., Boston, Mass., assignor to Union Fastening Company, Jersey City,} 
N. J. Nailing-machine ] 

Eppler Manufacturing Company. (See Eppler, Andrew, Jr., assignor.) 

Epps. Edwin. (See Nunn, James W., assignor.) 

Erb, John C, Newport, Ky., assignor of one-half to W. B. Burnet, Cincinnati, Ohio. Iron 
railinj 



Erb, Samuel, Minneapolis, Minn. Adjusting edger-saws 

Erbacher, Frank W., et al. (See Clark, Henry, assignor.) 
Erhe, John, et al. (See. Nies, Phillip, assignor.) 

Ercanbrack, Charles H, Alden, 111. Device for converting motion 

Erdman. Daniel H., Camden. N. J. Portable heater 

Erdman, Robert, and W. Phillips, Philadelphia, Pa. Combination-tool 

Erfert, John, el al. (See Held, August S., assignor.) 

Erickson, Daniel. Chicago, 111. Sinker for fish-nets 

Ericsson, John, New York, N. Y. Speed-regulator 

Erkenzwcig, Gustav, Hagen, Prussia, Germany. Rolling-mill 

Erkenzweig, Gustav, Hagen, Prussia, Germany. Rolling-mill 

Erlanger, Charles, Baltimore, Md. Stay for garments 

Erlanger, Charles, Baltimore, Md., assignor of two-thirds to C. E. Conover, Middletown, 

N. J., and J. Forgie, Chicago, 111. Button and button-fastener 

Erlenborn, Charles C, Chicago, HI. Uiler 

Ernest, Charles E., et al. (See Beichling, Oscar E. H. N., assignor.) 

Ernst, John C, Cleveland, Ohio. Screw-book 

Ernst, John G., assignor of one-half to J. D. Mallory, Baltimore, Md. Car-axle box 

Ernst, William H., Chase. Kans. Grain-weighing apparatus 

Ernst, Wilson, Camden, N. J. Furnace 

Ersland, Amos K., Sheldahl. Iowa. Wagon-dump 

Ervin. James R., Marshall, Mo. Sulky plow 

Erwin, Andrew, et al. (See De Lamater, William, assignor.) 

Erwin, Henry J., Marysville, Ohio. Eaves-trough hanger 



No. 



290,982 
280,806 

281,851 
276,012 
289,339 

275,617 

277,864 



275,756 
275,757 
277,471 
285,021 



284,621 



275,175 
283,874 



281,852 

290,555 
272,671 
270,769 
284,543 
276.791 
275.618 
281.986 
279,548 

288,783 



286,797 
270,293 
280,021 
276,792 

277,413 

287.649 
288,628 
270,530 
282,290 



269,840 

271.049 
283,228 



282,180 
289,819 



286,596 
286.410 
276,793 

286.188 
288,699 
281,474 
281,475 
279,549 

290,409 
277,555 

276,375 
282,871 
278,114 
289.634 
280,592 
285,022 

270,038 



Date. 



Dec. 25 

July 10 

July 24 

Apr. 17 

Nov. 27 

Apr. 10 

May 15 



Apr. 10 
Apr. 10 
May 15 
Sept. 18 



Sept. 11 



Apr. 3 

Aug. 28 



July 24 

Dec. 18 
Feb. 20 
Jan. 16 
Sept, 4 
May 1 
Apr. 10 
July 24 
June 19 

Nov. 20 



Oct. 16 
Jan. 9 

June 26 
May 1 

May 8 

Oct. 30 

Nov. 20 
Apr. 24 
July 31 



Aug. 7 



Jan. 2 

Jan. 23 
Aug. 14 



July 31 
Dec. 11 



Oct. 16 
Oct. 9 
May 1 

Oct, 9 
Nov. 20 
July 17 
July 17 
June 19 

Dec. 18 
May 15 

Apr. 24 
Aug. 7 
May 22 
Dec. 4 
July 3 
Sept. 18 

Jan. 2 



Monthly 
volume. 



2063 
587 

1914 
1474 
1927 

987 

1649 



1161 
1163 
1187 
1071 



566 



379 

1G98 



1915 

1500 

1371 

1169 

465 

339 

988 

2076 

1177 

1249 



1281 
554 

1744 
339 

1109 

2380 
1060 
2129 
2466 



295 



26 

1509 
899 



2346 
556 



1027 
794 
340 

502 
1147 
1420 
1423 
1178 

1289 
1291 

1938 
475 

1949 
322 
307 

1072 

250 



C 56' 

) 50: 



522 
407 
535 



319 
319 
319 
299 



105 

478 



523 

414 

385 
334 
132 
90 
267 
569 
326 

343 



346 

163 

489 

91 

298 

642 
291 
592 
680 



83 



435 

C251 
t 252 



646 
156 



278 

214 

91 

138 
316 
390 
390 
326 

362 
347 

537 
134 
534 
90 
85 
299 

72 



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Gazette. 



102 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Erwin, James B. (See Brown, Wencel, assignor.) 

Erwin, James B.. Milwaukee, Wis. Water-meter 

Erwin, Orlando R., Chicago, 111. Street-car motor 

Erwin, TbomasM., Verona, assignor of one-fourth to E. Fried, Allegheny City, Pa. Spring- 

washe' for locking nuts 

Eshelman, Benjamin F., Harlan, Iowa. Dental plugger 

Eshelman, John L., Leadville. Colo. Construction of sea-going vessels 

Eskildson, Henry W., assignor to himself and C. A. Shaw, Boston, Mass. Hoop-cutting 

machine 



Eskrett, Cyrus, and W. H. Searle, Hull, county of York, England. Manufacture of oil- 
press mats 

Espel, Ferdinand, San Francisco, Cal. Ice-cream freezer 

Espel, Ferdinand, San Francisco, Cal. Ice-cream freezer 

Espel, Ferdinand, San Francisco, Cal. Yegetable-slicer 

Espeut, W. Bancroft. (See Ekman, Fry, and Espeut.) 

Essick, Samuel Y., Alliance, Ohio. Printing-telegraph 

Estabrook, Alanson C, assignor to Florence Manufacturing Company, Florence, Mass. 

Manufacture of brushes 

Estabrook, Alanson C, assignor to Florence Manufacturing Company, Florence, Mass. 

Machine for milling bone blanks for tooth-brushes 

Estabrook, John S., et al. (See Eddy, Romulus A., assignor.) 

Estabrook, Joseph M., Milford, Mass. Metal sole-fastening 

Estabrook, Joseph M., Milford, Mass. Machine for forming wire from sheet metal 



Estabrook, Joseph M., Milford, Mass. Belt-suspending device 

Estberg, William T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Wiudow-shade 

Estell, Samuel F., Chicago, 111. Glove and shoe buttoner 

Estep, Thomas B., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor of one-half to H. M. Stephenson, Covington, 

Ky. Street-car-switching system 

Esterbrook, William P., assignor to Gr. W. Rader & Co., New York, N. Y. Chimney and 

ventilating flue 

Esterly, George, Whitewater, Wis. Grain-binding machine 

Grain-binding machine 

Grain harvesting 



; and binding machine . . . 

Grain-harvesting machine 

Stopping mechanism for drawing-frames. 



Shoe- 



Esterly, George, Whitewater, Wis. 
Esterly, George, Whitewater, Wis. 

Esterly, George, Whitewater, Wis. 

Estes, Henry B , Manchester, N. H. 

Esrey & Co., J. (See Foster, Edwin A., assignor.) 

Estey Organ Company. (See Fuller, Levi K., assignor.) 

Estill, John F., etal. " (See Lutz, Charles H., assignor.) 

Esty. William, Laconia. N. H. Knitting-machine 

Eteve, Eugene, and C. C. Lallement, Paris, France. Gas-engine 

Ethell, John J., St. Louis, Mo. Millstono 

Ethell, William J., and M. D. L. Swank, Anderson, Ind. Button-fastener 

Ethridge Heeling Machine Company. (See Etbridge, Martin V., assignor.) 

Ethridge, Martin R., Lynn, Mass. Lasting-machine 

Ethridge, Martin R.. Lynn, Mass. Manufacture of boots and shoes 

Ethridge. Martin V., assignor to Ethridge Heeling Machine Company, Boston, Mass. 
heeling machine 

Ethridge, Martin V., assignorto Ethridge Heeling Machine Company, Boston, Mass. Heel-) 
nailing machine < 

Etter, Cyrus H, Medford, Mass. Adjustable toe-weight for trotting horses : 

Etzensperger, John. (See Fontneau, Frank, assignor.) 

Etzensperger, John, North Attleborough, Mass. Ornamental chain 

Etzensperger, John, North Attleborough, Mass. Slide for bracelets and chains 

Eubank, Thomas, Gerard, 111., assignor of one-half to R. A. Willett, Sedalia, Mo. Billiard- 
table leveler 

Eudaly, William A. (See Culbertson and Eudaly.) 

Eureka Silk Manufacturing Company et al. '(See Landfear, William R., assignor.) 

Eustes, John. (See Eveland, William L., assignor.) 

Eustis, John P., Newark, N. J. Drinking-flask 

Eutebrouk, Charles H., Boston, Mass. Fire-arm 

Evans, Abner, Jr., New York, assignor of one-third to A. Hicks, West New Brighton, N. Y. 
Target and ring game 

Evans, Austin C, Springfield, Ohio. Fertilizing attachment for corn-planters 

Evans, Austin C, Springfield, Ohio. Harrow 

Evans, Austin C, Springfield, Ohio. Corn-planter 



Evans, Austin C, Springfield. Ohio. Seat-bar for vehicles 

Evans, Charles A., Salem, N.H.,assignortohimself andT.S. Very,Boston,Mas8. Flocked 

fabric or imitation textile fabric 

Evans, Charles T., et al. (See Kennedy, Samuel A., assignor.) 

Evans, Darius P.. Nevada. Mo. Tire-tightener 

Evans, Edward, Mansfield, Ohio. Railway-crossing 

Evans, Edwin B. (See Harris and Evans.) 

Evans, Edwin J., Leavenworth, Kans. Lifting-jack 

Evans, Franklin J. , Iowa Falls, Iowa. Breech-loading fire arm 

Evans, G. Frank, Mechanic Falls, Me. Machine for reducing wood to pulp and fiber 

Evans, Georgo R. (See Blochman and Evans.) 

Evans, Georgo W., Baltimore, Md. Milk and cream can 

Evans, Georgo W., Baltimore, Md. Spigot 

Evans, Harry M., et al. (See Kennedy, Samuel A., assignor.) 

Evans, Harry N, assignor of two-thirds to G. Corbion, Jr., and W. D. Mull, Philadelphia, 

Pa. Heat and gas regulator , 

Evans, Henry II., etal. (See Pullen, Joseph, assignor.) 

Evans, James, Oneonta, N. Y. Railway-switch 

Evans, John, Etna, assignor of one-half to Spang, Chalfant & Co., Allegheny city, Pa. 

Piuldling-furnaoo . . 

Evans, John, and R. Low, Dundee, county of Forfar, Scotland. Gun and its projectile for 

throwing life-lines 

Evans, John E., Spanish Fork, Utah Ter. Harness-tug hook 

Evans, John E., Spanish Fork, Utah Ter. Barbed- wire fence .' 



No. 



286,285 
270,938 

279,088 
290.014 
279,863 

273,266 

280,460 
274 298 
277,250 
280,161 



279,550 



278,660 

279,728 

280 022 
280,023 

290,219 

288.043 
288,700 

280,300 

280,024 
278,524 
281,623 

282,005 

288,784 
289,902 



276,146 
272,130 
285,118 

282,872 

269,841 
269,842 

271,617 
285,596 
286,189 

281,853 
283,333 

285,739 



285,597 
289,521 

281.624 
280.367 
281,755 

281,756 

282,181 

275,176 

271.050 
275,028 

270,649 
283,089 
279,551 

274,745 
287,427 



273,716 

283,875 

270,184 

281,041 
281,987 
287,261 



Date. 



Oct. 9 
Jan. 23 

June 5 
Dec. 11 
June 19 

Mar. 6 

July 3 
Mar. 20 
May 8 
June 20 

June 19 

May 29 

June 19 

June 26 

June 26 

Dec. 18 
Nov. 6 
Nov. 20 

June 26 

June 26 
May 29 
July 17 

July 31 

Nov. 20 
Dec. 11 



Apr. 17 
Feb. 13 
Sept. 18 
Aug. 7 

Jan. 2 
Jan. 2 

Feb. 6 
Sept. 25 
Oct. 9 

July 24 
Aug. 14 

Sept. 25 



Sept. 25 
Dec. 4 

July 17 
July 3 
July 24 

July 24 

July 31 

Apr. 3 

Jan 23 
Apr. 3 

Jan. 16 
Aug. 14 
June 19 

Mar. 27 
Oct. 30 

Mar. 13 

Ang. 28 

Jan. 2 

July 10 
July 24 
Oct. 23 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



643 
1374 

585 

801 

1539 

27 

158 
1356 

924 
1899 

1179 

2664 

1383 

1745 

1747 

1050 

320 

1148 

2073 

1749 
2501 
1607 

2177 

1251 
665 



1643 
685 

1186 
47 6 

27 
29 



1755 
501 



1916 
1037 



1938 



1756 
187 

1609 
33 

1787 

1789 
2347 



1511 
195 

1021 
731 

1183 

1928 
2084 



609 

1699 

418 



2076 
1876 



171 
396 

160 
226 
430 



43 
372 
247 
534 

f 326 
$327 

729 

386 

490 
(490 
$491 

295 
90 

316 

584 

491 
683 
440 
f 598 
( 599 
343 
186 



25 
23 

23 
25 
23 

23 

24 
23 
23 
23 

J23 

23 

23 

23 

1 23 

25 
25 
25 

2) 

23 
23 
24 

?24 

25 
25 



453 
187 
332 
134 

8,9 



10 

C497 

$498 

139 

523 

291 

549 



4!'8 
52 

440 
9,10 

487 
(487 
<488 
(489 

046 



435 
52 

293 
205 
327 

537 

566 



163 
479 
121 

241 

570 
514 



23 
23 
24 

24 

23 
23 

23 

1 24 

25 

24 
24 

24 



24 
25 

24 
24 
24 

>24 

24 

23 

23 
23 

23 
24 
23 

23 
25 

23 

24 

23 

24 
24 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentecs-<-Contmue&. 



103 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume 



Official 
Gazette. 



Evans, John W., Cleveland, Ohio. Process of and apparatus for separating naphtha from 
oil 

Evans, John W., Cleveland, Ohio. Extraction of oils from vegetable and animal matter . . 

Evans, John W., Cleveland, Ohio. Process of and mechanism for extracting oil 

Evans, Matthias F., Nevada, Mo. Roller-skate 

Evans, Minor U. A., et al. (See Ballon, Hiram P., assignor.) 

Evans, Othniel B.. assignor of one-half to A. Hunt, Philadelphia, Pa. Water-closet 

Evane, Pierce. (See Kinkead. James H.. assignor.) 

Evans, Plummer &. Co. (See Plummer, Charles S., assignor.) 

Evans, Thomas, Gravesend. assitmor of two-thirds to W. H. Roberts, New York, and C. 

R. Turner, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fifth-wheel 

Evans, Thomas E. (See Allison, John, and Evans.) 

Evans. W. "Warrington, Washington, D. C. Apparatus for forming dental plates 

Evans, W. Warrington. Washington. D. C. Dental plugger 

Evans, William, Providence, R. I. Picker-stick-operating mechanism for looms 

Evans, William, Providence, R. I. Loom 



Spin- 



Evans. William H.. Boston, Mass. Tongs 

Evans, William K., Berkley, assignor to himself and J. Y. Anthony, Taunton, Mass 
ning-nng 

Evansville Pump Company. (See Eames, Wilfred, assignor.) 

Evarts, Charles A., assignor to Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company, Meriden, 
Conn. Hanging lamp 

Evarts, James M., New Haven, Conn. Machine for bending pipe 

Evarts, John A., assignor to Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company, Meriden, Conn. 
Friction-brake for elevating devices 

Eveland, William L., Port Stanley, Ontario, assignor of one-half to J. Eustes, Fingal, Can- 
ada. Plumb-level 

Eveleth, Frederick A.. Cynthiana, Kv. Device for making cart-saddles 

Evenden. James W., Rome, X. Y. Ale-condenser 

Evens. John R. (See Duncan and Evens.) 

Evcrding. John, Newark, N. J., assignor to Celluloid Manufacturing Company, New York, 
N. Y. Machino for breaking or cutting up sheets of celluloid or other compounds of 
pyroxyline 

Evered, John. Macy, Ind. Mole-trap 

Evered, Joshua. (See Farr and Evered.) 

Everet. Charles G.. Bellefontaine, Ohio. Automatic check-row corn-planter 

Everett, Charles D. (See Johns, Charles T., assignor.) 

Everett. Charles J., Tenaflv. N. J. Soap 

Everett, Edward H. (See Parkhurst, Amos F., assignor.) 

Everett, Pierce E. (See Prier, Doherty, and Everett.) 

Everett, Pierce E. (See Prier, Doherty, and Everett.) 

Everett. Sidney J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Fishkill Manufacturing Company, 
New York, N. Y. Folding box 

Everiss, Joseph E., Adrian, Mich. Pillow 

Everitt, James. (See Voro and Everitt.) 

Everitt, John, Prairie City, 111. Pump 

Everitt. Percival, London, England. Cigarette-machine 



Evesson, Martin V. B., Hoboken, N. J. Oscillating chair 

Evcssou, Martin V. B., Hoboken, N. J. Oscillating chair 

Evesson, Martin V. B., Hoboken, N. J. Treadle attachment for rocking-chairs 

Evinger. Noah, Terro Haute, Hid. Seed-planter 

Ewan. John T., Bethalto, 111. Machine for scouring wheat, &c 

Ewart Manufacturing Company. (See Ewart, William D., assignor.) 
Ewart Manufacturing Company. (See Howe, Eugene L., assignor.) 

Ewart, William D. , assignor to' Link-Belt Machinery Company, Chicago, HI. Clutch 

Ewart, William D., Chicago, 111., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, of Illinois. 
Drive-chain 



Ewing, John H., Wheeling, W. Va. Lantern 

Ewing, John H., and E. L. Bill, Wheeling, W. Va. Lamp and lantern 

Ewing, Orville, and G. A. Henderson, Decatur, HI. Ditching-machine 

Ewing, William L., Wheeling, W. Ya. Making glass lamps 

Ewing, William L., Wheeling, W. Va. Lamp 

Ewins. James A., assignor to T. B. Barker, Birmingham, county of Warwick, England. 

Gas-engine - 

Ewins, Philo S., West Berkshire, Vt. Sorghum-evaporalor 

Excelsior Hatch Company. (See Fraser, Daniel, assignor.) 
Excelsior Manufacturing Company. (See O'Keefe, John O.. assignor.) 
Excelsior Manufacturing Company. (See Scbafer, Joseph D., assignor.) 
Excelsior Manufacturing Company. (See Smullen, Daniel, assignor.) 

Exner. William. Harper's Ferry, W. Va. Sled 

Eybi-1, Bemhard. New York, N. Y. Pencil-holder 

Ever. John. Jr., Morrill. Kans Cooking utensil 

Eyl, Emit C, Jefferson City, Mont. Ter. Car-coupling 

Eyl, Emil C, Jefferson City, Mont. Ter. Fire-escape 

Eyster. Ed wai d (>.. assignor of one-half to J. D. Miller, York, Pa. Broom-holder 

Ezell. Charles M., Baskihton. La. Car-coupling 

Ezell, Francis L., Nashville. Teun. Plow 



Faas, Gustav A., assignor of one-fourth to A. P Usher, Lawrence, Kans. Extension-table. 

Faber, Ebcrhard. (See Schrag, Philip, assignor.) 

Faher, Ucnrv C. Utica. N. Y. Trunk 

Fabing, Frederic. (See Blue, Dennis S., assignor.) 

Fabric lire floso Company. (See Gil'espio. James E., assignor.) 

Facer, James A., and A. Schaub, Philadelphia, Pa.; said Schaub assignor to said Facer. 
Device for maniilai-tining car-wheel tires 

Fachmon. Oswald. Lindscy. Ohio. Drag-saw 

Facssler, John. Moberly, Mo. Flue-expander 

Fagan, Thomas B., assignor of one-half to W. Smith, Van Wert, Ohio. Tile-ditching ma- 
chine 



281,039 
281,040 
285,598 
285,599 

284,544 



289,767 

279,365 

279,928 
281,254 

281,476 

'276,572 

272,868 

284.955 
275,029 

287,262 

274,089 
288,953 
278,525 



286,535 
285,400 

272,222 

276,376 



276,676 
273,974 

282,973 

274,746 

281,477 
283,988 
290,634 
281,677 
287,370 

272,947 

280,729 

278,920 

275,474 

283,765 

277.414 
281,678 

273,421 
284,123 



284,196 
271,439 
281,042 
275.177 
285,740 
279,481 
273,045 
272,223 

290,180 



284,197 



271,823 
285.982 
270,770 

275,372 



July 10 
July 10 
Sept. 25 



sept. 25 
Sept. 4 


Dec. 4 


June 12 


June 26 
July 17 


July 17 


May 1 


Feb. 27 


Sept. 11 
Apr. 3 


Oct. 23 


Mar. 13 
Nov. 20 
May 29 


Oct. 9 

Sept. 25 


Feb. 13 


Apr. 24 


May 1 
Mai-. 13 


Aug. 14 


Mar. 27 


July 17 
Aug. 28 
Dec. 18 
July 24 
Oct. 23 


Feb. 27 


July 3 


June 5 


Apr. 10 


Aug. 28 


May 8 
July 24 


May 29 
Aug. 28 


Sept. 4 
Jan. 30 
July 10 
Apr. 3 
Sept. 25 
June 12 
Feb. 27 
Feb. 13 


Dec. 11 


Sept. 4 


Feb. 6 
Oct. 2 
Jan. 16 


Apr. 10 



863 
865 
1757 
1759 

466 



489 

952 

1625 
1148 

1424 

38 

1642 



975 
198 

1877 

1080 
1432 

2302 



941 
1523 



791 
1938 



182 
939 

588 

1929 

1427 
1838 
1601 
1081 
2012 



469 
381 

805 



1110 
1682 



2374 
2028 



50 

2003 

867 

381 

1939 

1091 

1851 

792 

989 



288 
252 
1170 

664 



240 
240 
498 
499 

132 



136 

(264 

$265 

456 

316 

(390 

\ 391 

10 

459 



274 
53 

514 

298 
394 
683 



254 
429 



220 



47 
258 

166 
537 
538 
391 
518 
439 
458 
547 



485 

134 

(103 

\ 104 

217 

C 444 

\ 445 

298 

458 



648 
565 



14 

578 
241 
105 
549 
301 
518 
220 
( 279 
t 280 

14 



79 

71 

333 



24 



104 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



I'agnant, Benjamin, et al. (See Clrasse, Joseph G., assignor.) 

Fahrig, Frank E., Scranton, Pa. Furnace for burning culm and other fine fuel 

Fahrney, Andrew, Milledgeville, 111 . Mechanical movement 

Fahys Watch Case Company. (See Lamout, .Tames, assignor.) 

Fair, George W., assignor of one-half to W. Walker, Jr., Dayton, Ohio. Heating-furnace. 

Fair, Nathaniel G-, Bristol, Tenn. Tinner's machinery 

Fairbanks, Charles M. (See Woodward and Fairbanks.) 

Fairbanks, Charles M., New York, N. Y., assignor to E. A. Wilkinson, trustee, Newark, 
N. J. Sewing-machine treadle 

Fairbanks, Charles N, Sturgis, Mich. Jeweler's tool 

Fairbanks & Co., E. & T. (bee Fairbanks, Franklin, assignor.) 

Fairbanks & Co., E. & T. (See Merrill, John A., assignor.) 

Fairbanks & Co., E. & T. (See Miller. Charles C, assignor.) 

Fairbanks, Crawford M., Pawtucket, R. I. Tool-handle 

Fairbanks, Crawford M., Pawtucket, R. I. Tool-handle 

Fairbanks, Franklin, assignor to E. & T. Fairbanks & Co., St. Johnsbury, Vt. Platform- 
scale 



Fairbanks, Harlan, assignor to New England Patent Fire Escape Company, Boston, Mass. 
Fire-escape 

Fairbanks, Henry, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Feed- water heater 

Fairchild, Frederick, et al. (See Fairchild, George S., assignor.) 

Falrchild, George S., assignor of two-thirds to F. Fairchild and L. Herring, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Bottle 



Fairchild, Be Boy W. (See Collard, Richard M., assignor.) 

Fairfield, Thomas D., Cleveland, Ohio. Process of and apparatus for chilling paramne-oils, 
&c . 



Fairlamb, Charles C, deceased, (C. T. Clark, administrator,) Chicago, HI. Nut-lock 

Fairman, Harry E., San Francisco, Cal. Post-driver 

Fairman, Harry E., Plymouth, Mich. Post-driver 

Falconer, John S., Pardeeville, Wis. Chicken-crate 

Falconer, William, Foster's Mills, Pa. Machine for the manufacture of carbon-black 

Falconnet, Eugene F., Nashville, Tenn. Aerial ship 

Fales & Jenks Machine Company, et al. (See Booth, John, assignor.) 
Falk, Leonard. (See June and Falk.) 

Falkenberg, Charles, and J. Lederer, New York, N. Y. Shirt 

Fallesen, Christian, and J. M. Jensen, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; said Jensen assignor to said Fal- 

lesen. Fifth- wheel for vehicles 

Fallon, William, Newburg, N. Y. Dumping-car 

Fallows, James, Philadelphia, Pa. Toy car, wagon, or other vehicle 

Fallows, James, Philadelphia, Pa. Toy 

Famous Shoo and Clothing Company, et al. (See Jones, Bichard F., assignor.) 

Fanckboner, William, et al. (See Colvin, Orson, assignor.) 

Fancher, Alton H, Brooklyn, assignor to American Package Company, New York, N. Y. 

Metal box hinge 

Fannin, Oliver P., West Wynnton, Fla. Bale-tie 

Fanning, James, Salem, Mass. Cash-desk 

Fanning, James, Salem, Mass. Lantern 

Farbwerke Hoechst, vormals Meister, Lucius & Bruning. (See Limpach, Leonhard, as- 
signor.) 

Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius & Bruning. (See Fischer, Eugen, assignor.) 

Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius <fc Bruning. (See Fischer, Otto, assignor.) 

Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius & Briining. (See Rudolph, Christian, assignor.) 

Farley, Alfred D. F., Leavenworth, Hans. Croquet set 

Farley, Jesse K. (See Oberle and Janggen, assignors.) 

Farley, John P., Kansas City, Mo. Hydrant 

Farloy, Michael, Portland, Oreg. Lustrument for surveying inaccessible heights, <fcc 

Farley, Michael, assignor of one-half to D. P. Kennedy, Portland, Oreg. Bevel-square 

Farlin, Dudley. (See Gibbon, Thomas H, assignor.) 

Farmer, George P. (See Fest, Charles P., assignor.) 

Farmer, George P. (See Jenkins, Joel, assignor.) 

Fanner, George P., et al. (See Smith, LuellaE., assignor.) 

Farmer, George P., Montclair, N. J. Button. (Reissue) 

Farmer, George P., Montolair, N. J. Button 

Farmer; Hannah T., Newport, R. I. Head protector '. 

Farmer, Henry, Eichmond, Ind., assignor of one-half to H. P. Deuscher, Hamilton, Ohio. 
Check-rower cord 

Fanner, Henry, Richmond, Ind., assignor of one-half to H. P. Deuscher, Hamilton, Ohio. 
Check-row seeder 

Farmer, James C. (See White and Farmer.) 

Farmer, James C, Providence, R. I., and R. A. Calder, Lynn, Mass. Rod-packing 

Fanner, James C., Providence, R. I., assignor to himself, C. E. Ferreira, Quincy, D. A. 
Brooks, Bramtree. C. H. Brown, and A. A. Reeve, Boston. Mass. Locomotivo smoke-box. 

Farmer, Moses G. , Newport, R.I. System of electric lighting 

Farmer, Moses G., Newport, R. I. System of electrical generation and distribution 

Farmer, William, Wytheville, Va. Adjustable chair-support 

Farmer's Friend Manufacturing Company. (See Runstetler, Andrew and M., assignors.) 

Farmer's Friend Manufacturing Company. (S. e Runstetler, Michael and A., assignors.) 

Farmer's Friend Manufacturing Company. (See Runstetler and Marlay, assignors.) 

Farmers Protective Union. (See Edwards, Alfred, assignor.) 

Farnham, Frank E., et al. (SeeEnos, John A., assignor.) 

Farnham, Frank G., assignor to himself and C. W. Demarest, White Mills, Pa. Gun-wad. 

Farnham, Isaiah H., Portland, Mo. Telephone system and apparatus 

Farnham, Orison L., assignor to J. H. Paddock, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Ore-separating machine. 

Farnham. Thomas H., assignor to Union Carpet Lining Company, Boston, Mass. Machine 
for folding carpet-linings 

Farnsworth, Charles L., Detroit, Mich. Button-fastener 

Farnsworth, Georgo 0. (See Sherwood and Farnsworth.) 

Farnsworth, Hattio A., New York, N. Y. Muff 

Farnum, George, Swampscott, Mass. Car-axle 

Farnrrm, John R., Waltham, Mass. Screen or grid for gas-purifiers 

Farnrrm, William C, assignor of one-fourth to E. S. Peck, HoosrckFalls, N. Y. Weighing- 
scale 



No. 



289,400 
290,220 

284,545 
271,440 



269,925 
271,051 



285,802 
286,124 



285,600 



277,415 
290,015 



282,974 

290,016 
278,230 
276,677 
285,881 
273,496 
277,472 

270,939 



270,039 

278,786 
287,650 
273,046 
278,694 



284,828 
278,787 

278,921 

282,291 



280,807 

289,903 
288,321 
285,601 



10,340 
275,619 
290,017 

274,579 

274,580 

285,244 

275.812 
285,602 
290,873 
280,593 



288,168 
281,478 
284,401 



270,940 
280,730 

275.373 
269,926 
283.090 

279,864 



Date. 



Dec. 4 
Dec. 18 

Sept. 4 
Jan. 30 



Jan. 2 
Jan. 23 



Oct. 
Oct. 



Sept. 25 

May 8 
Dec. 11 



Aug. 14 

Dec. 11 
May 22 
May 1 
Oct. 2 
Mar. 6 
May 15 

Jan. 23 



Jan. 2 

June 5 
Oct. 30 
Feb. 27 
June 5 



Sept. 11 
June 5 

June 5 

July 31 



July 10 

Dec. 11 
Nov. 13 
Sept. 25 



June 12 
Apr. 10 
Dec. 11 

Mar. 27 

Mar. 27 

Sept. 18 

Apr. 17 
Sept. 25 
Dec. 25 
July 3 



Nov. 6 
July 17 
Sept. 4 

Jan. 23 
July 3 

Apr. 10 
Jan. 2 
Aug. 14 

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184 
130 
325 
1188 

1376 



251 

150 

2383 

1852 

24 



823 
151 

382 

2467 



587 

667 

661 

1763 



1134 
989 
805 

1741 

1741 

1334 

1243 

1763 

1907 

308 



462 
1428 
295 

1380 
471 



10 

296 



133 

578 



36 
436 



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115 



499 



298 
226 



166 



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579 

48 

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88 

319 

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643 
519 

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183 
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226 

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527 

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83 

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665 177 

123 36 

732 205 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 



105 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Farqukar, John F. C, Long Acre, county of Middlesex, England. Steadying floating ves- 
sels 

Fair, Freeman S., and J. Evcred, Muskegon, Micb. Log-roller 



Far!'. Hiram G.. 
Farr, Willis M. 
Farr, Willis M.. 
Fair, Willis M. 



Farr, Georgo, Cincinnati, Ohio. Smoke and gas consuming furnace 

Parr, George, assignor of one-half to J. R. Whittemore and M. Spickennan, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Gas-consuming furnace - 

Fair. Hiram G., Boston, Mass. King for halters, tie-straps, pessaries, &c 

Boston, Mass. Uterine supporter 

Dowagiac, Mich. Sand-protector for vehicles 

Dowagiac, Mich. Sand-band for vehicles 

Dowagiac, Mich. Sand-band 

Farra, Walter H., assignor of two-thirds to M. M. and C. A. R. Moore, Mount Jackson, 

Va. Cutter-bar for liarvesters 

Farrar, Benjamin F., San Francisco, Cal. Sofa-bed 

Farrar, Charles F., South Lyon, and A. Bowman, Mason, Mich. Stock-food steamer and 

e va porator 

Farrar. George F., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Horse hay-rake 

Farrell. Francis A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fare-box 

Farrell, Franklin. (See Moore, Harry F., assignor.) 
Farrell, Henry K. (See Lonergau and Farrell.) 

Farrell, -John. Huntsvillo, N. J. Hay fork and carrier 

Farrell, John. Pittsburg. Pa. Coiling lead pipe 

Farrell, John, Pittsburg, Pa. Coiling lead pipo 

Farrell, John, Pittsburg, Pa. Machine for making electric cables. (Reissue) 

Farrell, John, Pittsburg, Pa. Machine for making electric cables. (Reissue) 

Farrell, Sylvester, et al. (See Jensen. Matbias, assignor.) 

Farrell, William E. (See Thompson and Farrell.) 

Farren, William D., Boise City, Idaho Ter. Telegraph-key 

Farriugton, Do Witt C, Lowell, Mass. Electric railway-signal K. 



Farrington, George K. and H. C, Kirksville, Mo., assignors of one-third to B. S. Potter, 
Ediuhorougb. Pa. ; said George K. Farriugton assignor to said H. C. Farrington. Me- 
chanical telephone 

Farrington, Homer C. (See Farriugton. George K. and H. C.) 

Farrington! James M., assignor to J . E. Gage, Concord, N. H. Sight for fire-arms 

Farrington, South R. (See Clark, Farriugton, and Sheard.) 

Farrington, Thomas B. (See Oberst, Peter J., assignor.) 

Farrington. Thomas B., Minneapolis, Minn. Stay for garments 

Farriugton, Thomas B., Minneapolis, Minn. Drier 

Fan-is, Edwin B., Paloimo, Me., assignor to Oglesby, Moore & Co., Middletown, Ohio. 
Blotting paper 

Farris. William H. (See Horrall, William A., assignor.) 

l'arrish. William F., el al (See Simpson, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Faraou, Enoch S., Philadelphia, Pa. Refrigerator 

Faison. Enoch S., Philadelphia. Pa. Shoe-blacking apparatus and chair combined 

Farthing .lohn, Chicago, 111. Water-closet shut-off 

Farwell, Frederick E., Fitchburg, Mass. Shoe 

Farwell, Lalon Z., et al. (See Razlett, Frederic B., assignor.) 

Farwell, Willard B., New York, N. Y., assignor of five-eighths to J. Landers and I. M. Tay- 
lor. San Francisco, Cal. Dry-ore concentrator 

Farwell, Willard B., assignor of five-eighths to J. Landers and I. M. Taylor, San Francisco, 
Cal. Dry-ore concentrator 

Fashing, John, Winfield, Kans. Car-coupling 

Fassitt, John H., Philadelphia, Pa. Dog-collar 

Fassler, Jerome, et al. (See Green, George F., assignor.) 

Fatjo, John. (See Sweatt, Leroy A., assignor.) 

Faucette. James B., Searcy, Ark. Washing machine 

Faucette, James B. , Dover, Ark. Theodolite 

Faunht, Luther R., Philadelphia, Pa. Boring bar 

Faulkner, Daniel A.. Sacramento, Cal. Dirt-scraper 

Faulkner, Thomas D., Fort Mill. S C. Spring-motor 

Faulstieh. Wendelin. Belleville, HI. Cbimney-top 

Faust. Abraham, Allegheny city, Pa. Shaft-coupling 

Fawcett, Fred, St. Louis, Mo. Removable calk for horseshoes 

Fawcett, Richard, Salem, Ohio. Shifting seat for vehicles 



Fawcett, Thomas C, and J. C.'Hargreaves, Leeds, county of York, England. Preventing 
boiler explosions 

Fawcett, William. New York, N. Y. Hame-tug 

Fawkes, Joseph W., Storm Lake, Iowa. Show-case 

Fay, Albert T.. Oak Park. HI. Railway-switch 

Fav, Bernard, Pittsburg. Pa. Burglar-alarm 

Fay. Georgianna, Richmond, Va. Newspaper- wrapper 

Fay, Moses, Townville. Pa. Rotary engine 

Fav. Ilimmon C. assignor to G. Draper~&. Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Knot-tying apparatus . . 

Fayette, Henry W., New York, assignor of one-half to J. R. and E. B. Embree, Westches- 
ter. B. Y. Attachment for cupola-furnaces for receiving the dump : . 

Fearey, (leorge D.. Albany, N. Y. Sandpapering-machine 

Foam, John. Washington, D. C. Spring-motor 

Fearon, Thomas. Yonkers, N. Y. Outrigger-boat 

Fechteler, Henry, assignor to himself and R. Artmann, New York, N. Y. Wall -decora- 
tion 



John. Marysville, Cal. Sulky-harrow 

Fegley, Willoughhy. Ovid, N. Y. Fly-net for horses 

Feister. Henry P.. Philadelphia. Pa. Multicolor-printing machine 

Feix. .Tuhann. Albrcchtsdorf, Austria-Hungary. Production of enameled or metallized 

i:lass 



Felbel, Jacob. New York, X. Y. Paper box 

Felber, Arthur. Nyaok. X. Y. Stop-motion for button-hole sewing-machines 

Felber, Isidor. Xyack. X. Y. Press-clamp for bntton-fiies 

Felch, Frank 1.. (See l.iedke. Edward L.. assignor.) 

Fi'ldman, Joseph. London, England. Umbrella 

Feldmann. Alfred, Bremen, Germany. Apparatus for the manufacture of ammonia 



283,091 
288,415 

272,035 



286,286 
277,473 
286,798 
270, C50 
273,832 
282,066 

278,922 
278,004 

279,142 
270,013 
270,051 



273,350 

278,695 

278,696 

10,401 

10,402 



270,652 
279,929 



271,324 
285,474 



287.916 
289,635 



283,474 



275,620 
275,621 
270,211 
275,813 



274,581 

278.325 
276,168 
272,036 



271,230 

289.401 
289,522 
290,410 
273,047 
280,597 
287,651 
272,072 

272,420 

282 292 
283.475 
279,300 
276,794 
285,023 
278,92(3 
280.162 
280,921 

287,527 
282,509 
272,830 
271,441 

281,679 
275,030 
270,040 
273,072 

270,014 
| 278,526 
I 275,022 

282,711 
I 

270,041 

278,115 



Aug. 14 
Nov. 13 

Feb. 13 



Oct. 9 
May 15 
Oct. 16 
Jan. 16 
Mar. 13 
July 31 

June 5 
May 22 

June 12 
Apr. 17 
Jan. 16 



Mar. 6 
June 5 
June 5 
Nov." 6 
Nov. 6 



Jan. 16 
June 26 

Jan. 30 
Sept. 25 



Nov. 
Dec. 



Aug. 21 



Apr. 10 
Apr. 10 
Jan. 9 
Apr. 17 



Mar. 27 

May 29 
Apr. 24 
Feb. 13 



Jan. 30 

Dec. 4 

Dec. 4 

Dec. 18 

Feb. 27 

Oct. 10 

Oct. 30 

Feb. 20 

Feb. 20 



July 31 
Aug. 21 
June 12 
May 1 
Sept. 18 
June 5 
June 20 
July 10 

Oct. 30 
Aug. 7 
Fob. 20 
Jan. 30 

July 24 
Apr. 3 
Jan. 2 
Mar. 

Apr. 17 
May 29 
Apr. 10 
Aug. 7 

Jau. 2 

May 22 



733 

797 

559 



645 
1190 
1282 
1022 

768 
2181 

383 
1823 

675 
1475 
1022 



143 
25 
26 
497 
501 



1024 
1627 



1851 
1009 



158 
324 



1217 



990 

991 

459 

1243 



1743 

2254 

1672 

562 



1731 
35 
188 
1291 
1853 
1029 
2385 
1373 

1056 



2408 
1217 

954 

341 
1073 

384 
1899 

718 

2207 

39 

1567 

2000 

1683 
198 
251 
554 

147G 

2503 

992 

296 

252 
1951 



200 

210 

;i5i 

152 

172 
320 
346 
294 
208 
599 

105 
408 

186 
407 
294 



40,41 

7 

8 

138 

139 



294 
5 456 
(457 



537 
452 



46 
90,91 



342 



267 
268 
133 
342 



484 

617 
461 
152 



501 

11 

53 

302 

519 

278 

643 

385 

;296 

;297 

680 
342 
265 
91 
300 
105 
535 
202 

599 

12 

441 

579 

458 
53 
73 

147 



638 
654 

549 



127 
1844 
247 
210 
974 
403 

2168 
1959 

2249 
1496 
216 



858 

2129 

2129 

594 

595 



216 
2423 



373 

1202 



535 
945 



731 



23 1403 
23 I 1403 



084 

208 

84 

73 
535 



101 
1454 



2041 
1530 
550 



353 
893 
919 
1130 
786 
203 
403 
095 

639 



451 
732 
2294 
1685 
1102 
2188 
2471 
133 

429 
507 
730 
402 

311 

1259 

51 

929 

1496 

2086 

1403 

551 



1981 



106 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Feldmann, Hermann B., assignor to S. P. M. Taster, Philadelphia, Pa. Hopper for pul- 
verizing-machines 

Feldmann, Hermann B., assignor of one-half to S. P. M. Tasker, Philadelphia, Pa. Pul- 
verizing-macbine 

Feldmann, Hermann B., assignor to J. R. Tasker, Philadelphia, Pa. Pulverizing - ma- 
chine 

Felix, Nurna J., New York, N Y. Watch-case spring 

Fell, Ambrose G-, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of glucose 

Fell, Jasper P. (See Gregg and Fell.) 

Fell, Jasper P., and E. C. Gregg, "Wheeling, Mo. Hay-stacker 

Fell, John R., Philadelphia, Pa. Fire-escape 

Fell, Thomas M. , Brooklyn, N. Y. Feeding air to furnaces 

Fell, Thomas M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Obtaining motive power 

Fell, Thomas M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Furnace 

Fell, Thomas M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for making heating and illu-'. 
minating gas ' 

Fellers, John E., Burlington, Ind. Grain-tally 

Fellows. A. Clarke, Troy, N. Y. Collar 

Fellows. A. Clarke, Troy, N. Y. Collar..... 

Fellows, Charles F., Chelmsford, assignor to J. W. Bennett, Lowell, Mass. Lamp and 
lantern 

Fellows, Edgar D., assignor to Davis Sewing Machine Company, Watertown, N. Y. Ver- 
tical-feed sewing-machine 

Fellows, Edgar D., assignor to Davis Sewing Machine Company, Watertown, N. Y. Ver- 
tical-feed sewing-machine 

Fellows, Edgar D., assignor to Davis Sewing Machine Company, Watertown, N. Y. Ver- 
tical-feed sewing-machine 

Fellows, Edgar D., assignor to Davis Sewing Machine Company, Watertown, N. Y. Ver- 
tical-feed sewing-machine , 

Felps, Thomas, Clinton, La. Cotton-scraper attachment for plows 

Felstead, William, Boston, Mass. Lunch-box 

Felt, Hannibal, assignor of one-half to H. P. Deuscher, Hamilton, Ohio. Wagon-brake 

Felt, Harriet A. (See Felt, John, assignor.) 

Felt, John, Clayton, N. Y. .Sash-holder 

Felt, John, assignor to H. A. Felt, Clayton, N. Y. Combined stopper and tube for ink- 
stands 

Felthoff, John. (See Weaver, James C, assignor.) 

Felthonsen, Edward G., and D. L. Volker, Buffalo, N. Y. Injector 

Feltbousen, William H., Baltimore, Md. Conveyer 

Felton, Lucius E. , Potsdam, N. Y. Galvanic-battery cell 

Felts, Oscar N., Carrington, Mo. Gang-plow 

Fenn, J. P. (See Hendricks, Clarke, assignor.) 

Fenn, Joseph E., Elizabeth, N. J. Telephone-exchange system 

Fenn, Joseph E.. Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Western Union Telegraph Company, New 
York, N. Y. Duplex telegraph 

Fenn, William B., Meriden, Conn. Grinding and polishing machine 

Fenn, William B., assignor to F. Merriam & Co., Meriden, Conn. Joiner's plane 

Fennell, Joseph, Cynthiana, Ky. Knee-boot for horses 

Fennell, Joseph, Cynthiana, Ky. Quarter-boot for horses 

Fennor, George P., New London, Conn. Air-cushioning device for printing-presses 

Fenner, George P., New London, Conn. Gripper-motion for printing-presses 

Fenner, George P., New London, Conn. Journal-bearing 

Fenner, James W., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Nathan & Dreyfus, New York, N. Y. Oil- 
cup 

Fenner, William H., Jr. (See Potter and Fenner.) 

Fennerty, John M., Memphis, Tenn. Bilge- water indicator 

Feni o, Isaac, Boston, Mass. Horseshoe 

Fenton, John, Indianapolis, Ind. Toe-weight 

Fentou, John H. (See Hise, George J., assignor.) 

Fenton, John II. (See Hiso and Fenton.) 

Fenton, John IT. (See Ughtford and Fenton.) 

Fenton, Join) H., Chicago, 111. Toe-weight for horses 

Fenwick, George, Gateshead, and B. Cochrane, Durham, county of Durham, England. Re- 
verberator v furnace 

Feraille, F. Stephen. (See Kursh and Feraille.) 

Ferguson, Benjamin F., Allen, Tex. Cotton-gin building 

Ferguson, Caroline. St. Louis, Mo. Clothes-basket 

Ferguson, Charles H , and A. Baker, Boston, Mass. Coal and ash sifter 

Ferguson, Charles L. (See Ferguson, Thomas and C. L.) 

Ferguson, Charles W., Jauesville, Wis. Car-coupling 

Ferguson, Edward G., Macon, Ga. Vehicle-wheel 

Ferguson, James, Bridgewater, Mass. Cotton-bale tie 

Ferguson, James E. (See Snrprenant and Ferguson.) 

Ferguson, James L., Columbia City, Ind. Ticket-case 

Ferguson, Monroe J., Winthrop, Iowa. Sleigh 

Ferguson, Oliver, Milton, Ind. Grain-binder 

Ferguson, Robert W., assignor to W. H. Acuff and J. M. Wiswell, Decatur, 111. Joint- 
fastener 

Ferguson, Stephen B., Hallowcll Township, Ontario, Canada. Cheese-vat 

Ferguson, Stephen M. (See Atkins. Callahill, assignor.) 

Ferguson, Thomas and C. L., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Thill-coupling 

Ferguson, William C„ G. D. Grismore, and W. M. Wetherill, St. Louis, Mo. Pick 

Fern, John. (See Grimes and Fern.) 

Fern, John, Hyde Park, Pa. Apparatus for separating slate from coal 

Fernald, Edward S. M., Saco, Me. Tool-rest for lathes 

Fernald, James AV., Detroit, Mich. Reversing mechanism for washing-machines 

Fernie, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Ventilating apparatus 

Fcrnie, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for ventilating apartments 

Foroe, Alfred E., Albany, and W. E. Feroe, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Manufacturing beer, 
sirup, and distilled liquor 



No. 



274,090 

275,031 

290,874 
290,761 
270,042 

270,043 
285,603 

270,653 

287,917 
288,416 

288,701 

280,163 
284,829 
287,263 

283,989 

280,731 

280,732 

282,873 

282,874 
270,654 
277,251 
278,924 

286,125 

280,922 

283,229 
275.758 
287,812 

283,585 



285,245 

275,334 
282.293 
287,371 
283,990 
288,220 
272,673 
272,674 
276,015 

272,379 

274,474 
289,402 
270,941 



286,190 
271,442 

273,048 

276,377 
289,820 

281,479 

277.252 
290,221 

278,925 
278,326 
286,799 

281,854 
285,803 

273,497 
285,804 

274,747 
28C,(.90 
283,586 
280,594 
280,595 

282,619 



Date. 



Mar. 13 

Apr. 3 

Dec. 25 
Dec. 25 
Jan. 2 

Jan. 2 

Sept. 25 

Jan. 16 

Nov. 6 
Nov. 13 

Nov. 20 

June 26 
Sept. 11 
Oct. 23 

Aug. 28 

July 3 

July 3 

Aug. 7 

Aug. 7 
Jan. 16 
May ' 8 
June 5 

Oct. 2 

July 10 

Aug. 14 
Apr. 10 
Nov. 6 

Aug. 21 

Sept. 18 

Apr. 3 
July 31 
Oct. 23 
Aug. 28 
Nov. 13 
Feb. 20 
Feb. 20 
Apr. 17 

Feb. 13 

Mar. 27 
Dec. 4 
Jan. 23 



Oct. 9 
Jan. 30 

Feb. 27 

Apr. 24 
Dec. 11 

July 17 

May 8 
Dec. 18 

June 5 
May 29 
Oct. 16 

July 24 
Oct. 2 

Mar. 6 
Oct. 2 

Mar. 27 
Oct. 16 
Aug. 21 
July 3 
July 3 

Aug. 7 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



1081 

200 

1910 
1774 
253 



255 
1766 



160 
797 

1149 

1900 

824 

1878 

1839 

473 

475 

477 

479 

1026 

925 

385 

422 



902 

1164 

27 

1348 



1335 

591 

2468 
2013 

1840 
528 
1374 
1375 
1477 

993 

1586 

36 

1381 



504 
2008 



1854 

1940 

558 



1432 

926 
1054 

386 
2255 
1282 

1916 
25 

325 
26 

1933 
1151 
134!) 
309 
310 

173 



298 

53,54 

527 
490 



73,74 

500 

C294 

\ 295 

46,47 

216 

C316 

$317 

535 

230 

514 

519 

134 

135 

134 

134 

295 
248 
105 

115 

202 

252 

319 

9 

(376 

)377 

376 

159 
680 
547 
519 
147 
385 
386 
408 

277 

435 

11 

399 



139 

579 

(519 

\ 520 

537 

156 

(391 
\ 392 

248 
296 

106 
618 
346 

523 
9 



538 

309 

377 

86 

86 

52 



23 

23 

25 
25 
23 

23 
24 

1 23 

25 
25 

1 25 

23 
24 
25 



23 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alpliabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



107 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Feroe, William E. (See Feroe. Alfred E. and W. E.) 

Ferrall, Thomas R., Boston, Mass. Self-lubricating bearing 

Ferrall, Tboinas R., Boston, Mass. Trawl-roller 

Ferrall, Tboinas It., Boston, Mass. Anti-frictional bearing 

Ferrall, Thomas R., Boston, Mass. Pulley -block 

Fen-all, Thomas R., Boston, Mass. Pulley-block 

Ferre, William T., assignor to himself and E. W. Bennett, Springfield, Mass. Device for 

bottling liquids 

Ferreira, Charles E., et al. (See Farmer, James C, assignor.) 

Ferron, Myron J., Stonebam, Mass. Feed mechanism for sewing-machines 

Ferren, Myron J., Stonebam, Mass. Apparatus for making vamps for shoes 

Ferren, Myron J., Stonebam, Mass. Boot and shoe pattern 

Ferronburg, Jonathan P., New Madrid, Mo. Shingle-machine 

Ferrier, Charles P. , Tpsilanti, Mich. Corn-sheller 

Ferris, Alfred. (See Thornton and Ferris.) 

Forris, Andrew C., Ilackensack, N. J. Fire-escape ladder 

Ferris, George D., Mexico, Mo. Washing-machine 

Ferris, Henry L., Alden, 111. Hay elevator and carrier 

Ferris, Hudson, Chicago, 111. Burglar-alarm 

Finis, SUci woodB., Brooklyn. N. Y. Corset 

Fenis, Smith, New York, N. Y. Caster 

Fenon. Alexandre, assiguor to himself and Societe Anonyme des Anciens Etablissements 

Cail, Paris, France. Machine for crashing and disintegrating sugar-cane 

Ferry, Daniel J.. Philadelphia, Pa. Paper box 

Pen y. narlow H.. Kiiigsvillo, Ohio. Curd-stirring machine 

Festi Charles P., Philadelphia, Pa., assignorto G. P. Farmer, New York, N. Y. Compound 

for and process of dyeing mother-of-pearl and other material 

Fetter, Jacob, et al. (See Inglis, Charles A., assignor.) 

Fetzer, James J., Columbiana, Ohio. Carriage-spring 

FourhaUe, Henry. (See Scott. Schaub, and Fenrbake.) 

I-'i-ust, Sigmimd, New York, N. Y. Bulling and polishing machine 

Feast, Sigmnnd, New York, N. Y. Buffing and polishing machine 

Fey. Loots, Cincinnati. Ohio. Flying-target 

Feyb, Hem y. assignorto Goodcll & Waters, Philadelphia, Pa. Mortising-machine 

Fichtenlierg, Werner, Now York, N. Y. Pin-holder for neck-wear shields 

Ficbtenberg, Werner "W., New York, N. Y. Neckwear hook 

Fichtner, Josef, assignor of one-half to G. Patek, Milwaukee, Wis. Hammock 

Fiobtner, Sebald. (See Blaacow and Fichtner.) 

FieUct t. Franklin H., and J. W. Reid, Chicago, 111. Folding or cabinet bath-tub 

Fickett, William S.. assignor of three-fifths \o W. R. Clark and H. C. Daniels, Rochester, 

N. Y. Preservative compound 

Fiokett, William S., assignor of three-fifths to W. R. Clark and H. C. Daniels, Rochester, 

X. Y. Culinary boiler. 

Ficks, Charles D! (Seo Frick, Charles E., assiguor.) 

Fidler, William, Topeka, Kans. Steam packing device 

Fieder, F. William, assignor to Pullman Door Check Company, Chicago, HI. Door-check . 

Fiedeile-in, Fredrick, New York, N. Y. Machine for cooling and mixing lard 

Fiedler, Emil J. (See Rummel and Fiedler.) 

Fiold, Albert D., Columbus, Ohio. Curtain-pole 

Field, Albert D., assignor of one-half to L. T. Strader, Columbus, Ohio. Packing-case for 
cornices 

Field, Albert D., assignor of one-half to L. T. Strader, Columbus, Ohio. Adjustable cor- 
nico 

Field. Benjamin P., Babylon, N. Y. Chimney-cap 

Field, Eenton J., Leaksvillo. N. C. Dental impression-cup 

Field & Co., J. A. (See Hedges, Isaac A., assignor.) 

Field, Frank W., Springfield, Mass. Envelope or other box 

Field, Frederic H.. Providence, R. I. Fire-alarm indicator and recorder 

Field, George B., New York, N. Y. Purifying, heatini, and condensing apparatus 

Field, Silas'M., and W. Halkyard, assignors to H. A. Church, Providence, R. I. Machine? 
for making roller-chain units. (Reissue) 5 

Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Printing-telegrapb 

Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Printing-telegraph 

Field. Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Speaking-telephone 

Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Eledric elevator 

Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. E'ectrical connector for railway-track circuits 

Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Receiving-instrument for quadruplex telegraphy . . . 

Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Printing-telegraph 

Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Alarm for printing telegraphs 

Field. Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Printing-telegraph 

Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Dynamo multiple telegraph 

Field, Stephen D., assignor to Commercial Telegram Company. New York, N. Y. Print- 
ing-telegraph and transmitter therefor 

Field, Stephen D., assignor to Commercial Telegram Company, New York, N. Y. Print- 
ing-telegraph 

Field, Stephen D., assignorto Commercial Telegram Company, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
tric transmitter 

Fiold, Stephen D., assignor to Commercial Telegram Company, New York, N. Y. Control- 
ling printing-circuits of printing-telegraphs 

in id. Stephen D., assignor to Commercial Telegram Company, New York, N. Y. Printing- 
telegraph 

Field, Stephen D., assignor to Commercial Telegram Company, New York, N. Y. Printing? 
telegraph $ 

Field, Stephen D., assignor to Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Dynamo-telegraphy 

Field, Stephen D., assignor to Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Dynamo-telegraphy '. 

Field, Stephen D., assignor to Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Dynamo-telegraphy 



No. 


Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


d 

Pi 
CO 


R 


i 


6 


272,869 


Feb. 27 


1643 


(459 
|460 


$23 


750 


272,870 
279,552 
279.553 
279,554 


Feb. 27 
June 19 
June 19 
Juno 19 


1644 
1184 
1185 
1186 


400 
327 
328 
328 


23 
23 
23 

23 


750 
2339 
2339 
2339 


278,661 


May 29 


2665 


729 


23 


2114 


270,185 
287,264 
288,417 
290,222 


Jan. 2 

Oct. 23 
Nov. 13 
Dec. 18 


419 

1879 
798 
1055 


122 
515 
216 
296 


23 

25 
25 
25 


85 
359 
655 

1089 


275,623 


Apr. 10 


993 


(268 
I 269 


J23 


1404 


277.124 
276,795 
276,016 
286.598 
271,618 
280,164 


May 8 
May 1 
Apr. 17 
Oct. 16 
Feb. 6 
June 26 


774 

342 

1478 

1030 

42 

1901 


203 

02 

408 

278 

10.11 

535 


23 

23 
23 
25 
23 
23 


1764 

1686 

1496 

203 

448 

2471 


279,235 
290,018 
288,785 


June 12 
Dec. 11 
Nov. 20 


773 

806 

1253 


213 
227 
344 


23 
25 

25 


2265 
1035 
741 


276,378 


Apr. 24 


1940 




23 


1582 


289,078 


Nov. 27 


1616 


447 


25 


813 


270,294 
272,871 
286,800 
281,855 
287.652 
274,924 
276,234 


Jan. 9 
Fob. 27 
Oct. 10 
July 24 
Oct. 30 
A pr. 3 
Apr. 24 


554 
1644 

1284 
1917 
2386 
47 
1751 


163 
400 
34 7 
524 
044 
12 
485 


23 
23 
25 
24 
25 
23 
23 


118 
750 
248 
353 
403 
1233 
1550 


281,255 


July 17 


1149 


317 


24 


216 


285,350 


Sept. 18 


1452 




24 


1169 


285,351 


Sept. 18 


1453 


409 


24 


1169 


276,379 
270,044 
280,025 


Apr. 24 
Jan. 2 
June 20 


1941 
256 
1750 


537 

74 

491 


23 
23 
23 


1582 

52 

2443 


277,253 


May 8 


927 


(248 
£249 


J23 


1791 


269,927 


Jan. 2 


123 


37 


23 


26 


274,444 
289,636 
274,299 


Mar. 20 
Dec. 4 

Mar. 20 


1551 
329 
1357 


425 

91 

372 


23 
25 
23 


1116 

945 

1082 


290,223 
288.221 
272,831 


Dee. 18 

Nov. 13 
Feb. 20 


1057 

529 

1568 


297 
147 
441 


25 
25 
23 


1090 
609 
731 


10,326 


May 15 


1054 


( 450 
}451 


J23 


1924 


274,300 

274,748 
275,178 
275,179 
275,180 
275,181 
279,729 


Mar. 20 
Mar. 27 
Apr. 3 
Apr. 3 
Apr. 3 
Apr. 3 
Juno 19 


1358 
1934 
382 
383 
385 
386 
1385 


373 
538 
106 
106 
100 
100 
386 


23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 


1082 
1191 
1292 
1292 
1203 
1293 
2373 


279,730 


Juno 19 


1380 


(386 
\ 387 


J23 


2374 


279,865 


June 19 


1542 


4J1 


23 


2401 


288,786 


Nov. 20 


1256 


(344 
1 345 


|25 


741 


287,265 


Oct. 23 


1881 


515 


25 


300 


287,266 


Oct. 23 


1883 


515 


25 


300 


287,267 


Oct. 23 


1883 


515 


25 


360 


290,556 


Dec. 18 


1500 


414 


25 


1166 


290,557 


Dec. 18 


1502 


414 


25 


1166 


290,635 


Dec. 18 


1602 


(439 
\ 440 


J25 


1182 


282,294 


July 31 


2470 


681 


24 


452 


282,295 


July 31 


2476 


681 


24 


452 


282,290 


July 31 


2478 


682 


24 


453 



108 



INDEX, OF PATENTS, ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Held, Stephen D., assignor to "Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. T. 

Dynamo-electric machine for printing-telegraphs 

Field Tack Company, Albert. (See Packard, Henry R., assignor.) 
Field Tack Company, Albert. (See Packard and Wilber, assignors.) 

Field, "WallaceL., "West De Pere, Wis. Machine for trussing barrels 



Field, Wallace L.. West De Pere, Wis. Machine for finishing barrels 

Fieldhouse, Joseph, Keighley, county of York, England. Changeable last 

Fielding, Daniel M., Decatur, 111. Bench-plane 

Fields, George F., et al (See Pfautz, Daniel M, assignor.) 
Fieser, John B. (See Neif, Enders, and Fieser.) 

Fiester, John C, assignor to J. Shaaber, Reading, Pa. "Weather-strip 

Fiester, John V. , Cambridge, Ohio. Bed-spring 

Fife, James T., Corning, andL. E. Mercer, Lenox, Iowa ; said Fife assignor to said Mercer. 

Bee-hive - 

Fife, Kinsey, and J. N. Pickenpaugh. Morgantown, W. Va. Car-stove 

Fifield, John "W. D., North Brooktield, Mass. Machine for the manufacture of crimping- 

forms 

Fifield, John "W. D., North Brookfiehl, assignor to A. H. Batcheller, Boston, Mass. Last. . 

Figge, Augustus, No. 14 Baker Street, county of Middlesex, England. Water-wheel 

Fildos, Samuel. (See Drew, William H., assignor.) 

File. John C, assignor of one-half to J. B. Belcher, Charlotte, Mich. Felt boot 

Filkins, James L., Waterville, N. Y. Flop-drier 

Fillebrown, Luther W., Piqua, Ohio. Combined harrow and cultivator 

Fillis. George N, New York, N. Y. Watchman's time-recorder 

Fillmore, James A., Minneapolis, Minn. Spring-balance shade 

Filson, Jacob H., et. al. (See Wright and Bechter, assignors.) 

Filson, Samuel J.. Maysville, Ky. Car-coupling 

Finch, Edward B., New York, N. Y. Top for stoves 

Finch, James B., San Jose, Cal. Arithmetical chart 

Finch, James P. (See Conner and Finch.) • 

Finch, Robert S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Fire-alarm 

Finck, Nicholas. (See Morris and Finck.) 
Findlay, Charles F. (See Miller and Findlay.) 

Findlay, Charles F., and D. J. Miller, Chicago, 111. Traction-rope railway 

Findlay, James, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Rail-dog 

Findlay, John, Moutreal, Quebec, Canada. Car wheel and axle 

Finlay , Leonard, Little Rock, Ai k. Car-truck 

Finger. Carl W., Wilkes-Ban 6, Pa. Reversing and expansion valve-gear 

Fink, Jacob, and T. B. Branson, assignors to G. Bernhard, Defiance, Ohio. Commode 

Finkensieper, Charles, et al. (See Lindner, Ferdinand, assignor.) 

Finly, James R.. Delphi, assignor to R. Coble, Carroll County, Ind. Hame-fastener 

Finn, Clark. (See Finn, Henry H. and C.) 

Finn, Henry H. and C, Elkdale, Pa. Hoo 

Finn, John L., Elyria, Ohio. Lightning-arrester 

Finn, John L., Elyria, assignor of one-half to J. F. Ryder, Cleveland, Ohio. Oil-tank pro- 
tector 

Finn, Peter J. (See Donahoe and Finn.) 

Finney Electric Light & Telegraph Company. (See Finney. Joseph R., assignor.) 

Finney, Henry E., Las Yegas, N. Mex. Ter. Device for medical treatment of the male uri- 
nary organs 

Finney, Joseph R , Pittsburg, assignor to himself and T. B. Kerr, Allegheny city, Pa. 
Electric vehicle 

Finney, Joseph R , Pittsburg, assignor to himself and T. B. Kerr, Allegheny city, Pa. 
Electric mallet 

Finney, Joseph R., assignor to Finney Electric Light <fe Telegraph Company, (limited,) 
Pittsburg, Pa. Electric-arc lamp 

Finney, Joseph R., assignor to Finney Electric Light and Telegraph Company, (limited,) 
Pittsburg, Pa. Electric-arc lamp 

Finney, Joseph R., assignor to Finney Electric Light and Telegraph Company, (limited,) 
Pittsburg, Pa. Electric-arc lamp 

Finney, Joseph R., Pittsburg, assignor to himself and T. B. Kerr, Allegheny, Pa. Pro- 
pelling cars by electricity 

Finnigan, John J., Selma, Ala. Safety oil-tank 

Finstorer, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Chamber-pot and cover 

Fire Proof Building Company of New Jersey. (See Meeker, Frederick "W., assignor.) 

Firm . Joseph L., Jersey City, N. J. Plate-rack for stereotype-blocks 

Firman, Leroy B., assignor to Western Electric Company, Chicago, Iil. Central-office ap- 
paratus for telephones ." 

Fischer, Albert, Detroit, Mich. Oar-coupling 

Fischer, Ernst, Hallc-on-the-Saale, Prussia, Germany. Pen-holder 

Fischer, Eugen, assignor to Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius <fe Briining, Hoehston- 
the-Main, Germany. Production of paranitrobenzylideno chloride 

Fischer, Eugen, assignor to Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Luoius & Briining, Hochst-on- 
the-Main, Germany. Manufacture of the nitro-leuco base of rosaniline 

Fischer, Fi ansz J., Hamilton, Ohio. Guide for ice plows and markers 

Fischer, George, Quincy, 111. Refrigerator 

Fischer, Nicholas, Cincinnati, Ohio. Flying target 

Fischer, Nicholas, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ball-trap 

Fischer, Otto, Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Preparing oxyqninob'ne 

Fischer, Otto, Munich, assignor to Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius & Briining, Hochst- 
on-the-Maiu, Germany. Preparing oxyhydro-ethyl chinolino 

Fischer, Otto, Munich, assignor to Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius & Briining, Hochst- 
on-tho-Main, Germany. Preparation of oxyhydro-methyl chinoline 

Fischer, Wilhclm, Leipsic, Saxony, Germany. ' Pianoforte 

Fischer, Wilholm M., New York, N. Y. Filtering apparatus 

Fischer, William M., New York, N. Y. Candle-holder for Christmas-trees 

Fischl, Josof. (See Klein, Josef, assignor.) 

Fish, Alexander J., Chicago, HI. Device for ornamenting cake 

Fish, Arthur L., San Francisco, Cal. Machine for pulverizing ores, &c 

Fish, Charles, Manchester, N. H. Side-spring vehiclo 

Fish, Frank P. (See Carscadin and Fish.) 

Fish, George W., Pecatonica, HI. Check -hook for harness 



No. 



282,297 



283,476 

283,477 
283,587 
277,556 



285,024 
279,731 

271,197 
287,268 

281,856 
288,934 
271,824 

279,482 
285,246 
273.697 
273,351 
281,4fc0 

274,749 
286,536 
275,475 

285,983 



281,256 

285,352 
285,984 
282.510 
288,787 
290,983 

276,963 

285,604 
273,049 

290,558 



281,043 

270,186 

270,187 

271,576 

275,182 

275,183 

28^,353 
290.559 

283,588 

283,876 

283,334 
275.814 
278,697 

278,926 

283,766 
287,428 
274,750 
281,183 
281,356 
270,045 

273,498 

276,796 
275,759 
290,019 
270.771 

279,555 
287,653 
287,918 

270,406 



Date. 



July 31 



Aug. 21 

Aug. 21 
Aug. 21 
May 15 



Sept. 18 
June 19 

Jan. 23 
Oct. 23 

July 24 
Nov. 20 
Feb. 6 

June 12 
Sept. 18 
Mar. 6 
Mar. 6 
July 17 

Mar. 27 
Oct. 9 
Apr. 10 

Oct. 2 



July 17 

Sept. 18 
Oct. 2 
Aug. 7 
Nov. 20 
Dec. 25 

May 1 

Sept. 25 
Feb. 27 

Dec. 18 



July 10 

Jan. 2 

Jan. 2 

Jan. 30 

Apr. 3 

Apr. 3 

Sept. 18 
Dec. 18 
Aug. 21 

Aug. 28 

Aug. 14 
Apr. 17 
June 5 

June 5 



Monthly 
volume. 



Aug. 


28 


Oct. 


30 


Mar. 


27 


July 


10 


July 


17 


Jan. 


2 


Mar. 


6 


May 


1 


Apr. 


10 


Dec. 


11 


Jan. 


16 



June 19 
Oct. 30 
Nov. 6 

Jan. 9 



2482 



1218 

1219 
1350 

1292 



1074 
1387 

1693 

1885 

1918 
1433 
289 

1092 

1337 

585 

147 

1434 

1936 
942 
806 

253 



1150 

1454 
254 
40 
1261 
2064 

563 

1767 
1855 

1503 



420 



682 



C 342 

$343 

343 

377 

347 



300 
387 

489 
516 

524 

394 

79 

301 
376 
156 
41 
392 

539 
254 
218 



C 317 
i 318 

409 
72 
12 

345 
568 



500 
520 



415 



241 
152 



422 


122 


2173 


626 


389 


107 


390 


107 


1454 
1505 
1350 


410 
415 
377 


1701 


479 


1038 
1244 

27 


291 
342 

8 


387 




1574 

2085 
1937 
1046 
1273 
257 


566 
539 
289 
353 


326 




343 

1165 

807 

1171 


319 
227 
335 


1187 

2387 

162 


328 

644 

47 


701 


207 



Official 
Gazette. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



109 



Name, residence, and invontion. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Fish, Joseph G. (See Gibson and Fish.) 

Fish, Mvron. (See Brisht, Richard A., Jr., assignor.) 

Fish, Sidell E., Greenpovt, N. Y. Dental impression-cup 

Fish, Simon W, Hicksville, Ohio. Portable f< nco 

Fishel, Emanuel, Salem, N. C. Vegetable-cutter 

Fisher, Albert L. (See Snyder, David, assignor.) 

Fisher. Alfred A., and A. Hart, assignors to Pacific Tucking and Manufacturing Company, 

San Francisco, Cal. Tucker attachment for sewing-machines 

Fisher, Alvin L. (See Whitaker, Richard, assignor.) 

Fisher, Amos B., Caribou, Me. Saw-filing machine 

Fisher. Asahel H., assignor of one-half to W. C. Turner, Philadelphia, Pa. Friction-com- 
pressor lor di edging-machines, &o 

Fisher, Bernard, deceased; H. Wich, administratrix, and assignor to C. "Wich, Baltimore, 
Md. Vapor-burner 

Fisher, Bevly A., St. James, Mo. Car-coupling 

Fisher, Charles A. (See Wright and Fisher.) 

Fisher, Cicero, Temperance Hall, Tenn. Fish-trap 

Fisher, Clark, Trenton, N. J. Vise 

Fisher, Clark, Trenton, N. J. Railway-tie 

Fisher, Clark, Trenton, and E. R. Soliiday, Lambertvillo, N. J., assignors to Union Mills 
Paper Manufacturing Company, New Hope, Pa. Apparatus for making paper felt, wad- 
dins, or lining 

Fisher, Edward D. (Seo Hull, Albert T., assignor.) 

Fisher, Edward D., Wooster, Ohio. Metal hame-fastening 

Fisher, Edward D., assignor of one-half to G. B. Miller, Wooster, Ohio. Horse-collar- 
throat 

Fisher, Edward F., Strawu, assignor to himself and J. E. Davis, Bloomington, 111. Nut- 
lock 

Fishor Electric Company. (See Bain, Foree, assignor.) 

Fisher. Enos, Adamsborougli, Ind. Sled-brake 

Fisher, George A., New Vork, assignor to Abeudroth Brothers, Port Chester, N. V. Ash- 
chnte 

Fisher, George F., St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. Lantern 

Fisher, Israel. (See Gassett and Fisher.) 

Fisher. Israel, Medford, assignor to New England Electric Manufacturing Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Dynamo-electric generator i 

Fisher, Jesse. (See Kaylor and Fisher.) 

Fisher. John W. , See Lowe, Thomas, assignor.) 

Fisher, Joseph II.. Deerfield, III. Car-door lock 

Fisher, Joseph H, Deerriold. 111. Car-door lock 

Fisher, Lucius G., Jr. (See Altenbrand, Henry,_assignor.) 

Fisher, Noble A., Sacramento. Cal. Moving street-cars on curves 

Fisher, Timothy L.. Arlington, Mass. Easel 

Fisher, W. Frank B , Springfield, Ohio. Cut-off for conductors 

Fisher. William C, assignor of one-half to C. E. and F. Fuller, Boston, Mass. Circuit- 
closer for burglar-alaiTUS 

Fisher, William D., Chicago. 111. Sofa-bed 

Fisher, William L., Bay City. Mich. Car-coupling 

Fislierlrack, Augustus, Marion, Ind. Sulky-plow 

Fishering. Georso W., Allegheny, Pa. Spring bed bottom 

Fishkill, Manufacturing Company. (See Everett, Sidney J., assignor.) 

Fishman, Milford, Washington, D. C. Drawers, overalls, and pantaloons 

Fishwick, James, Mainville, Ohio. Hand crimping-tool 

Fishwiek, Richard. (See Lee, Joseph, assignor.) 

Fisk, Clark & Flagg. (See Flagc, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Fisk & Co., D. B. (See Mavnard. Henry 0., assignor.) 

Fisk, GeorgeC, Dansville. N. Y. Anti-incrnstafion attachment for boilers 

Fisk, George S.. and H. K. Vergason, Binghamton, N. Y. ; said Vergason assignor to said 
Fisk. Beehive 

Fisk. James. (Seo Ash and Fisk.) 

Fisk, John D., Hartford, Conn. Revolving guard for locomotive cow-catchers 

Fisk, Redford W.. Strong City, Kans. Tnick 

Fiske, Bradley A., New York, N. Y. Stock-indicator 

Fiske. Bradley A.. Newport. R. I., assignortoB. Hecht, New York, N.Y. Pencil or crayon 
holder 

Fiske, Bradley A., and S D. Molt, New York. N. Y. Insulator 

Fiske, Henry G.. Springfield. Mass. Fastening for electric-circuit wires 

Fiske, Jeremiah H . Medway, Me. Li King-jack .' 

Fiske, Joseph E., Jamestown, X. Y. Bolting-regulator 

Fitch. Arden S. (See Eichlins and Fitch.) 

Fitch, Byron S. (See Fitch. Calvin H, assignor.) 

Fitch, Calvin H., Middletown Springs, Vt., assignor ot one-half to B. S. Fitch, Richmond, 
Va. Spring lied bottom 

Fitch, Charles H. New Haven. Conn. Return-flue boiler 

Fitch Flee i iir Lighting and Const Miction Company. (See Fitch, Frederick K., assignor.) 

Tit' li. Ezra C. New York, N. Y. Watch-ease 

Fitch. E'ra C. assignor to Bobbins & Appleton, New York, N. Y. Watch-case 

Fitch, Frederick K . New York, N. Y., assignor to Fitch Electric Lighting and Construc- 
tion Company, of New York. Dvnamo-electric machine 

Fitch, Henry, Jr. (See Morse. E. FInt, assignor.) 

Fitch. Henry D.. Lebanon, Kv. Apparatus for making gas 

Fitch, Lauren M., assignor of one-half to M. M. Davis, Rome, N. Y. Buckboard-wagon... 

Fitch. Nancy M.. assignor to S. Fitch. Auburn, N. Y. Kiln for firing pottery, &c 

Fitch. Sarah II., el al. (See Filch, William E., assignor.) 

Fitch. Steams. (See Fitch, Nancv M.. assignor.) 

Fitch, W. & E. T. (SeeBeecher, Thomas, assignor.) 

Fitch. W. & E. T (See Northrup, George B., assignor.) 

Fitch, Wheeier W., Honeove Falls, N. Y. Car coupling 

Fitch, William E., assignor to F. C. Howlett and S. H. Fitch, Syracuse, N. Y. Water or 
air pillow 

Fitch. William L.. assignor to D. H. Fletcher, trustee, Chicago, HI. Air-supply to the 
feed-water for steam-boilers .' 



273 833 

285,882 
285,985 



278,422 
290,875 

285,883 

282,820 
285,247 

279,556 
282,975 
285,986 



286,287 

288,322 

288,562 

283,092 

280,165 

273,499 
278,927 

280,301 



279,732 
288,988 

289,904 
278,116 
269,821 

279,483 
273,352 
283,991 

283,877 
275,476 

283,992 
271,052 



285,248 

273,674 

288,788 
290,020 
285,805 

272,948 
286.801 
271,825 
273,050 
270,169 



274,925 
270,212 

277,865 
289,340 

285,249 

271,231 

270,879 
281,625 



277,698 
283,767 
285,884 



Mar. 13 
Oct. 2 
Oct. 2 



May 29 
Dec. 25 

Oct. 2 

Aug. 7 
Sept. 18 

Juno 19 
Aug. 14 
Oct. 2 

Oct. 9 

Nov. 13 

Nov. 13 

Aug. 14 

June 26 

Mar. 6 
June 5 

June 26 



June 19 
Nov. 27 

Dec. 11 
May 22 
Dec. 11 

June 12 
Mar. 6 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 
Apr. 10 

Aug. 28 
Jan. 23 



Sept. 18 

Mar. 6 

Nov. 20 

Dec. 11 

Oct. 2 

Feb. 27 

Oct. 16 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 27 

Apr. 24 



Apr. 3 
Jan. 9 

May 15 
Nov. 27 

Sept. 18 

Jan. 30 
Jan. 16 
July 17 



May 15 
Aug. 28 
Oct. 2 



768 
132 
254 



2376 
1912 

133 

412 
1337 

1188 
590 
255 

647 
662 
972 
736 

1902 

327 

387 

2074 



1388 
1502 

669 

1954 

559 

1093 
149 

1841 
1701 
807 

1842 
1513 



1338 

558 

1262 
808 
27 



1740 
1284 
290 
1850 
1673 



48 
461 

1650 
1927 

1339 

1732 
1294 
1010 



1453 

1574 

134 



208 
38 

72 



649 

C527 
$528 

38 

116 
376 

329 
166 

72 



172 

183 

267 

206 

535 

89 
106 



387 
416 



535 

157 

302 
41 
519 
480 
218 

C519 

$520 

436 



377 
148 

345 

227 
9,10 



347 

80 

520 

462 



13 
134 

450 
535 

377 

501 
373 

440 



392 

445 

38 



23 
25 

25 



23 
J25 

25 

24 
24 

23 

24 
25 



25 
25 
25 
24 
23 

23 

23 



23 
25 

25 

23 
25 

23 
23 
24 
24 
23 

[24 
23 



24 



25 
25 
25 

23 

25 
23 
23 
23 



23 
23 

23 
25 

24 

23 
23 
24 



23 
24 
25 



110 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Fitcbbnrg Steam Engine Company. (See Fosdick, Frederick, assignor.) 

Fitt, Frederick, Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. Detachable watch-escapement 

Fitt, Frederick, Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. Full-plate watch and time-piece movement 

Fitton, James. (See Ludlow, Samuel W., assignor.) 

Fitts, Benaiah, Worcester Mass. Three-way, valve .....' 

Fitts, Benaiah, and J. F. "Wilson, Worcester,' Mass. Rotary meter 

Fitts, George W., Philadelphia, Pa. Spring-motor 

Fitts, Leverett E.- (See Foster, William G., assignor.) 
Fitz, John, et al. (See Harvey, John, assignor.) 
Fitzberger, John. (See Fitzberger, Thomas F. and J.) 

Fitzberger, Thomas F. and J., Baltimore, Md. Metallic roofing 

Fitz-Gerald, Desmond G., Brixton, county of Surrey, England. Incandescent electric lamp 
Fitz Gerald, Walter H., assignor of one-half to W. M. Dwyer, Chicago, 111. Pitcher-stand 

Fitz Gerald, Walter H., and G. C. Smith, Chicago, HI. Dust-proof watch-case 

Fitzgerald, Anna M., executrix. (See Fitzgerald. John.) 

Fitzgerald, John, deceased, Brooklyn, N. Y.; A. M. Fitzgerald, executrix. Grinding-mill 

Fitzgerald, Michael J., Fort Wingate, N. Mex. Ter. Gage-cock 

Fitzgerald, Rufus, Nashua, N. H. Machine for cutting holes through ice 

Fitzgerald, Walter S., Boston, Mass. Skiving-machine 

Fitzgibbons, Patrick, Oswego, N. T. Steam-boiler 

Fitzgibbons, Patrick, Oswego, If. Y. Steam-boiler 

Fitzhugh, Benjamin G., Frederick, Md. Fare-collector for passenger-cars 

Fitzpatrick, Annie M. (See Fitzpatrick, Michael, assignor.) 

Fitzpatrick, James B., Wheeling, W. Va. Lifter for cooking utensils 

Fitzpatrick, Michael, assignor to A. M. Fitzpatrick, St. Louis, Mo. Brick-making ma- 
chine - 

Fitzroy, Alfred, Brooklyn, N. T. Safety appliance for elevators 

Fitzsimmons, Laurence, Allegheny, Pa. Dumping-car 

Fitzsimmons, Michael, et al. (See Vincent, John, Jr., assignor.) 

Fix, James M., Bird's Landing, Cal. Gang-plow 

Flach, Arthur B., New York,N. Y. Safety-gate. (Reissue) 

Flad, Frederick, Philadelphia, Pa. Cigar-tip cutter 

Flad, Henry, St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for sprinkling streets 

Flagg, George H. P., trustee. (See Coy, Frederick W., assignor.) 

Flagg, J. Walter, Worcester, Mass. Automatic cash-carrier 

Flagg, Joseph W., Worcester, Mass. Automatic cash-carrier 

Flagg, Joseph W., Worcester, Mass. Automatic cash-carrier 

Flagg, Lafayette, Bunker Hill, Ind. Snap for harness 

Flagg, Thomas J., assignor to Fisk, Clark & Flagg, New York, N. Y. Scarf-shield 

Flammang, Mathias, Newark, N. J. Camera 

Flammang, Mathias, Newark, N. J. Plate-holder for photographic cameras 

Flammang, Mathias, Newark, N. J. Photographic camera 

Flammang, Mathias, Newark, N. J. Plate-holder for photographic cameras 

Flammang, Mathias, Newark, N. J. Stand for photographic cameras 

Flammang, Mathias, Newark, N. J. Photographic camera 

Flammger, Fred, and C. O. Sobinski; saidSobinski assignor to G. Frey, St. Louis, Mo. In- 
dex-tab 

Flanders, Albert W. (See Bonett, Gilfillan, and Flanders.) 

Flanders, Frederick. (See Woodward, Stephen, assignor.) 

Flanders, James, Augusta, Me. Automatic piling device for printing-presses 

Flanders, Peter, Lowell, Mass. Stave-machine 

Flanders, Timothy B. (See Buttrick and Flanders.) 

Flanigan, George B., Kansas City, Mo. Hog-hoisting apparatus 

Flanigan, Mark, et al. (See Hinden, Mathias J., assignor.) 

Flannagan, John D., assignor of one-half to B. V. Sowders, Kosse, Tex. Feed-governor 

for cotton-gins 

Flannery, D. F. (See Reidy, Maurice A., assignor.) 

Flannery, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. Furnace 

Flasschoen, Charles I., Paris, France. Manufacture of medicated food 

Flather, Mark, Nashua, N. H. Hand renming-machine 

Flathers, William M., Sumner, Minn. Plow 

Fleck. John, Louisville, Ky. Life-saving apparatus for privy- vaults 

Floisher, Moyer, Philadelphia, Pa. Tank 

Fleming, Caughey S., Shelbyville, Tnd. Hinge for toilet-glasses and mirrors 

Fleming, John A., Hampste'ad, county of Middlesex, England. Preparation or production 

of insulating materials or articles 

Fleming, John E., Chicago, HI. Oil-stove 

Fleming, Jonathan, Madison, Ind. Road-scraper 

Fleming, Joseph B. (See Loughead and Fleming.) 
Fleming, Robert S. (See Dobyne and Fleming.) 

Floming, Thomas, South Bend, Ind . Lock for top boxes of wagons 

Fleming, Thomas, assignor of one-half to J. C. Paxon, South Bend, Hid. End-gate 

Fleming, William B. (See Haskell and Fleming.) 

Flemming, John H., Dundee, Mich. Thill-coupling 

Flenniken, Theodore M., deceased, (W. McGregor, administrator,) assignor to N. C. Thomp- 
son, Rockford, HI. Cultivator 

Fletcher, Charles, Providence, R. I. Machine for combing wool, &c 

Fletcher, Charles, Brooklyn, N. Y. Silk-spinning machine - 

Fletcher, D. H., trustee. (Sec Fitch, William L., assignor.) 

Fletcher, Elmer, Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic swinging stand and rest 

Fletcher, Frank T. (See Clark, David A., assignor.) 

Fletcher, Frederick V., Brooklyn, N. Y. Guard for closing the hinge-crevices of doors. . . 

Fletcher, George E., Lampasas, Tex. Wind-engine 

Fletcher, Gertrude N., Indianapolis, Ind. Library-table 

Fletcher, James S., Chicago, 111. Motor 

Fletcher, John P., New York, N. Y. Rotary engine 

Flctchor, John W. (See Garver and Varian, assignors.) 

Fletcher, Joseph, Livemiore, Cal. Cigar and cigarette holder 

Fletcher, Robert H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Valve-gear 



No. 



281,757 
281,758 

272,421 
281,257 
271,232 



277,254 
286,016 
282,875 
287,919 

285,777 
289,637 
286,599 
287,813 
274,301 
290,762 

289,341 

280,596 

272,224 
289,905 
273,051 

285,885 

10,342 

276,964 

288,222 

283,768 
274,302 
277,892 
281,857 
288,169 
271,443 
271,826 
278,788 
280,166 
282,182 
283,589 

277,836 



273,052 
270,772 

272,422 



279,367 

270,773 
287,429 
273,976 
287.814 
270,295 
284,402 
290,021 

284,289 
273,717 

279,368 



272,832 
271,198 

274,751 

273,673 
271,325 

286,802 

285,119 

274,303 
275,032 
283,386 
277,893 
289,822 

282,183 
286,803 



Date. 



July 24 

July 24 

Feb. 20 

July 17 

Jan. 30 



May 8 
Oct. 16 
Aug. 7 
Nov. 6 

Sept. 25 
Dec. 4 
Oct. 16 
Nov. 6 
Mar. 20 
Dec. 25 

Nov. 27 



July 3 

Feb. 13 
Dec. 11 
Feb. 27 

Oct. 2 
June 19 
May 1 
Nov. 13 

Aug. 28 
Mar. 20 
May 22 
July 24 
Nov. 6 
Jan. 30 
Feb. 6 
June 5 
June 26 
July 31 
Aug. 21 

May 15 



Feb. 27 
Jan. 16 



Feb. 20 



June 12 

Jan. 16 
Oct. 30 
Mar. 13 
Nov. 6 
Jan. 9 
Sept. 4 
Dec. 11 

Sept. 4 
Mar. 13 

June 12 



Feb. 20 
Jan. 23 

Mar. 27 

Mar. 6 
Jan. 30 

Oct. 16 

Sept. 18 

Mar. 20 
Apr. 3 
Aug. 21 
May 22 
Dec. 11 

July 31 
Oct. 16 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



1792 
1794 

1057 
1152 
1734 



928 
1432 
481 
163 

1993 
330 
1030 
28 
1360 
1774 

1928 



311 

794 
670 

1857 

135 

1587 
564 
531 

1575 

1361 

1688 

1921 

463 

2009 

291 

152 

1903 

2348 

1351 

1615 



1858 
1172 



1059 



954 

1173 
2086 
941 
29 
556 
298 
809 

162 
610 



1570 
1695 

1939 

556 
1852 
1285 



1187 

1363 
202 
1112 

1689 
560 

2349 

1287 



489 
(489 
}490 

297 
318 
502 



249 

393 

135 

47 



564 
92 
279 
9 
373 
490 
535 
536 



C53 

}53 



87 

221 

187 
521 

38 
444 
147 
148 

445 
373 
460 
525 
129 
579 
80 
45 
536 
647 
378 

440 



521 
335 

(297 
J 298 



265 
336 



259 
9,10 
163 
84 
227 



164 

(265 
}2G6 



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489 

539 

148 

537 

(317 

i 348 

333 

373 

54 
314 
461 
157 

647 
348 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Ill 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Fletcher, Samuel J., San Francisco, Cal. Suspension-hook 

Fletcher, Thomas P., Lawrence, Kans. Vegetable and fruit canning machine 

Fletcher, Thomas P., Lawrence, Kans. Corn busker 

Fletcher, William H. (See Krings, Frediich P.. assignor.) 

Fletter, Henry, assignor of one half to D. Lilienfeld, Kalamazoo, Mich. Nut-lock 

Fletter, Henry, assignor of one-half to G. ©e La Bar, Kalamazoo, Mich. Non-freezing hy- 



drant 



Floury, Georges. Rennes, France. Apparatus for purifying alcoholic liquors 

Flewwelling, Gilford, and G. J. Harris, Hampton, New Brunswick, Canada. Machine fori 
sawing match-cards - J 

Flewwellins, Gilford, and G. J. Harris, Hampton, New Brunswick, Canada. Match-saw- 
ing machino - 

Flickingcr, Henry F., Bucyrus, Ohio. Railway cross-tie 

Fliokinger, William J., Columbiana, Ohio. Window-pole for curtains 

Flinn. William H, Nashua, N. H. Door lock 

Flinn, William H., Nashua, N. H. Key-fastener 

Flinn, William H , Nashua, N. H. Key- fastener 

Flint. Alvah S. (See Martin and Flint.) 

Flint, Benjamin F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Time-lock 

Flint, Benjamin F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Time-lock 

Flint, Benjamin F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Time-lock 

Flint, Edward, Jr., assignor to American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. Electric 
annunciator 

Flint. Edward, Jr., Boston, assignor to himself, 0. Williams, Jr., Somerville, Mass., and J. 
K. Dnnbar, San Antonio, Tex. Plug for electrical switch-boards , 

Flint, Ezra B.. Adrian. Mich. Step ladder 

Flocke, Robert, Newark, N.J. Bag or satchel lock 

Flocke, Robert, Newark, N. J., assignor to R. Neumann &Co., New York, NY. Satchel- 
lock 



Flocker, Frank J., Allegheny City, Pa. Siphon for vessels 

Flood, James H.. aud H. F. Knoder, Cardington, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Flood, Richard J., and J. Richardson, Pittsburg, Pa. Bung for barrels 

Flora, Orlando V., Madison. Ind. Ladder 

Florence Manufacturing Company. (Seo Estabrook. Alanson C, assignor.) 

Florskeim, Simon, et al (See Gardner, Marshall, assignor.) 

Flos, Charles, New York, N. Y. Attachment of window-shades to rods which are used 

with their free ends 

Flott, George W., and J. Overacker, Danforth, HI. Corn-planter check-rower 

Flower, James, Detroit, Mich. Pump-valve 



Flower, Richard C. (See Willis, Henry T.. assignor.) 

Flowers. William J.. Rondo, Mo. Cultivator 

Floyd, Halleck. assignor of one-half to G. W. Champ, Dublin, Ind. Saw-buck 

Floyd, Halleck, assignor to Dublin Agricultural Company, Dublin, Ind. Feed-cutter 

Flubart, Zacchous F. (See Sealarner^ John, assignor.) 

Flunimerfelt, Daniel A.. Delaware Station, N. J. Hand-planter 

Flynn, George F., Pantego, N. C. Double harrow 

Flynn, Robert D , Danville. Va. Crate for transportation of window and plate glass 

Flynn, William R., Bordentown, N. J. Combined sewiDg-machine cover and chair 

Flvnn, William V., assiguorof one-half to 0. C.King, Morristown, Tenn. Lifting-jack and 
spike and stump puller 

Foakes, Edward, assignor to G. Hopkins, Cardiff, England. Car-brake 

Fobes, Anna P., Syracuse, N. Y. Invalid-bed 

Fockler, Charles. (See Hopkins and Fockler.) 

Foerster, Emanuel, New York, N. Y. Insert ible diamond saw-tooth 

Foci sler, Emanuel, New York, N. Y. Inserting diamonds in steel saw-teeth, bits, &o 

Foerster, Friedrich W., Burlington, Iowa. Reversible plow 



Fogarty, Thomas B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for making ammonia 

Fogarty, Thomas B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for manufacturing ammo- 



Fogg, Charles F., et al. (Seo Clark, Albert M., assignor.) 
Fogg, George S. (See Hall and Fogg.) 

Fogg, Leonard C, assignor of one third to W. H. H. Hinds, Kennebunkport, Me. Feath- 
ering paddle-wheel 

FoglerR. Bruce. (See Benson and Fogle.) 

Foglesong, Washington, Dayton. Ohio. Collar-stuffing machine 

Foglosong, Washington, Dayton, Ohio. Machine for blocking horse-collars 

Folant, Jacob, assignor of one-half to J. A. Noble, Rolling Prairie, Ind. Vehicle-axle 



Foldberg, Thomas. (Sec Black, David F., assignor.) 

Foley, -lames, Brooklyn. X. Y. Cistern attachment for water-closets 

Foley, James, assignor to F. Adee. Brooklyn, N. Y. Water-closet 

Foley, Patrick, assignor to F. Phinney, Boston, and W. A. Frost, Cambridgeport, Mass. 
Shoe 

Foley, William T , Southington. Conn. Chain 

Folk, Moses, et at. (See Hill, James F., assignor.) 

Follansbee, George S., Chailestown, Mass. Drop-wire for warping-machines 

Follausbce, Geonre S.. Chailestown. Mass. Mechanical movement 

Follett, Charles H. (See Dowlinji, Robert H., assignor.) 

Follctt, Edward P., Rochester, N.'Y. Sheetmetal can 

Folmcr, John, assignor of one-half to J. M. Davis, Pomeroy, Ohio. Corn planter and drill 
combined 

Folmor, John F., Philadelphia, Pa. Gland for surface-condenser tubes 

Folmer, John F., Philadelphia. Pa. Screw-propeller 

Folmer, John J., and 0. E. Bradley, San Jose. Cal. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Folsom, Andrew, Warren, assignor to himself and W. D. Hilton, Providence, R. I. Ma- 
chine for sawing stone 

Folsom, J. Augustus, Boston, Mass. Thill-lug 

Folsom, John S. (See Folsom, Nehemiah T., assignor.) 

Folsom, Nehemiah T., assignor to J. S. Folsom, Boston, Mass. Dust-pan 



No. 



279,236 
276,380 
287,269 

277,474 

287,815 
286,126 

272,675 



290,560 
283,230 
285.886 
272.037 
279,930 
290,876 



276,381 
276,382 

276,383 

283,590 

279.557 
271,619 
287,114 

279.733 
290.561 

288,789 
270,942 
285,605 



280.191 
289,906 

276,170 

284,403 
274,304 
288,170 

273,977 
275.374 
271,827 
278,117 

277,894 
273,053 
270,046 

273,054 
279,369 

2a3,387 
288,323 

288,324 



279,558 

275,624 
283,878 

288,563 



292,876 
272,539 

282,184 
274,752 

278,327 
283,591 

277,255 

289,342 
277.557 
283,592 
284,198 

274,926 
269,843 



Date. 



June 12 
Apr. 24 
Oct. 23 

May 15 

Nov. 6 
Oct. 2 

Feb. 20 

Dec. . 18 
Aug. 14 
Oct. 2 
Feb. 13 
June 26 
Dec. 25 

Apr. 24 
Apr. 24 

Apr. 24 

Aug. 21 

June 19 
Feb. 6 
Oct. 23 

June 19 
Dec. 18 
Nov. 20 
Jan. 23 
Sept. 25 



Oct. 
Dec. 



Apr. 24 

Sept. 4 
Mar. 20 
Nov. 6 

Mar. 13 
Apr. 10 
Feb 6 

May 22 

May 22 
Feb. 27 

Jan. 2 

Feb. 27 
June 12 

Aug. 21 
Nov. 13 

Nov. 13 



June 19 

Apr. 10 

Aug. 28 

Nov. 13 



Aug. 7 
Feb. 20 

July 31 
Mar. 27 

May 29 
Aug. 21 

May 8 

Nov. 27 
May 15 
Aug. 21 
Sept. 4 



Apr. 
Jan. 



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Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



774 
1942 
18S6 

1191 

31 
424 

1376 



1506 

904 

137 

563 

1630 

1913 

1943 
1946 



1353 

1188 

44 

1691 

1389 
1507 
1263 
1382 
1768 



506 
671 

1673 



299 
1363 
464 

942 

666 

293 

1954 

1690 
1860 
257 

1862 
958 

1113 
663 

668 



1189 

994 
1703 

972 

482 
1202 

2350 
1940 

2255 
1354 

929 

1930 

129.', 

1355 

53 

50 
30 

2131 



213 
538 
516 

320 

10 
116 

1386 
i 387 

415 
252 
39 
152 
457 
528 

538 

538 

,538 

.539 

378 

329 

11 

463 

387 
416 
346 
399 
500 



139 

187 

C462 

i 463 

84 
374 
129 

259 

178 

80 

535 



461 
22 

523 

74 



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i 5S 



523 

266 

C314 

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83 

184 



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184 



329 

269 

480 

(267 

i 268 

135 
335 

647 
539 

618 
378 

249 

536 

347 

378 

15 

13 

10 

593 



23 
23 
25 

23 

25 

25 

?23 



25 
24 
25 
23 
23 
25 

23 
23 

?23 



24 

23 
23 
25 

23 
25 
25 
23 
24 



25 
25 

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23 
25 

23 

23 
23 
23 

23 

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23 

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25 



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23 
24 



24 
23 

24 
23 

23 
24 

23 

25 
23 
24 
24 

23 
23 

23 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Foltz, Moses, et al. (See Ganss, Henry, assignor.) 

Fonda, John, Battle Creek, Mich. Switch-block for railways 

Fontay ne, Charles, Jersey City, N. J. Magic lantern 

Fontneau, Frank. (See Simin8 and Cody, assignors.) 

Fontneau, Frank, North Attleborough, assignor to J. Etzensperger, Attleborough, Mass. 

Ornamental chain 

Foote, Ahram L., Fayette, Iowa. Stove-grate 

Foote, Edward B., Jr., New York, N. Y. "Wonder-camera 

Foote, Edward H., Somerville, Mass. Automatic book-mark 

Foote, Edward N. , Northampton, Mass. Metallic button 

Foote, Emerson, et al. (See Frisbmuth, William, assignor.) 

Foote, George F., Stamford, Conn. Process of and apparatus for preserving food 

Foote, J. Howard. (See Bernhardt, Louis, assignor.) 

Foote, J. Howard. (See Tyler, Aaron P., assignor.) 

Foote, James H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Thill-coupling. 

Foote, Theodore M., Brooklyn, N. T. Perforator 



Foote, Theodore M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Perforator for automatic telegraphs . 
Foote, Theodore M., New York, N. Y. Telegraphy „ 

Forbes, Isaac N., Lawrence County, Dak. Ter. Eotary engine ■ 



Forbes, Isaac N., LawTence County, Dak. Ter. Botary engine . 

Forbes, Isaac N., Lawrence County, Dak. Ter. Eotary engine . 

Forbes, Isaac N., Lawrence County, Dak. Ter. Botary engine . 

Forbes, Isaac N., Lawrence County, Dak. Ter. Botary engine 



Forbes, Isaac N., Lawrence County, Dak. Ter. Botary-engine locomotive. 



Forbes, James "W. , Cincinnati, Ohio. Manufacture of the extract of malt 

Forbes, John, and H. M. Williston. Halifax, Nova Scotia. Canada. Seal-lock 

Forbes, William D., assignor of one-half to B. P. Curtis, Bridgeport, Conn. Screw-thread- 
ing machine 

Forbes, William D., assignor of one-half to B. P. Curtis, Bridgeport, Conn. Screw-thread- 
ing machine 

Forbes, "William D., assignor of one-half to B. P. Curtis, Bridgeport, Conn. Screw thread- 
ing machine 

Forbes, William D., assignor of one-half to B. P. Curtis, Bridgeport, Conn. Batehet- 



WTench 



Forbes, "William H. (See Osborne, John W., assignor.) 

Forbis, Harbert K.. Columbus, Ohio. Protector for the heels of boots or shoes 

Force, Douglas S., Bjngsville, assignor to H. A. Eastman, Ashtabula, Ohio. Machine for 

making dowel-pins 

Force, Joseph M., et al. (See Malick, Wesley, assignor.) 

Ford, Alvin, assignor of one-half to C. B. Coventry, Chicago, HI. Steam-boiler 

Ford, Charles D., Chicago, 111. Sleeve-supporter 

Ford, Charles M., Bollevue, Ohio. Windmill 

Ford, Clayton W., Fiudlay, Ohio. Truck 

Ford, Clayton W. , Findlay, Ohio. Truck 

Ford, Edward L., Lyons, N". Y. Lining for iron and steel furnaces 

Ford, Franklin D., assignor of one-half to J. A. Miller, Providence, B. I. Button-fastener. 
Ford, George A., assignor to Cleveland Block Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Snatch-block . . 
Ford. George B. (See Smith, James C, assignor.) 
Ford, George T. (See Eberhard, WiBiam, assignor.) 
Ford, J. B. (See Philips, Ferdinand, assignor.) 

Ford, James E., assignor of one-half to S. Q. Ford. Buena Vista, Miss. Motor 

Ford, John, Portneuf, Portneuf county, Quebec, Canada. Nut-lock 

Ford, John C, Pittsburg, assignor to T. B. Kerr, Allegheny, Pa. Wire- fence 

Ford, John H, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Fire escape 

Ford, Johnson & Co. (See Vieman, Christian, assignor.) 

Ford, Samuel A., Piltsburg, Pa. Analyzing pig-iron from blast-furnaces 

Ford, Samuel A., Pittsburg. Pa. Analyzing pig-iron from blast-furnaces. (Eeissue.) 

Ford, Stephen Q. (See Ford, James B.', assignor.) 
Ford, Thomas. (See Bardo and Ford.) 

Ford, Walter J., Concord, Tenn. Automatic air-brake for railway-cars. (Eeissue) 

Ford, William C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Furnace for steam-boilers, &c 



Fouler, Milton, and T. H. Pendergast, Dassel, Minn. Grain-separator 

Fordham, Henry F., Greenport, N. Y. Ice-machine can 

Fordham, Sidney E. (Sec Tetamore and Fordham.) 

Fordon, John A., Bay City, Mich. Pillow-sham holder 

Foreman, William E., Pieirepont Manor, N. Y. Barrel-adjuster 

Forgie, John, et al. (See Erlanger. Charles, assignor.) 
Forman, William S., el al. (See Bunk, Jacob L., assignor.) 

Forney, Adam E., and J. L. Stoever, Annville, Pa. Chain-pump bucket 

Forney, J. Wirt. (See Eichelbergor, Abdiel W, assignor.) 

Forney, Joseph, Canfield, Ohio. Combined gate latch and hinge 

Forrester, Isaac N, Camden, N. J. Swing 

Forrester, Isaac N., Camden, N. J., assignor of one-fourth to B. M. KeUer, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Clutch 



Forrester, Samuel, Allegheny, Pa. Station-indicator 



287,920 
273,055 



281,988 
286,411 
273,500 
284,404 
274,582 

285,741 



277,416 
270,213 

270,774 

270,775 

274,475 

274,476 

274,477 

274,478 
274,479 

274,480 



288,702 
273,267 

270,407 

270,408 

270,409 

277,256 

279,559 

271,053 

272,225 
280.167 

272,226 
277,699 
281,481 
279,089 
279,560 
271,620 



281,858 
275,898 
287,372 
285,250 

281,044 
10.395 



10,298 

288,418 
284,405 
278,527 

282,185 
272,227 



280,597 

273,501 
283,388 

283,993 

274,927 



Forrester, Samuel, Allegheny, Pa. Device for operating station-indicators ; 290,562 Dec. 18 



Nov. 6 
Feb. 27 



July 24 
Oct. 9 
Mar. 6 
Sept. 4 
Mar. 27 

Sept. 25 



May 8 
Jan. 9 

Jan. 16 

Jan. 16 

Mar. 27 

Mar. 27 

Mar. 27 

Mar. 27 
Mar. 27 

Mar. 27 



Nov. 20 
Mar. 6 

Jan. 9 



Jan. 9 

Jan. 9 

May 8 

June 19 

Jan. 23 

Fob. 13 
June 26 
Feb. 13 
May 15 
July 17 
June 5 
June 19 
Feb. 6 



July 24 
Apr. 17 
Oct. 23 
Sept. 18 

July 10 
Oct. 23 



Mar. 27 

Nov. 13 
Sept. 4 
May 29 

July 31 
Feb. 13 



July 3 

Mar. 6 
Aug. 21 

Aug. 28 

Apr. 3 



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1863 



2077 
795 
328 
300 

1746 

1940 



1112 
461 

1174 

1178 

1587 

1594 

1596 

1600 
1607 

1610 



1152 
28 

702 



703 

704 

930 

1190 

1514 

796 
1903 

797 
1454 
1435 

586 

1191 

44 



1921 
1345 
2014 
1340 

869 
2050 



2109 

799 
301 

2504 

2350 
797 



312 



329 
1114 



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51 



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84 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



113 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Forsaifh & Co., S. C, et al. (See Shedd, William B., assignor.) 

Forshag, George, Amite City, La. Cotton-gin 

Forshoe, William S., et al. (See Hey, James H., assignor.) 

Forsman, Calvin J., Columbus, Ohio. Axle-bearing for vehicles 

Forster, Albert G., New York, N. Y. Child's awing 

Forster, Benjamin J.. Glen 'William, Ontario, Canada. Atmospheric-air motor 

Forster, Ferdinand E., New York, N. Y. Device for indicating shoal water 

Forster, Ferdinand E., New York, N. Y. Thread-mosaic 

Forster, Newton L., Trafalgar, Ontario, Canada. Apparatus for utilizing the ebb and flow 

of the tide 

Forstner, Benjamin, Salem, assignor of one-half to A. C. Gibbs, Portland, Oreg. Spoon 

boring-bit 

Forsyth, Paul T., Memphis, Tenn. Fire-escape 

Forsyth, Kobert, Chicago, Dl. Metallurgical plant 

Forsyth, William J. , Leesburg, Va. Washing-machine 

Forti James V., Philadelphia, Pa. Shutter bower and fastener 

Fortson, Charles J., Washington, Ga. Car-coupling 

Foschinbaur, Joseph, Cliicago, HI. Bushing for loose pulleys 

Fosdick, Frederick, Fitchburg, Mass., assignor to Fitchburg Steam Engine Company. 

Steam-engine valve 

Fosdick, Jesse T., Salamanca, N. Y., assignor to C. W. Archer, Ludlow, Ky. Car-replacer 

Foskett, George W., Winchendon, Mass. Machine for turning round tenons 

Foss, Eli H., Campello, Mass. Fire-kindler 

Foss, Lewis T., Boston, Mass. Artificial tooth 

Foss, Lewis T., Boston, Mass. Artificial tooth 

Foss, Newman A., Gold Kun. Mont. Tor. Don shutter 

Foster, Abraham G. W., Newnan, Ga. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Foster, Charles A., Elkhart, Did. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Foster, Charles D. , Philadelphia, Pa. Dmbrella for children's carriages 

Foster, Charles W. (See Salisbury and Foster.) 

Foster, Charles W., New Haven, Conn. Garment-clasp 

Foster, Charles W., New Haven, Conn. Corset-clasp 

Foster, Charles W., and W. W. Dudley, New Haven, Conn. Indian club 

Foster, Dan P., Waltham, Mass. Pipe or nut wrench 

Foster, Dan P., Waltham, Mass. Pipe-tongs 

Foster, Edwin A., assignor to J. Estey & Co., Brattleborough, Yt. Reed-organ 

Foster, Gay W., New York, N. Y. Electro-magnetic engine 

Foster Hardware Company. (See Jones, Augustus H., assignor.) 

Foster Hardware Company. (See Miller and Jones, assignors.) 

Foster, Hickman E., assignor of one-half to W. H. Acuff and J. M. Wiswell, Decatur, HI. 

Detachable hook 

Foster, James D., and V. C. Harris, Huntsville, Ala. Space grain-drill and cotton-planter 

Foster, Job C., St. John, Cal. Stock-car 

Foster, John F., San Francisco, Cal. Pencil-clasp 

Foster, John H. (See Atkinson, William B., assignor.) 

Foster, John P. C, New Haven, Conn., assignor of one-half to N. A. Thompson, Boston, 

Mass. Car 

Foster, John S. (See Murphy, Patrick, assignor.) 

Foster, John T., Arlington, N. J., assignorto H. F. Sise, New York, N. Y. Chopping- 

knife 

Foster, Merriam & Co. (See Merriman, Julius E., assignor.) 

Foster, Oscar S. and W. S., Dtica, N. Y. Machine for making spiral springs 

Foster, Samuel L., Philadelphia, Pa. Composite roofing 

Foster, Stephen E., Minneapolis, Minn. Vehicle-reach coupling 

Foster, Theodore W., Providence, R. I. Locket 

Foster, Theodore W., Providence, P. I. Locket 

Foster, Timothy H., Danbury, Conn. Fire-escape 

Foster, Walter K., Stoneham, Mass. Pencil-sharpener 

Foster, William F., New York, N. Y. Lacing-hook for gloves 

Foster, William F., New York, N. Y. Lacing-hook for gloves 

Foster, William F., New York, N. Y. Lacing gloves 

Foster, William F., New York, N. Y. Lacing gloves 

Foster, William G. , assignor of one-half to L. E.' Fitts, Chicago, HI. Pillow-sham holder . 
Foster, William S. (See Foster, Oscar S. and W. S.) 

Foster, William S., Eichford, Vt. Door-bell : 

Foster, William S.. Richford, Vt. Gong-bell 

Fotens, John H., Albany, N. Y. Device for marking the location of buttons for shoes 

Fongeres, Louis H. , and G. W. Blair, Wabash, Ind. Horse-detacher 

Foulon, Peter J., New York, N. Y. Argandlamp burner 

Foulsham, Robert, assignor of one-half to R. J. Ela, Boston, Mass. Ventilator 

Fountain, Vincent. Stapleton. N. Y. Pin-package 

Foushee, Charles W. (See Wailey, Charles W., assignor.) 

Fonts, Clarence L., San Francisco, Cal. Pump 

Fonts, M. M., et al. (See Wood, John M., assignor.) 

Fowler Anthony C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Revolving table-top 

Fowler, Arthur H., Newark! Ohio. Portable base-burning boiler 

Fowler Brothers. (See Holden, Warren, assignor.) 

Fowler, Charles A., New York, N. Y. Gem-setting for jewelry 

Fowler, Charles H., Boston, Mass. Speed-indicator , 

Fowler, Charles S., Brooklyn, and L. A. Rockwell, New York, N. Y. Cracker-machine. . . 

Fowler, Edwin P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Spirallv-coiled wire spring 

Fowler, George H., Taugliannock Falls, N. Y. Sulky-plow 

Fowler, Herbert E., New Haven, Conn. Brush 

Fowler, Herbert E., assignor to Fowler Plating Company, New Haven, Conn. Making 

buckle-frames 

Fowler, Hervcy W., Chicago, HI. Spike 

Fowler, Hervey W., Chicago, HI. Rail-spike 

Fowler, John W., and D. F. Lewis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fare register and recorder 

Fowler, John W., and D. F. Lewis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fare-register 

Fowler, John W., and D. F. Lewis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fare-register 

Fowler, John W. , and D. F. Lewis, Brooklyn , N. Y. Passenger-register 

8 PAT 



277,417 

270,214 
275,899 
274,305 
282,620 
284,406 

285,251 

280,026 
285,606 

276,384 

279,734 
287,816 
287,270 
277,257 

279,484 
287,528 

278,118 

274,184 
275,625 
275,626 
270,047 
279,931 
290,563 
288,703 

277,700 
284,730 
275,627 
282,298 
286,600 
289,638 
277,475 



287,115 
270,048 
271,695 
273,268 



276.017 



288,044 

280,923 
270.943 
273,056 
270,296 
273,057 
285,806 
290,564 
275,628 
276,573 
277,558 
277,559 
276,574 

279,370 
280,924 
279,735 
278,928 
283,879 
268,564 
271,828 

289,079 

271,054 
271,621 

274,583 
288,067 
288,989 
283,880 
277,258 
286,804 

276,797 
272,676 
279,736 
271,976 
271,977 

273,675 

280,925 



May 8 

Jan. 9 

Apr. 17 
Mar. 20 
Aug. 7 
Sept. 4 

Sept. 18 

June 26 
Sept. 25 

Apr. 24 

June 19 
Nov. 6 
Oct. 23 

May 8 

June 12 
Oct. 30 

May 22 

Mar. 20 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 

Jan. 2 

June 26 

Dec. 18 

Nov. 20 

May 15 

Sept. 11 

Apr. 10 

July 31 

Oct. 16 

Dec. 4 

May 15 



Oct. 23 
Jan. 2 
Feb. 6 
Mar. 6 



Apr. 17 



Nov. 6 

July 10 
Jan. 23 
Feb. 27 
Jan. 9 
Feb. 27 
Oct. 2 
Dec. 18 
Apr. 10 
May 1 
May 15 
May 15 
May 1 

June 12 
July 10 
June 19 
June 5 
Aug. 28 
Nov. 13 
Feb. 6 

Nov. 27 

Jan. 23 
Feb. 6 

Mar. 27 
July 31 
Nov. 27 
Aug. 28 
May 8 
Oct. 16 

May 1 
Feb. 20 
June 19 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 6 

Mar. 6 

July 10 



1113 

464 

1345 

1364 

174 

301 

1341 

1751 
1768 

1950 

1390 

32 

1886 

931 

1094 

2208 

1955 

1206 
996 
997 
258 
1631 
1517 
1153 

1455 
707 
998 

2487 

1032 
330 

1191 



1693 

258 

133 

29 



1479 



321 

721 

1383 

1864 

556 

1864 

29 

1517 

998 

38 

1294 

1295 

39 

959 
724 

1391 
388 

1704 
973 
294 

1617 

1515 
46 

1747 
2181 
1503 
1705 
932 
1288 

344 
1377 
1392 
474 
478 
559 
724 



299 

135 

370 

374 

52 

85 

377 



H 



492 
501 
539 
540 
388 
10 
516 
250 

302 
599 
;535 
536 
332 
269 
269 
74 
467 
417 
317 

393 
198 
270 
683 
279 
92 
320 



464 

75 

36,37 

9 



408 



90 

202 
400 
523 
164 
524 

10 
417 
270 

11 
348 
348 

11 

266 
203 
388 
106 
480 
268 
80 

448 

436 
11,12 

484 
599 
416 
481 
250 
349 



92 
387 
388 
129 
130 
148 

49 
203 



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23 
23 
23 
24 
24 

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24 
25 
23 

25 

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23 

23 

24 
25 
24 
23 
25 

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23 
23 
23 

[23 

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114 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Fowler, Joinville F. , Alliance, Ohio. Dash-board for vehicles 

Fowler, Joseph. (See Arthur, Lee Roy, assignor.) 

Fowler, Joseph A. (See Gregg, William, assignor.) 

Fowler, Joseph C, Galveston, assignor of one-half to S. Taliaferro, Houston, Tex. 



coupling . 



Car- 



Fowlcr, Joseph W. (See Toungman, Charles A., assignor.) 

Fowler, Josiah, St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. Machine for bending springs '.... 

Fowler, Lcven H. (See "Wright, Fowler, and Shaw.) 

Fowler, Nathaniel C, Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Indestructible 

Safe and Fire Proof Company, of "West Virginia. Fire-proof compound and sheet 

Fowler Plating Company. (See Fowler, Herbert E., assignor.) 

Fowler, T. Walter, assignor of one-half to D. W. Glassie, Washington, D. C. Fare-box 

Fowler, Thaddeus, Seymour, Conn. Spoke-socket 

Fowler, William M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pail, tub, keg, barrel, &c 

Fowler, William P., Philadelphia, Pa. Mechanical toy hoop 

Fowler, William P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to L. J. Myers, Philadelphia, Pa.) 

Endless-belt conveyer 5 

Fowler, William P., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of one-half to C. L. Perkins, New York, 

N. Y. Toy 

Fowler, Willie H., East Hartford, Conn. Vehicle-axle 

Fox, Alfred P., New York, N. Y. Flexible chute used in loading and unloading appa- 



Fox, Alfred D., New York. N. Y. Dredging and excavating apparatus 

Fox, Alpheus, Pock Falls, 111. Corn-planter 

Fox, Amos T. and D. T., Mount Pleasant, Pa. Music-leaf turner 

Fox, Benjamin F., Philadelphia, Pa. Window-shade roller 

Fox, Charles H , Winnebago City, Minn. Hay-loader 

Fox, Daniel T. (See Fox, Amos'T. and D. T.) 

Fox, Edward, assignor to P. Peilly, Brooklyn, N. Y. Furnace-door 

Fox, Edward, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to himself and A. Albright, Newark, N. J. 

hiclo propelled by electricity - 

Fox, George H., Boston, Mass. Fore-end for breech-loading fire-arms 

Fox, George H., Boston, Mass. Extractor for fire-arms 



Ve- 



Fox, George H., Boston, Mass. Making metal tubes ."". 

Fox, James S., Woodstock, Vt. Iron fence-post 

Fox, James S , Woodstock, Vt. Barbed- wire fastening for iron fence-posts 

Fox, Patrick, administrator. (See Jones, Oscar T.) 

Fox, Perley E. , Marlow, N. H. Sap-spout 

Fox, Samuel, Toledo, Ohio. Stuffing-box or packing-cham ber 

Fox, St. George L., London, England. Apparatus for measuring electric currents 

Fox, St. George L., London, England. Plant6's secondary battery 

Fox, WillardH., New Haven, Conn. Spring-pin .' 

Fox, William T., Rochester, N Y. Air-compressor _. 

Fox, William T., assignor to himself and S. Sloan, Rochester, N. Y. Air-pressure appara- 
tus for forcing beer, &c 

Fraikin, John J. , Ottawa, Dl. Check-row corn-planter 

Fraim, Edward T., assignor of one-half to M. W. Fraim, Lancaster, Pa. Padlock. (Reis- 
sue) 

Fraim, Miller W. (See Fraim. Edward T., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Frain, Patrick W., St. Louis, Mo. Smoke-consuming furnace 

Frain, Patrick W., St. Louis, Mo. Smoke-consuming furnace. 

Frakes, Thomas A., and M. G. Eeiners, New Holland, 111. Combined seed-drill and rolling 
cutter '■ 

Fraley, Alexander, assignor to himself and W. D. Malone, Grayson, Ky. Bee-hive 

France, John T., et al. (See Corbin, Elijah H., assignor.) 

Francis, Allan E., Cleveland, Ohio. Machine for making wire clothes-pins 



Francis, George W., Shelby ville, Ind. Flood gate 

Francis, George W. , Middietown, Conn. Manufacture of steel castings 

Francisco, William H. (See Travis, William C, assignor.) 

Franciscus, William C, Lock Haven, Pa. Machine for coating pills with gelatine 

Francklyn, Charles G. (See Henderson, James, assignor.) 

Frank, Adolph, Charlottenbuva, Prussia, Germany. Manufacturing porous silicious ma- 
terials to be used as fire-bricks, filters, &c 

Frank, Charles H. , Amsterdam, N. Y. Electric fire-alarm aud call-bell system 

Frank, D. P., et al. (See Hambujer, Ephraim, assignor.) 

Frank, David, Allentown, Pa. Railway-signal 



Frank, Ferdinand, Suisun, Cal. Drawer-pull 

Frank, Himan, Detroit, Mich. Manufacture of glass 

Frankel, Alexander C, Newark, N. J. Fastening for satchels, &c 

Frankem. Isaac L., Indianapolis, Ind. Tile hearth or vestibule-floor 

Frankenfield, Charles, Strondsburg, Pa. Feed-pipe for water-tanks 

Frankenfield, Robert F., et al. (See Deal, William M., assignor.) 

Franklin, Benjamin, assignor of one-half to F. E. Morse, Chicago, HI. Calendar-clock 

Franklin, Eduard A., Brenham, Tex. Glove-holder 

Franklin, James C, Lena, Oreg. Hasp-lock 

Franklin, Joseph, et al. (See Shoup, Jamos C, assignor.) 
Franks, Orrin G., et al. (See Clark, Levi S., assignor.) 

Frary, Eliska, East New York. N. Y. Combined'shovel and ash-sifter 

Frary, James D., Bridgeport, Conn. Scissors 

Frary, James D., Bridgeport, Conn. Cutlery-blade 

Frary, James I)., Bridgeport, Conn. Manufacture of pocket-cutlery 

Frasch, Herman, Cleveland, Ohio. Process of and apparatus for the fractional distillation? 

of hydrocarbon oils 5 

Frasch, Herman, Cleveland, Ohio. Furnace for the manufacture of carbon 

Frasch, Herman, Cleveland, Ohio. Process of and apparatus for making white lead 

Frasch, Herman, C leveland, Ohio. Making elements for- thermal electric generators 

Frasch, Herman, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to American Chemical Company, Wort Bay 

City, Mich. Graining or crystallizing salt, &c, and apparatus therefor 



No. 



282,511 

277,701 
276,678 

288,935 

285,742 
286.192 
277,560 
289,523 

274,306 

285,354 
287,921 

286,193 
286,691 
274,928 
279,737 
280,808 
271,055 

286,692 

281,859 
278,423 

278,424 

285,025 

269,844 
269,845 

283,593 

279,642 
279,371 
285,807 
270,410 
285,743 

270,944 
270,049 



285,887 
289,343 

272,228 
290,022 



276,575 



272,872 
270,018 



276,385 



287,817 
281,680 

278,231 

289,245 
285,888 
277,259 
287,373 
280,809 

279,143 
273,502 
283,335 



287.116 
275; 629 
275,630 
290,023 

281,045 

281,046 
281,047 
280,288 

277,418 



Date. 



Aug. 7 

May 15 
May 1 

Nov. 20 

Sept. 25 
Oct. 9 
May 15 
Dec. 4 

Mar. 20 



Sept. 18 
Nov. 6 

Oct. 9 
Oct. 16 
Apr. 3 
June 19 
July 10 
Jan. 23 



Oct. 1C 

July 24 
May 29 

May 29 

Sept. 18 

Jan. 2 
Jan. 2 

Aug. 21 
June 19 
June 12 
Oct. 2 
Jan. 9 
Sept. 25 

Jan. 23 
Jan. 2 

Jan. 16 

Oct, 2 
Nov. 27 

Feb. 13 
Dec. 11 



May 1 

Feb. 27 

Apr. 17 

Apr. 24 



Nov. 6 
July 24 

May 22 

Nov. 27 

Oct. 2 

May 8 

Oct. 23 

July 10 

June 12 
Mar. 6 
Aug. 14 



Oct. 23 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 

Dec. 11 

July 10 

July 10 

July 10 

Oct.- 9 

May 8 



Monthly 
volume. 



42 



Official 
Gazette. 



1456 


393 


186 


48 


1433 





1942 


550 


506 


139 


1296 


348 


189 


53 


1366 


(374 
) 375 


1459 


411 


166 


48 


507 


140 


1152 


310 


56 


15 


1393 


389 


588 


164 


1516 


437 


1153 


(310 
$311 


1922 


525 


2379 


649 


2380 


(649 
) 650 


1076 


(300 
$301 


31 


10 


32 


10 


1356 


379 


1283 


356 


959 


266 


30 


10 


,704 


209 


1943 


550 


1384 


400 


259 


75 


1298 


374 


137 


30 


1931 


536 


798 


222 


810 


228 




< " 


41 


\ ia 




} 13 


1046 


401 


1482 




1952 


540 


32 




1684 


459 


2105 


(579 
\ 580' 


1811 


500 


138 


39 


932 


250 


2015 


548 


589 


165 


677 


186 


331 


89 


1039 


292 


1694 


464 


1001 


270 


1001 


271 


811 


228 


869 


(241 
\ 242 


872 


242 


873 


242 


647 




1114 


299 



12 24 



24 
25 

25 
25 
23 
23 
24 
23 

>25 

24 
23 

• 23 

J24 

23 

23 

24 
2! 
23 
25 
23 
24 

23 

23 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



115 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



Frasoh, Herman, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to American Chemical Company, "West Bay? 
City, M ieli. Manufacture of salt and apparatus for use therein and for other purposes .3 

Frasch. Herman, assignor to J. B. Meriam, Cleveland, Ohio. Electric carbon 

Fraser, Alexander, Detroit. Mich. Shingle-machine 

Fraser, Andrew, et al. (See Cuinmings, Charles, assignor.) 

Fraser, Arthur C. Brooklyn, N. T. Double-current relay or electromagnet 

Fraser, Daniel, assignor to Excelsior Hatch Company, New Tork, X. Y. Closing and con- 
trolling hoistway-covers 

Fraser, David K.. Chicago, III. Furnace-protector 

Fraser. Edwin -T.. assignor of one-half to L. W. Boyer, San Francisco, Cal. Case or enve- 
lope for putting up cigarettes for the market 

Fraser, II. A., ital. (See Charboneau. Pascal B., assignor.) 

Fraser, Harvey, Xepeusknn, Wis. Car-coupling 

Fraser, I'eter, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Spring bed-bottom 

Fraser, Spencer L.. Toledo, Ohio. Cover-fastening for packing-receptacles 

Frash. Christian G., Brooklyn. IT. Y. Apparatus for treating wine and other liquids 

Fray. John S.. Bridgeport. Conn. Tool-handle 

Frazee, James H. and G. M. Culver. Eushville. Ind. Fire-escape 

Frazoe, James H., and G. II. Culver, Eushville, Ind. ; said Culver assignor to said Frazee. 
End-gate for wagons 

Frazer, James M.. Portland. Oreg. Fish-trap 

Frazier, Elijah, and N. J. Edwards, Winchester, Ind. Post and well auger 

Frazier, John. Searcy, Ark. Steam steering apparatus 

Frazier, John, Searcy, Ark. Steam-engine-reversing mechanism 

Frazier, John. Searcy, Ark. Valve-gear for steam-engines 

Frazier, Joseph W. (See Borchardt, Hugo, assignor.) 

Frazier, Joseph TV., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Spencer Arms Company, New) 
York, ST. Y. Magazine tire-arm 5 

Frazier, William J., Xew York, X. Y. Eotary engine 

Frederick, Adam J. (See Ohly, Charles H., assignor.) 

Fredericks. Christian A., Brooklyn, X. Y. Grinding-iniU 

Fredrick, Henry, Newark, X. J. Eotary meter 

Fredrick, Henrv, Newark. X. J. Eotary meter 

Fredricks. William, and A. Brown. Xew York. X. Y. Toy revolver 

Free, Eli W., Baltimore, Md. Grain and fertilizer spreading attachment for drills 

Freel, Dennis, Chariton, Iowa. Excavating or ditching device for attachment to cars 

Freeland. Charles D.. and J. A. Wharry, assignors of one-third to P. X. Staff, Terre Haute, 
Ind. Fence-post 

Freeland, William. Brooklyn, X. Y. Awning 

Freeley, Ella M., Xew York. X. Y. Artificial Eussian leather 

Freeman. Alva M., assignor of one-half to J. B. Overmeyer, Chicago, 111. Suspenders ... 

Freeman. Alva M., assignor of one-half to J. B. Overmeyer, Chicago, HI. Suspender at- 
tachment 

Freeman, Arthur B., and M. F. Eichardson, Lebanon, X. H. Discal calendar 

Freeman. Augustus M.. Ocean Grove, X. J. Vibrating propeller 

Freeman, Charles H. (See Dawson, Artemas L., assignor.) 

Freeman. Charles X., et al. (See Smith, John B., assignor.) 

Freeman. George W.. Amherst, Xova Scotia, Canada. Adjustable holder for the sickle- 
bars of mowers and reapers 

Freeman, George W., assignor of one-half to E. B. Kyle, Gadsden, Ala. Portable hay press. 

Freeman, Henry H.. Milton. Ontario, Canada. Lock and latch 

Freeman, Isaac S.. Balsam Lake, Wis. Traction-engine 

Freeman, Joseph B., White Hart Lane, Tottenham, county of Middlesex, England. White 
pigment 

Freeman. Ealza B.. Blossbnrg, Pa. Leveling device for clocks 

Freeman & Sons, S. (See Barker, John L., assignor.) 

Freeman. Theodore A.. Philadelphia, Pa. Haml-bag or satchel 

Freeman, Thomas F., Brooklyn, assignor to W. Koch, Xew York, X. Y. Air-compressor. . 

Freeman. Thomas E.. et al. (See Allen, Samuel F., assignor.) 

Freeman, Thomas E., assignor of two-thirds to C. H. E. Biester and J. S. Toppan, Chicago, 
111. Lubricator 

Freeman, Thomas E.. assignor to himself and J. B. Vandaworker, Sioux Falls, Dak. Ter. 
Machine for bending metal 

Freeman. Walter F. iSee Pen-in. William J., assignor.) 

Freeman. Walter F.. assignor of three-fourths to"E. F. Shrewder, G. A. Cage, and B. F. 
Head. Mineola, Tex. Car-coupling 

Freeman, Walter K., Brooklyn, X. Y.. assignor to W. F. Jobbins, East Orange, X. J. Ar-> 
mature for d'Tiamo-electric machines or electric motors $ 

Freeman, Walter K., Brooklyn, X. Y., assignor to W. F. Jobbins, East Orange, X. J. Sec- 
ondary electric battery 

Freeman, Warren P.. Xew York. X. Y.. assignor to W. F. Jobbins, East Orange, X. J. 

Dynamo-electric machine 

in. Warren P.. Xew York, X. Y., assignor to W. F. Jobbins, East Orange, X. J.) 
Dynamo-elect lie machine 5 

Freeman, Warren P.. Xew York, X. Y., assignor to W. F. Jobbins, East Orange, X. J. 
Armature for dynamo-electric machines 

Freeman, Warren P.. Xew York. X. Y., assignor to W. F. Jobbins, East Orange, X. J. 
Armature for dynamo electric machines 

Fireman. Warren P., assignor to W. F. Jobbins, Brooklyn, X. Y. Indicator for electric 
lighting systems 

Freeman, Warren P., assignor to W. F. Jobbins, Brooklyn, X. Y. Electric-arc lamp 

Freeman, Warren P., assignor to W. F. Jobbins, Brooklyn, X. Y. Governor for dynamo- 

electric machines 

En f port Machine Company. (See Schofield, Silas C, assignor.) 
Freer, Charles S. (See Eiley and Freer.) 

Freer, George X., Blue Earth City. Minn. Buckle 

Freer. Jacob S., et al. (See Hill. Frederick D., assignor.) 

Frees, Louis C. F., Xew STork, X. Y. Xecktio-fastener 



Xo. 


Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


o 


to 

P 


> 




277,419 


May 


8 


1116 


C299 

} 300 

243 

164 


?23 

24 
23 


1824 


281,048 
270,297 


July 
Jan. 


10 
9 


874 
557 


162 
119 


2e'6,917 


Oct. 


16 


1433 


394 


25 


273 


278,528 
284,830 


May 
Sept. 


29 
11 


2505 
825 


684 
230 


23 

24 


2087 
1050 


276,171 


Apr. 


24 


1674 


463 


23 


1537 


270,215 
288,223 
272,873 
285,607 
282,712 
285,744 


Jan. 
Xov. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 


9 
13 
27 
25 

7 
25 


465 
535- 
1647 
1769 
296 
1946 


135 
148 
461 
501 
84 
550 


23 
25 
23 
24 
24 
24 


102 
610 
751 

1233 
551 

1263 


281,989 
270,411 
284,956 


July 
Jan. 
Sept. 


24 

9 

11 


2078 
705 
976 


570 
209 

274 


24 
23 

24 


381 
147 

1Q78 


271,326 

271,327 
271,577 


Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 


30 

30 
30 


1853 

1855 
2174 


C537 

(538 

538 

626 


J 23 

23 
23 


374 

374 
431 


290,636 


Dec. 


18 


1603 


C440 
(441 
f485 
)480 
1487 
1 488 


}25 


1183 










1 




276,235 


Apr. 


24 


1752 


S23 


1551 










J 




282,068 
271,233 
287,529 
278,005 
277,260 


July 
Jan. 
Oct. 

May 
May- 


31 

30 
30 
22 

8 


2182 
1735 
2209 
1825 
933 


600 

502 
600 
498 
250 


24 
23 
25 
23 
23 


404 
354 
430 
1959 
1793 


270,776 


Jan. 


16 


1181 


(338 
\ 339 


J23 


245 


280,302 
273,503 
285,475 
287,818 


June 26 
Mar. 6 
Sept. 25 
Xov. 6 


2076 

331 

1610 

34 


584 
90 

10,11 


23 
23 
24 
25 


2502 
891 

1202 
513 


287,819 
290,763 
272,949 


Xov. 
Dec. 
Feb. 


6 

25 
27 


36 
1770 
1741 


11 
491 
486 


25 
25 
23 


513 

1221 

765 


273,504 
281,990 
290,024 
282,299 


Mar. 
July 
Dec. 
July 


6 
24 
11 
31 


332 

2079 

812 

2488 


90 
570 

228 
683 


23 
24 
25 
24 


891 
381 
1036 
454 


286,918 
277,261 


Oct. 

May 


16 

8 


1435 
934 


251 


25 

23 


273 
1793 


281,482 
290,764 


July 
Dec. 


17 
25 


1436 
1777 


393 
491 


24 
25 


264 

1222 


286,289 


Oct. 


9 


648 


172 


25 


128 


288,936 


Xov. 


20 


1434 


394 


25 


774 


278,789 


Juno 


5 


154 


45 


23 


2148 


270,777 


Jan. 


16 


1182 


C 339 
(340 


J23 


245 


270,778 


Jan. 


16 


1183 


341 


23 


246 


270,779 


Jan. 


16 


1184 


341 


23 


246 


270,780 


Jan. 


16 


1184 


f341 
)342 


J23 


246 


270,781 


Jan. 


16 


1186 


342 


23 


246 


281,049 


July 


10 


875 


243 


24 


162 


287,654 


Oct. 


30 


2388 


644 


25 


463 


289,823 


Dec. 


11 


562 


< 157 
J158 


J25 


991 


290,025 


Dec. 


11 


813 


229 


25 


1037 


279,237 


June 12 


774 


214 


23 


2265 


282,976 


Aug. 


14 


590 


107 


24 


612 



116 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Freeae, Francis J. , Manchester, N. H. , assignor to himself and W. E. Bass, Lawrence, Mass. 
Loom-shuttle 

Freid, Albert H. (See Freid, Amos J. and A. H.) 

Freid, Amos J. and A'. H., Dow City, Iowa. Ironing-table 

Fremont Cultivator Company. (See Stahl, Harlow C, assignor.) 

French, Alonzo, Philadelphia, Pa. Lamp-supporting device ■ 

French, Andrew, et al. (See Lash, John S., assignor.) 

French, Brooks, Fort Wayne, Ind. Reed-organ stop-action 

French, Charles H. (See Morgan and French.) 

French, Cicero B. C , Providence. B. I. Screw-tap 

French, Cicero B. C, Providence, B. I. Screw-tap 

French, Cicero B. C, Providence, B. I. Beamer 

French, George B., New York, N. Y. Cigar-coloring machine 

French, George B., New York, N. Y. Cigar-coloring machine : 

French, Hamline Q., Pelham Manor, and G. G. Shenton, Brooklyn, N. Y. j said Shenton as- 
signor to said French. Double-acting pump 

French, James H. , WiUimantic, Conn. Fire-kindler 

French, James H ., Elizabethtown. Ky. Bee-hive 

French, John H., Northampton, Mass. Clothes-rack 

French, Josiah F., Philadelphia, Pa. Handle for files and other tools 

French, Josiah F. , Philadelphia, Pa. Handle for files and other tools 

French, Josiah F., Philadelphia, Pa. File and other tools having tapering tangs 

French, Josiah F., Philadelphia, Pa. Tool-handle 

French, Josiah F., Philadelphia, Pa. Handle for files and other tools 

French, Josiah F., assignor of one-half to J. B. Smith Company, Philadelphia, Pa. File- 
handle 

French, JosiahF., assignorof one-half to J.B. Smith Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Buck-saw 

French, Josiah F., assignor of one-half to J. Barton Smith Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Handle for files and other tools 

French, Josiah F., assignor of one-half to J. Barton Smith Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Handle for files and other tools 

French, Josiah F., assignor of one-half to J. Barton Smith Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Handle for files and other tools 

French, Lyman P., Boston, Mass. Furnace 7 

French, Samuel E., New York, N. Y. Garment-stretcher 

French, Sharon, Silver Lake, Kans. Cultivator 

French Spiral Spring Company. (See Hansell, "Walter P., assignor.) 

French, William A. (See Eaton, George S., assignor.) 

French, William C, Boston, Mass. Sewing-machine 

French, Zachary T., Boston, Mass., assignor to Goodyear & McKay Sewing Machine Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn. Lasting-jack or holder for boots and shoes 

French, Zachary T., assignor to Goodyear & McKay Sewing Machine Company, Boston, 
Mass. Lasting-jack or holder for boots or shoes > 

Frenier, Joseph. (See Scott and Frenier.) 

Frenier, Joseph, La Porte, Ind. Vehicle-wheel 

Frenier, Joseph, La Porte, Ind. Wheel 

Frentress, Henry N., assignor of two-thirds to C. W. Ware, East Dubuque, El. Freight- 
car door 

Freschl, Alfred, Detroit, Mich. Burial-casket 

Frese, Bernard, Chicago, HI. Plaiting-machine 

Frese, Bernard, Chicago, HI. Electric fire-alarm box 

Freudenberg, Max, Ems, Germany. Fume-arrester for chimney-flues 

Freund, George. (See Beed and Freund.) 

Frennd, George, Durango, Colo. Cap for firing explosive charges 

Frew, Bobert, Pittsburg, Pa. Seal-lock 

Frey, Charles, Baltimore, Md. Siphon , 

Frey, Gustav. (See Flammger and Sobinski, assignors.) 

Frey, Gustav. (See Miller, John S., assignor.) 

Frey, John A., Colesville, Md. Can 

Frey, Joseph J. B., New York, N. Y. Bowl for water-closets 

Frey, Philip B., Western Hnion, Wis. Car-brake 

Freyre, Luis, Seville, Spain. Gas-check for breech-loading ordnance 

Friekette, Peter, Sheridan, Cal. Machine for straightening or bending rails 

Frick, Abraham 0. (See Bider, Snyder, and Frick.) 

Frick, Abraham 0. (See Snyder and Frick.) 

Frick, Abraham 0., and W. H. Snyder, Wa.ynesborough, Pa. Boad-engine 

Frick, Charles E., assignor to himself and C. D. Ficks, Cincinnati, Ohio. Guard for band- 
pulleys 

Friebel, Bichard, Leipsic-Beudnitz, assignor to E. Berger, Beudnik, near Leipsic, Germany. 
Engraving-machine 

Fried, Edward. (See Erwin, Thomas M., assignor.) 

Fried, Joseph, Chicago, 111. Producing paperbrnaments 

Friedemann, August. (See Friedemann, Johann G., assignor.) 

Friedemann, Johann G., Waverly, assignor to A. Friedemann, Bremer County, Iowa. Har- 
row 

Friedheim, David, New York, N. Y. Fire-escape 

Friedlander, Henry. (See Friedlander, Jacob and H.) 

Friedlander, Jacob and H., Memphis, Tenn. Weighing-scoop 

Friedli, Albert, Berne, Switzerland. Frame for band-saws 

Friedrichs, Ernest H, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for the application of paint or color- 
ing material to artists' academy-boards 

Friedrick, Alphonse, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lead sash-bar 

Fricdrick, Alphonse, Brooklyn, N. Y. Building lead sash for glazing purposes 

Friedrick, Alphonse, Brooklyn, N. Y. Flexible soft-metal sash-bar 

Friedrick, Theodore, Ottawa, Ontario. Canada. Combined lock and latch 

Friend, Augustus F., Gravesend, N. Y. Dredger for shell-fish 

Friend, Horrman, New York, N. Y. Straw braid 

Friend, Jesse L., assignor of one-half to IT. A. Ager, Perrysburg, Ind. Brick and tile kiln. 

Fries, William L., Milton, Pa. Horse-collar fastener 

Frink, George S., et al. (See Blass, Talmadge, assignor.) 

Frink, Herbert J., Cbicopee, Mass. Paper calender-roll 

Frink, Isaac P., New York, N. Y. Reflector for chandeliers, &c 



276,019 

272,950 

290,026 

279,372 

270.216 
275,815 
280,368 
286,412 
286,413 

271,829 
270,298 
281,483 
287,655 
285,987 
285.988 
285,989 
285,990 
285,991 

281,626 
281,627 

288,045 

288,046 

288,047 
287,656 
283,994 
289,824 



276,798 

274,091 

281,258 

285,401 
290,224 

288,565 
278,929 
275,760 
277,020 
276,386 

289,768 
274,929 
273,058 

279,738 

275,900 

277,476 
270,299 
273,353 

273,978 
272,677 
281,484 
286,693 



280,303 
275,816 

273,979 
286,919 

287,530 
271,696 
271,697 
283,093 
279,932 
279,373 
272,229 
275,477 
290,673 



Apr. 17 

Feb. 27 

Dec. 11 

June 12 

Jan. 9 

Apr. 17 

July 3 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 

Feb. 6 

Jan. 9 

July 17 

Oct. 30 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 2 



July 17 
July 17 

Nov. 6 

Nov. 6 

Nov. 6 
Oct. 30 
Aug. 28 
Dec. 11 



May 1 

Mar. 13 

July 17 

Sept. 25 
Dec. 18 

Nov. 13 
June 5 
Apr. 10 
May 8 
Apr. 24 

Dec. 4 
Apr. 3 

Feb. 27 



June 19 

Apr. 17 

May 15 
Jan. 9 
Mar. 6 

Mar. 13 
Feb. 20 
July 17 
Oct. 16 



June 26 
Apr. 17 

Mar. 13 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 30 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 6 
Aug. 14 
June 26 
June 12 
Feb. 13 

Apr. 10 

Dec. 25 



285,476 Sept. 25 
274,930 Apr. 3 



1483 
1742 



814 

960 

466 

1245 

36 

796 

797 

295 
558 
1436 
2389 
256 
257 
258 
259 
260 

1611 
1612 

322 

323 

324 
2390 
1844 

563 



344 

1083 

1154 

1524 
1058 

974 
389 

1166 
640 

1953 

490 

57 

1865 



1394 

1346 

1193 
559 
150 

943. 
1377 
1437 
1155 



2076 
1246 

944 
1435 

2210 
134 
134 
737 

1631 
962 
799 

807 

1651 

1611 



409 
486 



229 25 



267 


23 


136 


23 


343 


23 


10 


24 


215 


25 


215 


25 


81 


23 


164 


23 


393 


24 


644 


25 


72 


25 


73 


25 


73 


25 


73 


25 


73 


25 


440 


24 


441 


24 


91 


25 


91 


25 


91 


25 


645 


25 


520 


24 


158 


25 


92 


23 


298 


23 


319 


24 


429 


24 


297 


25 


268 


25 


106 


23 


320 


23 


167 


23 


540 


23 


136 


25 


15 


23 


524 


23 


389 


23 


f 370 
$371 


J23 


320 


23 


164 


23 


42 


23 


259 


23 


387 


23 


393 


24 


311 


25 


585 


23 


343 


23 


260 


23 


394 


25 


600 


25 


37 


23 


37 


23 


207 


24 


458 


23 


267 


23 


222 


23 


(218 
$219 


^23 


455 


25 


452 


24 


15,16 


23 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



117 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Frink, John H., Detroit, Mich. Duplicate memorandum or sales slip 

Frisbee. Edward L., Jr., et al. (See Stever, Jeremiah, assignor.) 

Frisbio, Edward L., Jr. (See Clowes and Erisbie.) 

Frisbie. Henrv R., Bridgeport, Conn. Valve 

Frishmuth, William, Philadelphia. Pa., assignor to himself, G. R. Blanchard, and E. Foote, 
Sew York, N. Y. Extracting aluminium from corundum, &c 

Frisbmuth, William, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to himself, G. R. Blanchard, and E. Foote, 
New York, N. Y. Extracting aluminium from corundum, &c 

Fritts, Peter C, assignor of one-half to R. I. Grey, Eureka Springs, Ark. Breast-strap 
protector 

Fritz, Louis, Memphis, Tenn. Jacketed vessel 

Frizell, Cliarles, Boston, Mass. Extension-ladder 

Frolin, Ernest, et al. (See Stiirmer, August, assignor.) 

Fromm, William H., Elizabethport, N.J. Hydrant 

Froiibeiser. James J., Johnstown, Pa. Blast-furnace 

Fronheiser, James J., Johnstown, Pa. Preparing powdered or granulated ores for fur- 
naces - 

Frost, Abel H. (See Ames and Frost.) 

Frost & Co., George. (See Brown, F. Barton, assignor.) 

Frost. Dan H. (See Jasmagy and Frost.) 

Frost, Daniel, and H. Cartwright, Portland, Oreg. Eeflecting-mirror attachment for loco- 
motives 

Frost. Edward J. (See Lawrence and Frost.) 

Frost. Edward J., Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-engine 

Frost. Edward J., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for producing illuminating gas or vapor. 

Frost, Edward J., Philadelphia, Pa. Device for automatically regulating quality of illu- 
minating-vapor 

Frost, Edwin S., Watkins, N. Y. Grain-hinder 

Frost, Francis S. (See Safford, Mark, assignor.) 

Frost. Francis S., Arlington, Mass. Easel". 

Frost, Harry B., Paterson, N. J. Flier for spinning-frames 

Frost, Henry J., Jr., Wooster, Ohio. Shaft-loop 

Frost, Howard B., assignor to O. S. Judd and C. Blakeslee, New Britain, Conn. Sash- 
fastener 

Frost. Stiles, Boston. Mass. Staple 

Frost, Warren H., Worcester, Mass., assignor of one-half to S. E. Henderson, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Toy or musical instrument 

Frost, William A., et al. (See Foley, Patrick, assignor.) 

Frothinaham. Arthur, Scranton. Pa. Primer for blasting-cartridges 

Fruhling, William A., Jr., San Jose, Cal. Nasal respirator 

Fry, George. (See Ekman, Fry, and Espeut.) 

Fry, Henry P., Grant County, Ind. Map-case 

Fry, Hugh B., Batesvillo, Ark. Cotton-cultivator 

Fry, Jacob R., Jr., Springfield, Ohio. Crank-coupling 

Fry, John, assignor of three-fourths to J. M. Romack, D. G. Glenn, and J. S. Clem, Mount 
Jackson, Va. Corn-harvester 

Fry, Phares W., Lancaster, Pa. Window-screen 

Fryer, Ida J., et al. (See Fryer, Robert M., assignor.) 

Fryer, John 0., Chelsea, Mass. Jacqnard loom. (Reissue) 

Fryer, Robert M. , New York, N. Y. Engine 

Fryer, Robert M., assignor to G. D. Leonard and I. J. Fryer, New York, N. Y. Screw- 
propeller , 

Fryer, Robert W. (See Butel, Alexander H., assignor.) 

Fuchs, Ernst, Chicago, 111. Sifting apparatus 

Fnchs, Henry, St. Louis, Mo. Barb-wire machine 

Fudge. Enoch H, et al. (See Brennan, James R., assignor.) 

Fuessenich, William F., Torrington, Conn. Combined needle-clamp and thread-cutter for 
sewing-machines 

Fulgham, Jesse P., assignor of one-half to Wayne Agricultural Company, Richmond, Ind. 
Fertilizer attachment for seeding-machines. 

Fuller, Abbott F. (See Shinn and Fuller.) 

Filler, Arthur, et al. (See Bacon, Charles H., assignor.) 

Fuller, Charles E., et al. (See Fisher, William C., assignor.) 

Fuller, Charles E., et al. (See Parker, Theodore H., assignor.) 

Fuller, Charles L. (See Cowles, Milan, assignor.) 

Fuller, Claude V., assignor of one-fourth to F. H. Tinker, New York, N. Y. Table-caster 

Fuller. Cornelius, assignor to Somerset Co-operative Foundry Company, Somerset, Mass. 
Cookin g range or stove 

Fuller, Eben E., Big Lake, assignor of one-half to G. Houghton, Minneapolis, Minn. Bal- 
ing-press 

Fuller Electrical Company. (See Wood, James J., assignor.) 
' Fuller. Eustis R. (See Seagrave and Fuller.) 

Fuller, Frank, et al. (See Fisher, William C, assignor.) 

Fuller, Frank, et al. (See Parker, Theodore H., assignor.) 

Fuller, Frank W., San Francisco, Cal. Automatic belt-shifter for elevators 

Fuller, George A. (See Perkins. George A., assignor.) 

Fuller, George H. (See Shaw, Albert C., assignor.) 

Fuller, George H., Pawtucket, R. I. Manufacture of jewelers' findings 

Fuller, George P., New Richmond, Wis. Washing-machine 

Fuller, George W., Norwich, Conn. Dynamo-electric machine 

Fuller, George W., Norwich, Conn. Dynamo-electric machine 

Fuller, George W., Norwich, Conn. Dynamo-electric machine 

Fuller, George W., Norwich, Conn. Dynamo-electric machine 

Fuller, George W., Norwich, Conn. Dynamo-electric machine 

Fuller, George W., Norwich, Conn. Armature for dynamo-electric machines 

Fuller, George W., Norwich, Conn. Dynamo-electric machine 

Fuller, Hiram E., New York, assignor to E. A. Bramhall, Brooklyn, N. Y. Boring-bit . . . 

Fuller, Joseph F., and C. H. Knowlton, Lowell, Mass. Foot-power machine 

Fuller, L. Eugene, and J. H. Macauley, Chicago, HI. Sheet-metal can 

Fuller, Levi K., Brattleborough, Vt. Railway-recorder 



288,048 

275,184 

282,621 

282,622 

284.546 
288.990 
281,681 

270,782 
282,512 

287,117 



282,623 

273,269 
278,529 

282,069 
280,461 

275,631 
277,262 
273,505 

270,542 
274,481 

270,543 

273,270 
270,655 

273,059 
281,259 
290,565 

290,027 

278,006 



10,379 
283,704 

283,336 

282,300 
278,930 



284,124 
271,622 



280,304 
272,131 
288,937 

290,674 

286,601 
284,622 

278,119 

278,120 

278,121 

278,122 

286,414 
286,415 
286,416 
283,705 
274,185 
273,060 
272.230 



Nov. 6 

Apr. 3 

Aug. 7 

Aug. 7 

Sept. 4 
Nov. 27 
July 24 

Jan. 16 
Aug. 7 

Oct. 23 



Aug. 7 

Mar. 6 
May 29 

July 31 
July 3 

Apr. 10 
May 8 
Mar. 6 

Jan. 9 

Mar. 27 

Jan. 9 

Mar. 6 
Jan. 16 

Feb. 27 
July 17 
Dec. 18 

Dec. 11 

May 22 

Sept. 11 
Aug. 21 

Aug. 14 

July 31 
June 5 



Aug. 28 
Feb. 6 



June 26 
Feb. 13 

Nov. 20 

Dec. 25 

Oct. 16 
Sept. 11 

May 22 

May 22 

May 22 

May 22 

Oct. 9 
Oct. 9 
Oct. 9 
Aug. 21 
Mar. 20 
Feb. 27 
Feb. 13 



325 

391 

177 

178 

468 
1504 
1686 

1186 
43 

1694 



179 

29 
2508 

2184 
159 

1002 
935 
333 

880 
1619 

881 

31 

1027 

1866 
1155 
1518 

815 

1826 

1020 
1484 

1039 

2489 
390 



2030 
47 



2077 

686 

1435 

1652 



1033 
566 

1957 

1960 

1963 

1967 

798 

800 

801 

1486 

1206 

1867 

799 



91 



107 



133 
416 
459 

342 
13 



52 



9 
685 



600 
43,44 



271 
251 



255 
449 

255 

10 
295 

524 
319 

418 
(229 
\ 230 

498 

(286 

(287 
418 

292 

683 
107 



5C5 
12,13 



585 
187 
395 

455 



279 

160 

(536 

$537 

537 

(538 

\ 539 

(539 

J 540 

216 

216 

216 

418 

332 

524 

223 



25 

23 

24 

24 

24 
25 
24 

23 
24 

25 



23 
23 

24 
24 

23 
23 
23 

23 
23 



23 
23 

23 
24 
25 

J 25 

23 

1 24 
24 

24 

24 
23 



24 
23 



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25 

25 



25 
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25 
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23 
23 
23 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
J^iliabetxcal list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Fuller, Levi K., assignor to Estey Organ Company, Brattleborough, Vt. Harmonic coupler 

for musical instruments 

Fuller,. Lysander A,, Stoneham, Mass. Sled-propeller 

Fuller,' Meixitt B., Sanborn, N. Y. Combined band corn-planter and fertilizer-distributer 

Fuller, Samuel S.. and B. Salvadge, Stratford, Ontario, Canada. Automatic car-brake 

Fuller, Spencer H., Lewiston, Me. Watch-check » 

Fuller, Warren C, Yarmouth, Mass. Surge-reliever 

Fuller, Willard M., New York, assignor to C. Pyle, Brooklyn, 1ST. Y., and D. Eldridge, New 

Brunswick, N. J. Car-heater 

Fuller, Willard M., New York, assignor of one-half to F. S. Burr and J. B. Richmond, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Pulverizing machinery for ores, &c 

Fulmer, Edward, Mount Olive, Ala. Securing cultivator and harrow teeth 

Fulton, Alfred, assignor of one-third to P. Peterson, Chicago, HI. Car-coupling 

Fulton, David, Hutchinson, Minn. Ditching-plow 

Fulton, Harmon H. (See Olsen and Fulton.) 

Fulton, Harmon H., and 0. B. Olsen, assignors to Indianapolis Machine and Bolt Works, 

Indianapolis, Ind. Pulley 

Fulton, Harmon H, and O. R. Olsen, assignors to Indianapolis Machine and Bolt Works, 

Indianapolis, Indiana. Pulley 

Fulton, John M., assignor of two-thirds to J. H. McCahon andE. E. Richards, Roanoke, 

Ind. Stand for holding wrappinc-paper and paper bags 

Fulton, Louis B. , Pittsburg, Pa. Ejector and injector 

Fulton, Louis B., Pittsburg, Pa. Ejector 

Fulton, Louis B., Pittsburg, Pa. Gage-cock. (Reissue) 

Fulwiler, James A., Lexington, 111. Rag-joining knife 

Fulwiler, James A., Lexington, 111. Nut-lock 

Funk, Carl A., et al. (See Weller, Wanee, and Roesch, assignors.) 

Fnnk, Frank, Beverly, 111. Agricultural boiler 

Funk, Frank, Beverly, 111. Wagon-bed lifting-jack 

Funk, Frank, Beverly, HI. Tank for watering stock 

Funk, Lewis S., Troy, Pa. Washing-machine 

Funk, Wilson R. , Cleves, Ohio. Automatic uncoupler : 

Fiinke, Charles. (See Bergqvist, John, assignor.) 
Funkhouser, John S. (See Saunders and Funkhouser.) 

Furbee, Thomas J., Bishop Creek, Cal. Car-truck 

Furbish, Isaiah M., Augusta, Me. Screw-driver 

Furbish, Zacbary T. (See Mallett and Furbish.) 

Furbusb, James W., Lynn, Mass. Button-hole sewing-machine 

Furey, Cyrus R., assignor of one-half to J. H. Barnhart, Logansport, Ind. Breast-strap 

slide and hook 

Furlong, James E. (See Furlong, Simon E. and J. E.) 

Furlong, James M., Rochester, N. Y. Churn-power 

Furlong, Simon E. and J. E., Woburn, Mass. Mechanism for straightening and keeping 

straight band knives and saws 

Furman, Alouzo B., Strattonville, assignor to himself and J. E. Dean, Reynoldsville, Pa. 

Wagon-jack '. 

Furman, John A., Newark, >.'. J. Process of and apparatus for molding hoUow articles 

from celluloid and other compounds of pyroxyline 

Furman, Olliver P., assignor of one-half to W. B. Taylor, Canisteo, N. Y. Shipping-pack- 



age 



Furman, Samuel M., assignor of one-half to W. H. Lewis, Henderson, Ky. Surgical band- 
age 

Furnace, Peter J., et al. (See Brunell, Mineheart, assignor.) 

Furnace, Victor A., et al. (See Brunell, Mineheart, assignor.) 

Furnas, Robert W., Indianapolis, Ind. Ice-cream freezer. ..- 

Furness, George, and J. Robertshaw, Manchester, county of Lancaster, England. Curtain- 
roller - 



Furney, Elliott E., assignor to G. B. Allen, St. Louis, Mo. Capstan 

Furrer, Joseph, Toledo, Ohio. Artificial leg 

Furst & Bradley Manufacturing Company. (Sec Biadley, Byron C, assignor.) 

Furst & Bradley Manufacturing Company. (See Hague. Charles A., assignor.) 

Fuson, William T\, assignor of one-half to A. Walliker, Griswold, Iowa. Attachment for beds 

Fussell, Mordecai T., New Yoik, N Y. Non-hoat-conducting envelope for ice-cream, &c. . 

Fussell, William L., Philadelphia, Pa. Hmbrella and parasol 

Fnsz. Paul A. (See Barrett, Robert, assignor.) 
Fye, Theodore H. (See Belknap and Fyc.) 

Fyfe, A lexander, and T. Eawson, Paterson, N. J. Pump 

Gaar, Scott & Company. (See Campbell, Howard, assignor.) 

Gable, Frederic S., Glen Rock, Pa. Mechanism for converting motion 

Gabus, Emile H , Stry ker, Ohio. Crosscut-saw 

Gabus, E:nile H, Stryker, Ohio. Saw 

Gactje, John, Fort Wayne, Ind. Foot-railing for counters 

Gaff'oy, John F. and G. W. Cook, New Haven, Conn. Rifle-s'iht 

Gage, Chapman E.. assignor to himself and J. L. Knudtson, Whitehall, Wis. Grain-screen. 

Gage, Ira B., Dowagiac" Mich. Sheaf-carrier 

Gage, James E. (Sco Farrington, James M., assignor.) 

Gage, James L., assignor of one-half to N. Mears, Chicago, 111. Wood-cutting machine. - . 

Gage, John. (See Bridges, David A., assignor ) 

Gage, Morgan L., Vassar, Mich. Attachment for emptying tea-chests 

Gage, Parker W., trustee. (See Tomlinson and Balch, assignors.) 

Gager, Oliver A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Oval or circular dish made from ceramic material or 
glass . 



Gaillard, E. Neilson, New York, N. Y. Speaking-tube 

Gaines, James P., Kuttawa, Ky. Car-coupling 

Gain ford. Thomas. (See Plum'mer and Gainford.) 

Gairaud, Louis, Santa Clara, Cal. Tree-planter 

Gaiiaud, Louis, Santa Clara, Cal. Laud-marker 

Galasbnn, William A. (See Gass and Galasbau.) 

Galbrailh, Archimedes, Amadoro, Mich. Felly-tightener — 

Galbraitb, Archimedes, Amadore, Mich. Tire-tightener 

Gale, Curtis J., et al. (See Van Slyko, James M., assignor.) 
Gale, Horatio, Albion, Mich. Horse hay-rake 



No. 



290,984 
282,302 
270,581 
280,127 
284,023 
272,874 

274,753 

278,232 
287,531 
277,837 
275,375 



278,425 

282,513 

289,825 
280.733 
281,050 
10,398 
288.991 
290,028 

286,805 
286,806 
290,075 
283,094 
286,920 

287,374 
277,561 

276,387 

284,547 

276,799 

284,957 

274,584 

282,451 

274,754 

283,478 

280,734 

286,194 
290,029 
277,562 



277,563 
271,098 
288,566 



285,402 



290,566 
271,0.-6 
277,021 
285,403 
290,225 
287,157 
282, 303 

272,038 

280,108 



275,033 
285,120 
270,412 



Date. 



Dec. 25 

July 31 

Jan. 16 

Oct. 2 
Sept. 11 

Feb. 27 

Mar. 27 

May 22 

Oct. 30 

May 15 

Apr. 10 



May 29 

Aug. 7 

Dec. 11 

July 3 

July 10 

Oct. 30 

Nov. 27 

Dec. 11 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 
Dec. 25 
Aug. 14 
Oct: 16 

Oct. 23 
May 15 

Apr. 24 

Sept. 4 

May 1 

Sept. 11 

Mar. 27 

July 31 

Mar. 27 

Aug. 21 

July 3 

Oct. 9 
Dec. 11 
May 15 



May 15 
Feb. 
Nov. 13 



Sept. 25 

Dec. 18 
Jan. 23 
May 8 
Sept. 25 
Dec. 18 
Oct. 30 
July 31 



Feb. 13 



June 20 



Apr. 3 
Sept. 18 
Jan. 9 



283,591 Aug. 21 
287.118 Oct. 23 



270,413 

281,485 



£90,411 



Jan. 9 
July 17 

Dee. 18 



Monthly 
volume. 



2065 

2490 

928 

424 

508 

1049 

1941 

2107 

2211 

1016 

666 



2381 
44 

564 

477 

870 

2575 

1500 

816 

1289 
1290 
1653 
738 
1436 



2015 
1297 

1953 

469 

346 

977 
1747 
2687 
1942 
1221 

479 

509 

817 
1298 



568 
684 
268 
110 
160 
401 

540 

580 
600 
441 

178 



650 

13 

158 
135 
244 
692 
416 
230 

349 
349 

456 
207 
394 



548 
348 

541 

133 

92 

275 

485 
737 
540 
343 

135 

140 
230 
231 
319 



Official 
Gazette. 



1290 | 349 23 
23 
25 



130 

975 


iff 

268 


1525 


429 


1519 
1517 
644 
1520 
1059 
2393 
2491 


418 
437 
168 
430 
297 
645 
684 


564 


f 152 
) 153 


1C04 


530 


203 

1188 

706 


54 
333 
209 


1357 
1696 


379 
464 


707 
14^8 


209 
394 


1292 


360 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



119 



Xainc, residence, and invention. 



Galentine, Elias C, assignor of one-half to T. B. Lee, Bourbon, and D. L. Dickinson, Ply- 
mouth, Ind. Car-coupling 

(lalivau. David, and J. C. Manning. Buffalo, N. T. Fire-escape 

Gallagher. Patrick. New York, N. Y. Machine for scrubbing floors 

Gallaher, John S., assignor to himself and M. C. Millar, Washington, D. C. Roller-skate.. 

Gallaher, Lorinda, Wheeling, W. Va. Hoop-skirt 

( rallaher, Loi inda, Wheeling, W. Va. Fruit-jar 

Gallahue. Alpheus C. Rhinebeck, N. Y. Valve-gear for steam-engines 

Galland, Bonham. Gold Hill, Kev. Cabinet steam-bath 

Gallat, Thiebcaud, Cincinnati, Ohio. Catch-basin 

Gallentine, Abraham D., Marion, Ind. Combined register and ventilator 

( J-alley , James G., Forest Gate, county of Essex, England. Furnace lire-bar 

Gailiuant. Adolphe, Roslyn, N. Y. Car-buffer 

( iallinant, Adolphe, Roslyn, N. Y. Regulator for controlling the descent of elevator-cars. . 

Gallia, Rudolph P., Hartibid, Conn. Combined instrument for leveling, surveying. &c 

Galloway, Chailes J., and J. H. Beckwith, Manchester, county of Lancaster, England. 
Governor for sieam-engines 

Galloway. James W., Bolton, county of Lancaster, England. Forcing and mixing pump . . 

Galloway, John, New York, N. Y. Stenographic machine .'. 

Gallup, John W., Denison, Tex. Manufacture of artificial stone 

Gallup Novelty Works. (See Gallup and Churchill, assignors.) 

Gallup, William II., and L. Churchill, assignors to Gallup Novelty Works, Troy, N. Y. 
Shirt-waist 

Gallup, William H., and L. Churchill, assignors to Gallup Novelty Works, Troy, N. Y. 
Shirt-waist 



Gaily, Merritt, New York, N. Y. Mechanical musical instrument 

Gaily, Merrilt, New York, N. Y. Mechanical musical instrument 

Gaily, Merritt, New York, N. Y. Stop -movement for printing, embossing 



and power 



presses 



Galny, Augustus, Galveston, Tex. Abdominal supporter 

Galpcn, Horace. (Seo Livermore, Edward, assignor.) 

Galster, Gabriel J. W., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for cutting forms from a layer or lay- 
ers of fibrous or other material 

Gait, Thomas A., ct al. (See Johnson. AYilliam H\, assignor.) 

Galvin. John. (Seo Galvin, Thaddeus and J.) 

Galvin, John W., Portsmouth, Ohio. Mold for casting 

Galvin, Thaddeus, Detroit. Mich. Water-gage 

Galvin. Thaddeus and J.. Detroit, Mich. Valve 

Galwey & Bainbridge. (See Sturgeon, Thomas, assignor.) 

O amble, Henry E., assignor of one-half to 0. H. Mann, Evanston, HI. Thill-coupliDg 

Gamble, John E., East Liverpool. Ohio. Brick-kiln 

Gamble. William, el al. (See Aldrich. Wales, assignor.) 

Ganibllee, Jeuleos. and J. F. Haring, Cresskill, assignors to themselves and J. H. Huyler, 
Tenafl v. N. J. Car-axle 

Gainewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Company. (See Wood, Frank B.. assignor.) 

Gamgee, Sampson, Birmingham, county of Warwick, assignor to W. B. Robinson, Wheat 
Bridge Mills. New Brampton, England. Manufacture of fabrics for surgical and medical 
dressing 



Gandolfo. Joseph, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for manufacturing bicarbonate of soda . . . 

Gaudy, Cornelius T., Bridgeton, N. J. Fifth-wheel plate 

Gandy, Felix T., Rubens. Nans. Harrow 

Gaudy, Lewis C, Humboldt, Nebr. Grading-machine 

Gandy. Maurice, Liverpool, county of Lancaster, England^ Sewing-machine 

Gano, John A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Furnace for locomotive end other boilers 

Oano, John A.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Furnace for locomotive and other boilers. (Reissue) . . . 

Gano. Nathan L., Fernandina, Fla. Saw-tooth swage 

Ganss, Henry, assignor of one-half to L. Loewns and M. Follz, New York, N. Y. Muff. . 

Gangs, Jacob, Brooklyn, assignor to himself and J. Blackwood, New York, N. Y. Alarm 
mechanism for clocks 

Ganster, George P.. Reading. Pa. Clock and watch spring 

Gauster, George P.. Readiug, Pa. Apparatus for winding clocks by air-currents 

Ganger. George P.. Reading, Pa. Clock-escapement 

Ganster, George P., Reading, Pa. Time mechanism for lighting and extinguishing illumi- 
nating-fluids 

Gantert. Hermann A., San Francisco. Cal. Water-hrator 

Gants, William H. (See Milne and Gants.) (Reissue.) 

(lanrborn. Philip, Washington, 111. Stirrup for riding-safldlcs 

Garbutt. Cameron W. (See Stephenson, M. Elmer, assignor.) 

Garcean, Gideon, Holyoke, Mass. Spool-clutch for paper-machines 

Garcean, Tretfle. (See Therrien, Louis C, assignor.) 

GarceloD, Charles C., and W. A. Woods, Santa Cruz, Cal. Rotary engine 

Garcet & Nisius P. (See Bloch. Baruch. assignor.) 

Gard. William E., Baltimore, Md. Lead-pencil case 

Gardair. Felix, and T. Gladysz, Marseilles, France. Manufacture of anhydrous alumina . . 

Gardam, Frederick W.. el al. (See Gardam, Joseph, assignor.) 

Gardani. Joseph, assignor of two-thirds to F. W. and W. Gardam, Brooklyn, N. Y. T- 
inare 



Gardam. William, et al. (See Gardam. Joseph, assignor.) 

Gardanier. George W., Brooklyn. N. Y. Polarized relay for quadruplex telegraphs 

Gardanier, George W.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Duplex and multiplex telegraphy 

Gardanier, George W.. New York. N. Y. Duplex and quadruplex telegraph 

Garden City Fan Company, rt al. (See Green. William W., assignor.) 

Gardiner, Charles B.. Raynham, assignor of one-lialf to Leeds, Robinson 6c Co., Boston, 

Mass. Match-making machine 

Gardiner. Chailes B., Raynham, assignor of one-half to Leeds, Robinson & Co., Boston, 

Mass. Match-card 

Gardiner, Charles O . assignor to P. P. Mast & Company. Springfield, Ohio. Grain-drill . 

Gardiner, William I.. Seymour. Ind. Screw show-case 

Gardner, Adrian K. (See Maltby and Garduer.) 
Gardner. Albert M. 'See Barber, D. Fletcher, assignor.) 

Gardner. AlfonsG., New- Orleans. La. Finger-expvcisina device for pianis's 

Gardner, Fred. W., Chicago, 111., and M. B. Mills, Detroit, Mich. Coal hod or scuttle 



No. 



279,485 
285,808 
271,830 
287,820 
277,263 
278,530 
275.376 
270,564 
279,374 
282,977 
270,582 
278,328 
287,922 
272,231 

289,246 
275,632 
288,419 
290,765 



289,639 

289,640 
279,933 

282,877 

287.821 
284. £31 



288,049 



284.407 
2-9.144 
283.479 

288,992 
273,354 



273,506 



282.624 
279,145 
281,357 
284.832 
288,420 
2^2.025 
274.482 
10.396 
280.598 
272,380 

277,702 
286,417 
286,418 
286,419 

289,826 
278,123 

281,861 

274,483 

280,027 

276,800 

282,878 

285,404 

275.185 
280,028 

283,995 



270,783 

280,810 
271.445 
273,834 



272,951 
271,699 



Date. 



June 12 
Oct. 2 
Feb. 6 
Nov. 6 
May 8 
May 29 
Apr. 10 
Jan. 9 
June 12 
Aug. 14 
Jan. 16 
Mav 29 
Nov. 6 
Feb. 13 

Nov. 27 
Apr. 10 
Nov. 13 
Dec. 25 



Dec. 4 

Dec. 4 
June 26 
Aug. 7 

Nov. 6 
Sept. 11 

Nov. 6 



Sept. 4 
June 12 
Aug. 21 

Nov. 27 
Mar. 6 



Mar. 



Aug. 7 

June 12 

July 17 

S. p't. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

July 

Feb. 



May 15 

Oct, 9 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 9 

Dec. 11 

May 22 

July 24 

Mar. 27 

June 26 

May 1 
Aug. 7 

Sept, 25 

Apr. 3 
June 26 

Aug. 28 



Jan. 16 

July 10 
Jan. 30 
Mar. 13 



Feb. 27 
Feb. 6 



Monthly 
volume. 



1095 

31 

296 

36 

925 

2509 
668 
906 
963 
591 
929 

2256 
166 
801 

1812 

1003 

800 

1778 



331 

333 

1633 
483 

38 
826 



304 
081 
1222 

1507 
152 



334 



302 

11 

81 

11 

251 

685 

178 

261 

267 

167 

269 

618 

48 

223 

501 
271 

217 



92, 93 

93 

C458 

)459 

136 

12 

230 



85 
186 
344 

417 
42, 43 



90 



682 


187 


1274 


354 


827 


230 


802 


218 


182 


53 


1620 


449 


2051 


557 


312 


87 


993 


277 


1458 


393 


802 


217 


803 


217 


805 


217 


566 


158 


1909 


540 


1925 


526 


1622 


450 


1752 


492 


347 


93 


484 




1527 


430 


392 


107 


1753 


492 


1845 


C520 
{521 


1187 


343 


590 


165 


2010 


580 


709 


208 


1742 


487 


136 


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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly- 
volume. 



bo 

u 

n 



Official 
Gazette. 



Gardner, Frederick A., assignor of one-half to R. Dunbar & Son, Buffalo, N. Y. Oiler for 

machinery 

Gardner, Frederick N. (See Woodbridge, James E., assignor.) 

Gardner, George F., et al. (See Lennon, Sayres N, assignor.) 

Gardner Governor Company. (See Gardner, Robert W., assignor.) 

Gardner, John, assignor to Winchester Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. 

Punching and drawing press 

Gardner, John, assignor to "Winchester Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. 

Holder for packing cartridges 

Gardner, Joseph W., Shelburne Falls, Mass. Knife 

Gardner, Marshall, assignor to T. H. Ball, H. Prenzlauer, and S. Florsheim, Chicago, HI. 

Machine for crimping andprepaiing elastic fabrics 

Gardner, Perry G., Jr., J. W. Le Boy, and G. K. Tinker, North Adams, Mass. Electrical 

conductor 

Gardner, Robert W., assignor to Gardner Governor Company, Quincy, 111. Governor 

Gardner, Rufus D. (See Cross, Freeman H, assignor.) 

Gardner, Schuyler S., Chicago, HI. Rotary plow 

Gardner, Spencer, Adderbury, England. Ratchet-drill 

Gardner, William, London, England. Breech-loader :....■ 

Gardner, William, London, England. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Gardner, WilliamF., Baltimore, Md. Time-controlling system 

Gareis, Frank, Buffalo, N. Y. Bung for racking-barrels 

Garfield, AlbertG., Chicago, HI. Halter 

Garfield, Charles L., Albany, N. Y. Extinguishing fires 

Garfield, John B., Elyria, Ohio. Clothes-line hook 

Garfield Manufacturing Company. (See Stender, Charles F. G., assignor.) 

Garigues, Samuel S., et al. (See Eddy, Romulus A., assignor.) 

Garland, Howard P., San Quentin, Cal. Bag-sewing machine 

Garland, James, Philadelphia, Pa. Saw-set : . . 

Garland, James, and J. Kenyon, Lynchburg, Va. Lubricating journal-bearings 

Garland, James, and J. Kenyon, Lynchburg, Va. Car-axle box 

Garland, Milton H, Everett, Mass. Filling' cans 

Garnar, George W. (See Hopkins, Joseph W., assignor.) 

Garner, Allen, Mobile, Ala. Device for hacking trees in gathering turpentine 

Garretson, Albert D., Buffalo, N. Y. Current-motor 

Garretson, Albert D. , assignor to C. H. Habberkorn, Detroit, Mich. Caster- wheel 

Garretson Ruffler Company. (See Garretson, Thomas B., assignor.) 

Garretson Ruffler Company. (See Grotz, Charles, assignor.) 

Garretson, Thomas B , assignor to Garretson Ruffler Company, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Ruffling 
attachment for sewing-machines 

Garrett, Davis, assignor of one-half to A. Gordon, Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacturing head- 
light reflectors 

Garrett, Henry, assignor of one-half to W. W. Mosby, Richmond, Mo. Lifting-jack 

Garrett, Jackson B., Eagle Springs, assignor of one-half to M. Surratt, Waco, Tex. Car- 



coupling . 



Vacuum-pump . 



Buffer 

Pumping mechanism for supplying railway-tanks . . . 

Pneumatic door-bell 

Pump 

Air-pump 

Time-signal and train -indicator 

Sulky-plow. 



Garrett, William, Cleveland, Ohio. Rolling-mill plant 

Garrick, Thomas, Providence, R. I. Check hook or terret 

Garrigues, Frank L., Newark, N. J. Necktie-fastening 

Garrigus, Lewis C. (See Wood, William B., assignor.) 

Garrison, David, et al. (See Donoglme, William, assignor.) 

Garrison, William F., assignor to Guild & Garrison, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Garrott, Joseph C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Floor-scrubbing machine 

Garsed, Joshua, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for reeling yarns, &c . . 

Garsed, Robert P., Norristown, Pa. Car-signal 

Garsed, Robert P., Norristown, Pa. 

Garsed, Robert P., Norristown, Pa. 

Garsed, Robert P., Norristown, Pa. 

Garsed, Robert P., Norristown, Pa. 

Garsed, Robert P., Norristown, Pa. 

Garsed, Robert P., Norristown, Pa. 

Garst, Stephen H, Greenville, Ohio. ,. 

Garstang, Richard, St. Louis, Mo. Rendering-tank 

Garstang, Richard, St. Louis, Mo. Steam-boiler 

Garth, Walter G., Lodebar, Va. Wagon-jack 

Gartner, Adolph, Jersey City. N. J., assignor to himself and C. O. Baese, New York, N. Y. 
Lock-bin ge 

Gartner, Albert. (See Dillon and Gartner.) 

Gartner, Charles A., Jersey City, N. J. Stereoscope 

Gartner, John, Dallas, Tex. Screw-propeller 

Gartrell, Mary G., Indianola, Iowa. Top-extension step-ladder 

Gartside, Joseph H, assignor of two-thirds to W. F. Anil and E. Martin, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Dumping-car '. 

Garver, David L., Hart, Mich. Fire-escape 

Garver, Samuel H, Decatur, Dl. Portable straw-stacker , 

Garver, Wesley B., and E. Varian; said Varian assignor to said Garver, and said Garver 
assignor of one-half to J. W. Fletcher, Philadelphia, Pa. Tent-frame 

Garvie, George D., New York, N. Y. Sewing-machine 

Garvin & Co., E. E. (See Bergb, Bror F., assignor.) 

Gaskell, Holbrook, Jr. (See Carey, Gaskell, and Hurter.) 

Gaskell, Holbrook, Jr., and F. Hurter, Widnes, county of Lancaster, England. Manufac- 
ture of bicarbonate of soda 

Gasliill, Harvey F., Lockport, N. Y. Steam pumping-engine 

Gaskill, Harvey F., Lockport, N. Y. Steam-motor engine 



Gaskill, Harvey F., Lockport, N. Y. Geared pumping-engine 

Gaskins, Hiram. (See Spencer, George N, assignor.) 

Gass, William G., and W. A. Galashan, Philadelphia, Pa. Mechanical movement 

Gass, William G.. and W. A. Galashan, Philadelphia, Pa. Friction-clutch 

Gasser, Edward, West Troy, N. Y. Hoisting apparatus 

Gassett, Oscar, Boston, Mass. Electric locking mechanism for switch and signal levers. . 

Gassett, Oscar, Boston, Mass. Railway signal locking apparatus 

Gassett, Oscar, Boston, Mass. Railway signal apparatus 



280,029 



271,831 

285,992 
280,599 

290,030 

271,832 
287,822 

285,809 
273,676 
281,862 
285,993 

287,015 

272,039 
286,602. 
283,996 
281,260 



283,095 
282,304 
274,755 
278,698 
284,408 

273,061 
283,769 
282,626 



272,423 

282,879 
273,507 

284,624 
289,524 
275,817 
287,119 



280,600 
282,713 
280,601 
276,801 
278,007 
282,070 
282 186 
285,477 
289,641 
290,766 
273,508 
271,700 
281,051 
276,236 

280,462 

283,997 
274,307 
272,540 

280,735 
289,080 
288,224 

288,938 
271,978 



276,020 
281,261 
282,071 

289,828 



273,509 
275,186 
273,835 

283,231 

283,232 

289,827 



June 26 



Feb. 6 

Oct. 2 

July 3 

Dec. 11 

Feb. 6 

Nov. 6 

Oct. 2 

Mar. 6 

July 24 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 23 

Feb. 13 

Oct. 16 

Aug. 28 

July 17 



Aug. 14 
July 31 
Mar. 27 
June 5 
Sept. 4 

Feb. 27 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 7 



Feb. 20 



Aug. 
Mar. 



Sept. 11 
Dec. 4 
Apr. 17 
Oct. 23 



July 3 
Aug. 7 
July 3 
May 1 
May 22 
July 31 
July 31 
Sept. 25 
Deo. 4 
Dec. 25 
Mar. 6 
Feb. 6 
July 10 
Apr. 24 

July 3 

Aug. 28 
Mar. 20 
Feb. 20 

July 3 
Nov. 27 
Nov. 13 

Nov. 20 
Feb. 6 



Apr. 17 
July 17 
July 31 

Deo. 11 

Mar. 6 
Apr. 3 
Mar. 13 

Aug. 14 

Aug. 14 
Dec. 11 



1754 



297 

261 
313 

820 

299 
40 

33 

562 

1926 

263 

1563 

566 
1033 
1849 
1156 



739 

2492 

1943 

28 

305 



1577 
185 



1060 

485 
334 

568 

190 

1246 

1697 



314 

297 

315 

348 

1826 

2186 

2351 

1612 

333 

1778 

335 

137 

877 

1756 

163 

1850 
1368 
1203 

480 
1618 
536 

1437 
484 



1484 
1156 
2187 

571 



337 
394 
770 

905 

907 

568 



493 



81 

74 
87 

231 

81 
12 

11,12 

149 

526 

74 

C431 

J432 

153 

280 

521 

319 



207 

684 

540 

8 

85 

525 
445 
54 



298 

136 
91 

161 

53,54 

343 

404 



88 

84 

,88 

93 

499 

600 

648 

452 

93 

491 

91 

38 

244 

488 

44 

522 
375 
336 

136 
448 
149 

396 
131 



409 

319 

601 

C 159 

i 160 

91 
108 
209 
C252 
\ 253 
253 
159 



23 



23 

25 
24 

25 

23 
25 

25 
23 
24 

25 

[25 

23 
25 

24 
24 



24 
24 
23 
23 

24 



24 
24 



23 

24 
23 

24 
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23 

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24 
24 
24 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
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23 
23 
24 
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23 
23 

24 

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25 

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23 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
AlpMbetical list of patentees — Continued. 



121 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Gassctt, Oscar, Boston, Mass., assignor to Union Switch and SigDal Company, Hartford, 
Conn., and Pittsburg, Pa. Electro-pneumatic railway-signal 

Gassett, Oscar, and I. Fisher, Boston, Mass., assignors to Union Switch and Signal Com- 
pany, Pittsburg, Pa. Electric interlocking switch and signal 

Gast, L., et al. (See Waugh, Johnson S., assignor.) 

Gaston. George B... and C. H. Grant, Fowlerville, Mich. "Whiffletree 

Gaston, Oliver B., Elizabeth, N. J. Safety device for elevators 

Gatehouse, Tom E., CambcrweU, county of Surrey, England. Incandescent electric lamp 

Gates. Georgo S.. Athol, Mass. Harness-trace 

Gates, Georgo W., assignor to C. B. Judd, Grand Eapids, Mich. Carpet-sweeper 

Gates. Georgo W., assignor of two-thirds to A. B. 'Watson and J. A. McK.ee, Grand Eapids, 
Mich. Carpet-sweeper 

Gates, Lewis A. (See Brown and Gates.) 

Gates, Philetns W., Chicago, HI. Stone breaking and crushing machine 

Gates, Philetus W., Chicago, HI. Stone breaker and crusher 

Gates, Philetns W., assignor to Gates & ScovilleHon "Works, Chicago, HI. Stone-breaking 
machine 

Gates, Ryerson D., Chicago, HI. Pulverizing-machine 

Gates. Eyerson D., Chicago, HI. Pulverizing-machine 

Gates, Ryerson D., Chicago, 111. Pulverizing-machine 

Gates. Rverson H. , Chicago, HI. Pulverizing-machine 

Gates & Scoville Iron Works. (See Gates, Philetns W., assignor.) 

Gates, Thomas, assignor of one-half to H. C. Cannon and J. W. Adams, Belfast, Term. Car- 

conplinsr 

Gates, Virgil A., and M. Levi, Charleston, W. Va. Street-pavement 

Gathmann, Louis, Chicago, HI. Mill disk dress 

Gathmann, Lonis, Chicago, HI. Manufacture of flour from grain 

Gathmann, Lonis, Chicago, HI. Machine for cleaning split gram 

Gathright, Albert P., assignor of one-half to W. C. Potts, Nicholson, Ga. Machine, fori 
sharpening ein-saws ; 

Gatlins Gun Company. (See Accles, James G., assignor.) 

Gatton, Benjamin H.'Bath, 111. Grain-car door 

Gauehot, Paul E., Paris. France, assignor to Yolpp, Schwarz & Co., Friedberg, Germany. - ! 
Machine for grinding drinking glasses, goblets, etc J 

Ganer, Friedrich A., Hamburg, Germany. Horseshoe '. 

Gaume, Charles J. B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fishing-tackle 

Gans, Henry B., Jr. (See Mark, Henry J., assignor.) 

Gaus, Henry B. , Jr. , St. Louis, Mo. Bos-matcher machine 

Gause, James E., Brownsville, Tenn. Steam-whistle 

Gause, Thomas A., Moss Point. Miss. Umbrella-holder 

Gause, William, Fort Wayne, Ind. Eeaping-machine 

Gauge, William, Fort Wayne, Ind. Pitman-connection for mowers, &c 

Gauss, William T. (See Wortbington, James K., assignor.) 

Gavard, Adonis N., and H. Millon. Paris, France. Cartridge-case for needle-guns 

Gavitt, Lorenzo D., Los Angeles, Cal. Cultivator-blade 

Gay, David G., Pleasant Hill, Oreg. Buckle 

Gay, Edgar A., et al. (See Shamp, George W., assignor.) 

Gay, Edgar A., Buffalo, N. Y. Boiler for heating buildings 

Gay, Frederick, assignor to Gay, Kimball & Gay, Rutland, Yt. Button 

Gay, Joshua G-, Ottawa, 111. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Gay, Kimball & Gay. (See Gay, Frederick, assignor.) 

Gay. William A., assignor of one-half to J. Otto, Buffalo, N. Y. Boiler-flue scraper 

Gay, William A., Tonawanda, assignor of one-half to J. Otto, Buffalo, N. Y. Ozone-generator 

Gay, William B. S. (See Kauffer and Serson, assignors.) 

Gaylord, Edward L., Bridgeport, Conn. Machine for planing the beveled ends of moldings 

Gaylord, Edward L., Bridgeport, Conn. Picture-mat-cutting machine 

Gaylord, Edward L., Bridgeport, Conn. Machine for cutting moldings 

Gaylord, Frederick L. (See Peck and Gaylord.) 

Gaynor &. Fitzgerald et al. (See Gaynor, ThomaB F., assignor.) 

Gaynor. Thomas F. , New Haven, assignor to L. Strauss, Middleton, and Gaynor & Fitzger- 

aid, New Haven, Conn. Corset-clasp 

Gaytte, Leon. (See Arnaud and Gaytte.) 

Gazaille, Henry, Manchester, N. H., assignor of one-half to F. A. Edwards, Lawrence, 

Mass. Pneumatic cash -transmitter 

Geach, Jolrn B. (See Hart and Geach.) 

Gear, Giles, Cleveland, Ohio. Guard for excluding air from ice-chambers 

Gearing, Charles, assignor of seven-eighths to S. Harper, Pittsburg, Pa., H. P. Cooke, L. 

M. Hbsea, and C. F. Hesser, Cincinnati, Ohio. Steam-boiler or other furnace 

Geary, Bailey W., Brockton, Mass. Die for cutting shoe-uppers 

Geary, John, assignor of one-half to G. Marx, Philadelphia, Pa. Safety -pocket 

Gebby, John, Jr., Bellefontaino, Ohio. Railway-switch 

Gebhart, John F., New Albany, Ind. Weighing apparatus for carding-engines 

Gebhart, John F., ?sew Albany, Ind. Feeding mechanism for carding-engines 

Gedce, Sydney, et al.. executors. (See Henley, WiUiam T.) 

Gedney, James W., New York, N. Y. Feed-bag 

Gchr. John C. (See Zellcr, Thomas B., assignor.) 

Gehrig. Joseph K. (See Prinz, Faustin, assignor.) 

Gearing, Jacob, RidgevQle Corners, Ohio. Combined saw jointer, set, and gage 

Gehrte, John F.. Plattville, 111. Seed-planter 

Gehrke, John F., Plattville, 111. Sulky-plow 

Geibel, Jacob, and E. G. Price, Montgomery, Ala. Side-bar vehicle 

Geiex, Joseph, Allegheny, Pa. Fanning machinery 

Geiger, An; on, Buffalo. N. Y. Ice-creeper 

Geiger, Charles A., Springfield. Ohio. Seeding-machine, cultivator, and harrow 

Geiger, Cbanncey B., et at. (See JJoore and Jackson, assignors.) 
Geiger, Conrad. (See Schellcnhcrger, Charles G., assignor.) 
Geiger, Conrad J., et al. (Sec Moore and Jackson, assignors.) 

Geiger, Conrad J. and W. T. Moore, Ashley, 111. ; said Geiger assignor of one-third to said 
Moore. Fire-escape 



276,021 Apr. 17 



276,138 

285,121 
288,325 
284,409 
289,403 
284,833 

285,745 

279,146 
279,147 

272,233 

270,217 

286,290 
287,658 
288,050 



287,759 
285,746 
274,116 
278,531 

283,480 
290,031 



289,247 

284,834 

270,784 
272,232 

288,567 
286,420 
278,124 
274,931 
286,603 

276,022 
282,880 
279,148 

273.718 
283,233 
272,678 

274,756 
287,760 

286,421 
286,422 
286,423 



288,171 

279,090 

271,623 

276,576 
279,375 
274,092 
281,486 
273,980 

285,608 
285,252 

285,609 

276,388 

288,993 
287,016 
273,719 
282,305 
270,414 



Apr. 17 

Sept. 18 
Nov. 13 
Sept. 4 
Dec. 4 
Sept. 11 

Sept. 25 

June 12 
June 12 

Feb. 13 

Jan. 9 

Oct. 9 
Oct. 30 
Nov. 6 



Oct. 30 
Sept. 25 
Mar. 20 
May 29 

Aug. 21 
Dec. 11 

Nov. 27 

Sept. 11 

Jan. 16 
Feb. 13 

Nov. 13 
Oct. 9 

May 22 
Apr.. 3 
Oct. 16 

Apr. 17 
Aug. 7 
June 12 

Mar. 13 
Aug. 14 
Feb. 20 

Mar. 27 
Oct. 30 

Oct. 9 
Oct. 9 
Oct. 9 



Nov. 6 



June 
Feb. 



May 1 
June 12 
Mar. 13 
July 17 
Mar. 13 

Sept. 25 
Sept. 18 

Sept. 25 

Apr. 24 

Nov. 27 

Oct. 23 

Mar. 13 

July 31 

Jan. 9 



409 

450 

333 

184 

85 

11 

231 

551 

187 
187 

224 

;i36 

i 137 

173 

645 

92 



682 
551 
310 



290,567 Dec. 18 



1486 

1632 

1188 
670 
306 
37 

827 

1948 

683 
685 

804 



650 

23P3 

328 



2530 
1949 
1125 
2510 

1224 
821 



1812 

828 

1190 
803 

976 
806 

1970 
60 

1034 

1490 
486 
685 

611 

909 
1378 

1944 
2532 

807 



809 



464 

586 

48 

44 
963 
1084 
1438 
945 

1770 
1342 

1772 

1956 

1507 
1567 

612 
2493 

709 



1520 418 25 



(344 
$345 
(231 

I 2:-;2 

501 
(231 
$232 

343 

224 

269 
218 
540 
16,17 
280 

410 

130 
187 

164 

253 
387 

541 
682 

(218 
) 219 
219 
(219 
>220 



160 
13 

13 

267 
298 
394 
260 
(501 
$502 

378 



23 

23 

24 
25 
24 
25 
24 

24 

23 
23 

23 



25 
25 
25 



25 
24 
23 
23 

>24 



25 

1 24 

23 
23 

25 
25 
23 

21 
25 

23 
24 
23 

23 
24 
23 

23 

25 

>25 
25 
► 25 



25 

23 

23 

23 
23 
23 
24 

23 

•24 
24 



502 


24 


(541 
$542 


^23 


417 


25 


432 


25 


164 


23 


685 


24 


210 


23 



122 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Geiger, George L., Philadelphia, Pa. Presser-foot door-opener 

Geiger, Jacob, Bucyrus, Ohio. Soldering eaves-troughs 

Geigei\ Jacob, Bucyrus, Ohio. Stand for kettles 

Geise, George A. (See Baldwin and Geise.) 

Geisen, Nicholas, Hanover Centre, Ind. "Work-rest for wood-turning lathes 

Geishaker, John P., Hammouton, N. J. Clothes and towel rack 

Geisinger, John. (See Steinmetz, Philipp, assignor.) 
Geisinger, John. (See Steinmetz and Geisinger.) 

Geisler, Robert, assignor to Knauth & Co , Leipsie, Germany. Umbrella and parasol 

Geisler, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Music-leaf turner ... 1 

Geissinger, Freeman J., Philadelphia, Pa. Cornice 

Geissler, William F. . Comfort. Tex. Calf-weaner 

Geist, Herman F., Cleveland, Ohio. Window-screen 

Gelineau, Charles L., Webster, Mass. Swing 

Gendron, Peter, Toledo, Ohio. Expanding reamer 

Genin, John R, assignor of one-half to ('. N. Hair, Worcester, Mass. Hose-coupling 

Gensch, Charles E.. New York, N. Y. Life-preserver 

Gentesse, Camille, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Wringer and mangle for clothes 

Gentle, George, London, county of Middlesex, England. Bedstead- 

Gentsler, Michael M. , Heidlersburg, Pa. Gate 

George, Andrew J., Pulaski, and T. B. Turpin, Bloomfield, Iowa. Car-coupling 

George, Frank. (See Stark and George.) 

George, John S., Bridgeport, Conn. Spring-scale 

George, Nathan M., Banbury, Conn. Dust-guard for car-axle boxes 

George, Samson W.. Chester, N. J. Pump-piston 

Georges, John J., Washington, D. C. Corn and bunion shield 

Gerard, Alonzo, Austin, Tex. Copy -holder 

Gerard, George L., New Haven, Conn. Truss-pad 

Gerber, Charles, York, Pa. Combined shirt-collar and necktie 

Gerber, Joseph. (See Williams, Henry B., assignor.) 
Gerdenier, Charles A. (See Dean and Whiting, assignors.) 

Gerdom, Gregory, West Troy, N. Y. Drying or moisture-extracting apparatus 

Gere, Theodore D., Owego, N. Y. Fertilizer-distributer 

Gerhard, William. (See Howell, William G., assignor.) 

Gerhauser, George M., Baltimore. Md. Hose-coupling 

Gerken, Franz, assignorto himself and G. Goliasch & Co., Berlin, Germany. Friction-match. 
Gerken, William A. (See Saltsman, George, assignor.) 

Gerlacb, Rudolph P., Cleveland, Ohio. Boiler-flue cleaner 

German. Eliza. Fannin County, Tex. Churn 

Germeyer, William S., assignor of one-half to T. Cornman, Carlisle, Pa. Automatic lubricator. 

Gerot, Emile, Buffalo, N. Y. Fire-escape 

Gerrard, John. (See Bullock. Lovell D., assignor.) 

Gerritson, Charles S., Waltham. Mass. Car-brake 

Gerry, Allston. trustee. (See Bapp, Alraire H., assignor.) 

Gerry, James H., Somerville, Mass. Gravity-escapement for clocks 

Gerson, Isidor I., et al. (See Woodruff, Theodore T., assignor.) 
Gerstendorfer, Albert, et al. (See Toussaint, Christian, assignor.) 
Gerstendorfer, Max, et al. (See Toussaint, Christian, assignor.) 

Gerstner, Jacob, Butler, Pa. Harrow 

Gesking, Frederick, Grand Rapids, Mich. Folding table 

Gesuer, James H, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Machine for stretching hat-tips 

Gessner, Ernst, Aue. Saxony, Germany. Cloth-napping machine 

Gessner, Friedrich, Magdeburg, Prussia. Germany. Accordion 

Getchell, George W., assignor of one-half to M. Hardy, Brewer, Me. Boiler feed-regulator 
Getchel, Seth S., Woonsocket, B. L. assignor to Hopedale Machine Company, Hopedale, 

Mass. Mechanism for making sheet-metal cans 

Getleson. Bernard, San Francisco, Cal. Boot 

Getty, William B., and D. Bricker, Hicksville, Ohio. Stove-pipe drum 

Get si, Franklin, Tonawanda, N. Y. Nut-lock 

Geyer, George. Brooklyn. N. Y. Cabbage-cutting machine 

Ghaler, Peter C., assignor of one-half to J. W. Shetter. York, Pa. Wax compound 

Gheen, John S , assignor to M. J. Wine, Washington, D. C. File-case 

Ghio. Enoch G., etal. (See Lewis, George W., assignor.) 

Gholson, William C, La Orange, Ga. Fence 

Giant Air Injector Manufacturing Company. (See Bonta, James W., assignor.) 

Giant Powder Company (See Nobel, Alfred, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Gibb, Walter, Pittsburg, assignor to himself and A. C. Milliken, Millvale Borough, Pa. 

Rotary steam-engine 

Gibbins, James, Sprinafield, Mass. Friction-clutch 

Gibbins, James. Springfield, Mass. Clutch 

Gibbon, John, U. S. Army. Railway-switch 

Gibbon, Thomas H., assignor of one-half to D. Farlin, Albany, N. Y. Railway-rail joint. . 

Gibbons, David, assignor of one-half to H. H. Mills, Joppa, ind. Gate 

Gibbons, John, assignor to Union Hardware Manufacturing Company, West Troy, N. Y. 

Fastening device for halters 

Gibbons. John, assignor to Union Hardware Manufacturing Company, West Troy, N. Y. 

Soldering-iron 

Gibbons. John, assignor to Union Hardware Manufacturing Company, West Troy, N. Y. 

Strap-fastener for halters ' 

Gibbons, John, assignor to Union Hardware Manufacturing Company, West Troy, N. Y. 

Snap-hook 

Gibbons, John, assignor to Union Hardware Manufacturing Company, West Troy, N. Y. 

Snap-hook 

Gibbons, John, assignor to Union Hardwaro Manufacturing Company, West Troy, N. Y. 

Rope-end fastener 

Gibbons, John, assignor to Union Hardware Manufacturing Company, West Troy, N. Y. 

Halter-loop fastening 

Gibbons, Michael J., Dayton, Ohio. Straight- way valve 

Gibbons, Robinson, Alameda, Cal. Attachment for transits and other surveying-instru- 



No. 



283,770 
271,057 
279,238 

288.994 
275,478 



269,846 
273,062 
271,058 
278,532 
290,568 
270,656 
289,248 
283,771 
282,627 
281,358 
275,187 
286,424 
290,569 

273,720 
285.994 
274,308 
281,487 
281,759 
274.932 
276,023 



273,721 
271,833 

280.169 
285,610 

278,699 
284,625 
280.736 
281,488 

270,300 

280,463 



280,602 
285,995 
277,703 
271,834 
277,264 
274,186 

290.325 
289,525 
274.117 
275,188 
272,132 
274.484 
290,570 

274,118 



284.125 
284,731 
289.219 
278,533 
288,704 
270,565 

278,931 

278,932 

279,561 

276,965 

283,337 

286,807 

286,808 
273,271 



Date. 



Aug. 28 
Jan. 23 
June 12 

Nov. 27 
Apr. 10 



Jan. 2 

Feb. 27 
Jan. 23 
May 29 
Dec. 18 
Jan. 16 
Nov. 27 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 7 
July 17 
Apr. 3 
Oct. 9 
Dec. 18 

Mar. 13 
Oct. 2 
Mar. 20 
July 17 
July 24 
Apr. 3 
Apr. 17 



Mar. 13 
Feb. 6 

June 26 
Sept. 25 

June 5 
Sept. 11 
Julv 3 
July 17 

Jan. 9 

July 3 



July 3 

Oct. 2 

Mav 15 

Feb. 6 

May 8 

Mar. 20 

Dec. 1* 

Dec. 4 

Mar. 20 

Apr. 3 

Feb. 13 

Mar. 27 

Dec. 18 

Mar. 20 



Aug. 28 
Sept. 11 
Nov. 27 
May 29 
Nov. 20 
Jan. 9 

June 5 

June 5 

June 19 

May 1 

Aug. 14 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Mar. 6 



ments ' 275,034 Apr. 



Gibbs, Addison C. (See Forstner, Benjamin, assignor.) 
Gibbs, Addison C. (See Hutchinson, Thomas O., assignor.) 

Gibbs, Charles E., Orange, Mass. Shaft 

Gibbs, Cyienns A., Schenectady, N. Y. Bag-holder 

Gibbs, John C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lighter for loading vessels . 



Monthly 
volume. 



1 285,810 Oct. 2 
284,835 Sept. 11 
275,479 Apr. 10 



1577 
1518 

775 

1508 



33 

1809 

1519 

2512 

1520 

1027 

1813 

1578 

185 

1275 

395 

811 

1522 

613 

266 
1368 
1439 
1795 
63 
1491 



614 
300 

1905 
1772 

30 

569 

481 

1440 

559 

164 



318 
267 

1460 
302 
938 

1207 

1186 
193 

1126 
395 
687 

1623 

1522 

1127 



2031 
708 
1814 
2512 
1154 
907 

391 

392 

1191 

564 

1040 

1291 

1291 
32 

204 



36 
832 

809 



446 
437 
214 

417 
219 



10,11 
525 
438 
685 
418 
295 
501 
446 
54 
354 
108 
220 
419 

165 

74 

■375 

394 

490 
17 

410 



165 

82 

536 
502 

8 
161 
136 
394 

165 

44 



89 

75 

394 

82. P3 

251 

332 

332 

54 

310 

109 

187 



419 
311 



565 
198 
501 
085 
317 
262 

107 

107 

330 

147 

292 

349 

350 
10 

55 



12 
233 
219 



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Gazette. 



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Alphabetical lift of patentees — Contiuued. 



123 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Gibbs, Mablon A. (See Murray and Gibbs.) 

Gibbs, Mason. Homer, Mich. Seed-sower 

Gibbs, Nathan A., Norwich, Conn. Checkbook 

Gibbs. Richard, assignor of one-half to S. ONeil, Coal Valley, Pa. Post-drawing device. . 

Gibbs, Silas. (See Hanlon. Leadley, and Gibbs.)- 

Gibha, William, Canton, Ohio. Bracket for curtain-fixtures 

Gibbs, William H., and G. W. Suook, Popewell, N. J. Combined railway tie and chair. . 

Gibbs. "William W"., New York. N. Y., and J. T. McClintock, Maiden, Mass., assignors to 
XJnited Gas Improvement Company of Pennsylvania. Process of and apparatus for 
manufacturing water-gas 

Giblcr. Mary J., Beloit, Wis. Cleaning compound 

Gibney, James N, assignor of one-half "to D. S., W. H., and R. XT. Bush, Yicksburg, Mich. 
Window-screen 

( ribson, Alexander C, Chicago, 111. Bosom-stretcher and ironing-board 

Gibson, George S., et al. (See Bush, Arthur W., assignor ) 

Gibson, James E., assignor of two-thirds to J. C. Purnell and A. B. Waddington, Winona, 
Miss. Nat-lock 

Gibson, John. Jr., Mottram. county of Chester, and J. Piatt, Manchester, county of Ban-, 
caster. England. Apparatus for soaping and dyeing textile fabrics ' 

Gibson, Joseph H., Lisle, and J. G. Fish. Bingharntori, N. T. Insecticide compound 

i ribson, Margaret S., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for toasting bread and broiling meats, &c 

Gibson. Murray, Philadelphia, Pa. Composition for the ornamentation of walls and ceilings 

Gibson, Murray, Philadelphia, Pa. Composition for the ornamentation of walls and ceilings 

Gibson. Murray. Philadelphia, Pa. Composition forthe ornamentation of walls and ceilings. 

Gibson, Robert, et al. (See Hunter, Alphens S., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Gibson, T. M.. et al. (See Williams, Paul W.. assignor.) 

Gibson, William, et al. (See Vincent. John, Jr., assignor.) 

Gideon, Francis M., Washington, D. C. Vehicle-wheel 

Giel. Franz S., Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to J. Lederle, Tompkinsville, N. T. Elec- 
tric arc lamp 

Giel. Franz S., Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to J. Lederle, Tompkinsville, N. T. Auto- 
matic regulator for dynamo-electric machines 

Rier, John, Adair County, Mo. Fence 

Giers. John. Middlesbrongh-on-Tees, county of York, England. Manufacture of steel 

Giersberg, Gustav. and R. Wirth, New York, N. Y. Ornamenting surfaces of walls, ceil- 
ings, paper-hangings. &c 

GifTard, George W., Odin, Kans. Combined corn-planter and cultivator 

Gilford. Alenza T., assignor to A. B. Searles, Providence, R. I. Magazine electric lamp . . 

Gilford, ChaTles. (See Webber, Elbridge, assignor.) 

Gilford. Ezra N. Cincinnati, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Gifford, George S., assignor to G. H. Curtis, Syracuse, N. Y. Towel-holder. 

Gilford. Harry E., New Bedford, Mass. Funnel. 

Gitford, John Z , New York, N. Y. Hoop-flaring machine 

Gignoux. Charles C. (See Seybold, Frederick J., assignor.) 

Gilam. Acbille, Embresin. Belgium. Evaporating or drying apparatus 

Gilberds. James, Jamestown, N. Y. Fruit-jar 

Gilbrrds. James, Jamestown, N. Y. Frnit-jar 

Gilbert & Barker Manufacturing Company. (See Hovey, Charles F., assignor.) 

Gilbert. Charles A., Glenn's Falls, N. Y. " Making shirts 

Gilbert. Charles A., Glenn's Falls. N. Y. Neckband shaper for bosom-boards 

Gilbert Clock Company, William L. (See Woodruff, Owen, and Beecher, assignors.) 

Gilbert & Co., H. S. (See Slaughenhaup, John N, assignor.) 

Gilbert. Donn A. (See Bennett. Eli J., assignor.) 

Gilbert, Edward H.. Ware, and T. H. Greenwood, Hardwick, Mass. Feed-winding regu- 
lator for spinning-mules 

Gilbert, Frank, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor of one-half to C. W. Tritt and J. McNeal, Union 
City, Ind. Axle for two-wheeled vehicles '. 

Gilbert. Frederic, assignor to Society Anonvme des Appareils Automatiques pour Ac- 
crocher et Pecrocher les Wagons de Chemins de Fer, Pans, France. Car-coupling 

Gilbert, George, Philadelphia. Pa. Cutting-machine 

Gilbert, George A. (See Gilbert, Henry J., assignor.) 

Gilbert, George A. (See Gilbert, Henry J. and G. A.) 

Gilbert. George S., assignor of one-third to T. M. Broderick, Baltimore, Md. Attachment 
for boiler-furnaces 

Gilbert, Henry J. and G. A., Racine, Wis. Sieve for roller-mills 

Gilbert, Henry J., assignor of one-half to G. A. Gilbert, Racine, Wis. Roller-mill 

Gilbert. Henry J., assignor of one-half to G. A. Gilbert. Racine. Wis. Roller-mill 

Gilbert, Henry J., assignor to Stout. Mills & Temple, Dayton, Ohio. Roller-mill 

Gilbert, James L., Hoboken. Ala. Plow 

Gilbert, John T.. Meudota. Ill Wagon-jack 

Gilbert, John W. (See Johnston, Browne. Starr, and Gilbert.) 

Gilbert, John W.. and E. T. Starr, assignors to S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Philadelphia. Pa. Galvanic battery 

Gilbert. Johu W., assignor to S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa Dental-engine hand-piece 

Gilbert. Leam'er G. (See Ortman and Gilbert.) 

Gilbert. Montrose H., Smitbville. Ohio. Stock-car 

Gilbert, Oliver F.. Jamestown, Dak. Ter. Traction-wheel 

Gilbert, Thomas, London, England. Sight for small fire-amis 

Gilbert. William P., Derby, assignor of one-half to E. L. Bryant, Ansonia, Conn. Fasten- 
ing for corset clasps * 

Gilberts. Catharina, San Francisco, Cal. Mincing-knife 

Gildav. William A., and T. M. Heckman, Philadelphia, Pa. Grip or clutch to be used on 
endless-cable ways 

Gildeiuever, Charles A., Philadelphia. Pa. Grip-staff or gripper 

Giles, Charles K.. Chicago, 111. Antimanictic shield for watches 

Giles, Isaac W., South Abington. and T. F. Giles, Abington, Mass. Wrench 



No. 



275,633 
281,682 
290,637 

271,446 
274,309 



283.234 
275,189 

289,526 
276,802 

290,638 

278,125 

286,195 
281.683 
290.226 
290,227 
290,228 



278,534 

279,934 

282,187 
276,679 
283,735 

283.595 
285,889 

271,059 

287,017 

280,464 
279.739 
287,659 

277,704 
271,328 
282,188 

276,532 

277,705 



271,447 

284,626 

285,253 
271,835 



283.338 
275,190 
276.237 
276,238 
280,1"0 
290,032 
286,291 



281,262 

287,761 

274,585 
275.035 

289,081 

287.660 
279,643 



Date. 



Apr. 10 
July 24 
Dec. 18 

Jan. 30 

Mar. 20 



Aug. 14 

Apr. 3 

Dec. 4 

May 1 

Dec. 18 

May 22 

Oct. 9 

July 24 

Dec. 18 

Dec. 18 

Dec. 18 



May 29 

June 26 

July 31 
May 1 
Aug. 21 

Aug. 21 
Oct. 2 

Jan. 23 

Oct. 23 

July 3 
Juue 19 
Oct. 30 

May 15 
Jan. 30 
July 31 

Apr. 24 
May 15 



Jan. 30 

Sept. 11 

Sept. 18 
Feb. 6 



Aug. 14 
Apr. 3 
Apr. 24 
Apr. 24 
June 26 
Dec. 11 
Oct. 9 



July 17 

Oct. 30 

Mar. 27 
Apr. 3 
Nov. 27 

Oct, 30 
June 19 



289,527 Dec. 4 

274.586 I Mar. 27 

289.642 ' Dec. 4 

277,265 ! May 8 

Giles, J. Edwin. Hazleton, Pa. Dynamo-electric machine ' 281,052 i July 10 



Monthly 
volume. 



Giles, J. Edwiu. Hazleton, Pa. Armature for dynamo-electric machines 

Gilo*, .1 Edwin, Hazleton, Pa. Underground conduit for electric conductors 
Giles, J. Edwin, Hazleton, Pa. Regulator for dynamo-electric machines 



288.051 | Nov. 6 

288,790 i Nov. 20 

. 290,412 Dec. 18 



1004 
1687 
1605 

2014 
1370 



910 
396 



193 
349 



1606 
1970 

510 

1687 
1060 
1061 
1061 



2513 

1636 

2352 

187 

1524 

1358 
139 



1568 

165 
1395 
2395 

1460 
1858 
2354 

2132 
1462 



2014 
!i70 



1342 
304 



1041 
396 
1757 
1757 
1906 
822 
653 



1157 
2533 



271 
459 
441 

581 
375 



254 



441 
540 
541 



686 

459 

648 

48 

430 

379 
39,40 
(438 
1439 

(432 

I 433 

45 

389 

645 

394 
539 
649 

593 

394 



581 
161 



378 
83 



292 
109 
489 
489 
537 
232 
173 



320 
682 



1748 485 

205 55 

1618 448 



2395 
12J4 

194 

1751 
335 
938 

878 

330 
1265 
1293 



646 
357 

55 
485 

94 
252 



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Gazette. 



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i 245 j 5 



23 

23 



24 
23 



25 
23 



25 

|23 

25 
24 
25 
25 
25 



23 
23 

24 

23 
24 

24 
25 

1 23 

J 25 

24 
23 
25 

23 
23 
24 

23 
28 



92 25 
346 I 25 
363 I 25 



1405 
312 

1183 

404 

1085 



1295 



920 
1687 



1183 

1984 

105 
312 

1090 
1090 
1090 



2088 
2424 

430 

1656 
790 

758 
27 



30 

2376 
465 

1889 
375 
430 

1615 



404 
1007 



1149 

494 



694 
1295 
1551 
1552 
2472 
1038 

128 



218 

491 

1157 
1260 
814 

465 
2357 

920 
1157 

946 
1794 

162 

563 
742 
1131 



124 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Giles, John E., Hazleton, Pa. Dynamo or magneto electric machine 

Giles, Thomas F. (See Giles, Isaac W. and T. F.) 
Gilfillan, Thomas. (See Bonett, Gilfillan, and Flanders.) 

Gilgour, John, Columbus, Ind. Nut-lock 

Gill, Asher B., Philadelphia, Pa. Station-indicator 

Gill, Henry C, Madison, Ohio. Crown-terret for harness 

Gill, Joseph P., New York, N. T. Process of and apparatus for manufacturing heating- 



vapor . 



Gill, Joseph P., New York, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for manufacturing lighting 
or heating vapors 

Gill, Joseph P., New York, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for manufacturing gases andi 
vapors for heating and illuminating purposes i 

Gill, Joseph P., New York, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for manufacturing gas 

Gill, Joseph P., New York, N. Y. Reducing ores 



Gill, JosephP., New York, N. Y. A pparatus for the manufacture and application of gasesi 
and vapors i 



Gill, Joseph P., New York, N. Y. 
steel . 



Process of and apparatus for the treatment of iron and 



Gill, Joseph P., New York, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for producing non-corrodible 
surfaces on iron and steel 

Gill, Joseph P., New York, N. Y. Surface of iron and steel 

Gill, Joseph P., New York, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for manufacturing and deliv- 
ering gases and vapors 

Gill, Joshua S. (See Hedges and Gill.) 

Gill, Thomas, assignor to himself and HA. Hood, Waltham, Mass. Fastening clicks to 
watch-plates 

Gill, Thomas J. (See Hedges and Gill.) 

Gilleland, James G., Palmyra, Mich. Animal-trap 

Gilleland, James G., and J. Ziegele, Palmyra, Mich. Mole-trap 

Gilleland, John A., et al. (See Ingram, Milo E., assignor.) 

Gillen, Patrick H. (See Riley, William, assignor.) 

Gillender, Augustus T., New York, N. Y. Wall match-safe 

Gillespie, Alfred J., Atlantic, Iowa. Stringing pianos 

Gillespie, James, West Point, Ohio. Odometer -. 

Gillespie, James E., Warwick, N. Y. Hose-reel 

Gillespie, James E., assignor to Fabric Fire Hose Company, Warwick, N. Y. Manufac- 
ture of rubber-lined hose 

Gillet. Charles F., Springfield, 111. Rubber overshoe 

Gilletj Etienne, et al., trustees. (See Marchand, Charles, assignor.) 

Gillett, Eugene E., Western Union, Wis. Sulky-harrow 

Gillett, William A., Union City, Pa. Scaffold 

Gillette, William H., Hartford, Conn. Time-stamp _ 

Gilliard, John. (See Alexander, Alexander G., assignor.) 

Gillig, John, Virginia City, Nev. Lantern 

Gilliland, Ezra T. , Indianapolis, Ind. Armature for magneto-electric machines 

Gilliland, Ezra T., Indianapolis, Ind. Automatic shunt tor magneto-electric generators . . . 

Gilliland, James F., Indianapolis, Ind. Gear-wheel 

Gilliland, James F., Indianapolis, assignor to D. E. Stone, A. B. Meyer, Marion County, and 
J. H. Zeller, Harmony, Ind. Cylinder for rotary armatures 

Gillis, William K. (See Merrift, Henry W., assignor.) 

Gillmore, Freeman 0., Chicago, HI. Car-seal 

Gilman, Charles C, Eldora, Iowa. Housing and insulation of electrical wires underground. 

Gilman, Charles C, Eldora, Iowa, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Gilman Porous Terra 
Cotta Company, New York, N. Y. Fire-proof composition. (Reissue) 

Gilman, Charles C., Eldora, Iowa, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Gilman Porous Terra 
Cotta Company, New York, N. Y. Fire-proof composition. (Reissue) 

Gilman, Edwin H., Montpelier, Yt. Driving-bit 

Gilman Porous Terra Cotta Company. (See Gilman, Charles C, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Gilman. William W., San Francisco. Cal. Paper-tile holder 

Gilmartin, Arthur, et al. (See O'Malley, Thomas M., assignor.) 

Gilmer, Dan H., Findlay, Ohio. Dental engine 

Gilmore, Isaac C. H., Rosendale, Mo. Coffee-pot 

Gilmore, Robert J., Providence, assignor to P. L. Belden, North Providence, R.I. Button- 
fasten 



Gilmore, Robert J., Providence, assignor to P. L. Belden, North Providence, R. I. 

Gilmore, Thomas, et al. (See Carson, Robert J., assignor.) 

G ilpin, Joseph F. , assignor to Ansonia Brass and Copper Company, Ansonia, Conn. 

ufacture of insulated electric conductors 

Gilroy, Thomas F., New York, N. Y. Glass-beveling machine 

Gilson, John. (See Burch and Gilson.) 

Gilson, Lorenzo G., Fort Scott, Kans. One-hand plane 

Ginger, James S., St. Louis, Mo. Harness-loop 

Mechanism for manufacturing washers 

Leather washer 

Fly-net 

Cake-beater 



Button 
Man- 



Gingras, Timothy, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Gingras, Timothy, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Gingras, Timothy, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Giun, Wesley C, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Ginna & Co.' (See Hipperling, William, assignor.) 

G i nt her, Frederick C. , Bedford, Iowa. Refrigerator 

Gintz, Henry, Akron, Ohio. Bung-hole protector 

Gipe, John A., Detroit, Mich. Spring bed-bottom 

Girard, Jean B., St. Aim6, Quebec, Canada. Bicycle 

Girardey, Camille E. (See Spear, Thomas J., assignor.) 
Girling," William, Minneapolis township, Hennepin county, Minn 

ing knitted fabrics to woven fabrics, &c 

Girrens, Nicholas, Buffalo, N. Y. Saw 

Gish, Charles L. (See O'Connor and White, assignors.) 

Gissinger, Samuel, Pittsburg, Pa. Horse-collar 

Gissinger, Samuol, assignor of one-half to J. R. Large, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Githens, George M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Draft-regulator 

Githens, George M. , Brooklyn , N. Y. Steam-damper regulator 

Glackin, Edward J. (See Glackin, James J., Jr., and E. J.) 

Glackin, James J., Jr., and E. J., Chicago, 111. Can-soldering machine 



Mechanism for attach- 



No. 



Nut-lock. 



287,661 

277,706 
281,684 
279,149 

275,634 

275,635 
275,636 

275,761 
284,126 

283,998 

283,999 

284,000 
284,001 

284,002 

275,762 

288,225 
280,811 



274,310 
275,818 
290,767 
275,637 

275,638 
280,603 

274,311 

279,740 
289,404 

273,272 
270,945 
272.234 
284,290 

276,024 

281,863 
288,629 

10,419 

10,420 
281,991 

283,596 

278,933 
270,415 

281,992 
283,235 



281,864 
271,836 

288,226 
279.741 
270,301 
281.700 
285,026 
290,033 

275,639 
270,050 
273,063 
281,489 



288,326 
288,791 

276,577 
285,122 
270,302 
285,478 

278,329 



Date. 



Oct. 30 

May 15 
July 24 
June 12 

Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 
Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 
Aug. 28 

Aug. 28 

Aug. 28 

Aug. 28 
Aug. 28 

Aug. 28 

Apr. 10 

Nov. 13 
July 10 



Mar. 20 
Apr. 17 
Dec. 25 
Apr. 10 

Apr. 10 
July 3 

Mar. 20 
June 19 
Dec. 4 

Mar. 6 
Jan. 23 
Feb. 13 
Sept. 4 

Apr. 17 

July 24 
Nov. 20 

Dee. 11 

Deo. 11 
July 24 

Aug. 21 

June 5 
Jan. 9 

July 24 
Aug. 14 



July 24 
Feb. 6 

Nov. 13 
June 19 
Jan. 9 
July 24 
Sept. 18 
Dec. 11 

Apr. 10 
Jan. 2 
Feb. 27 
July 17 



Nov. 13 
Nov. 20 

May 1 
Sept. 18 
Jan. 9 
Sept. 25 

May 29 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



2396 

1463 
1689 
686 

1005 

1008 
1010 

1169 
2032 

1852 

1860 

1864 
1866 

1867 



1172 



537 
591 



1371 
1247 
1780 
1014 

1015 
319 

1371 

1390 
38 

33 

1385 
806 
lf4 

1491 

192? 
1060 

1008 

1008 
2080 

13J9 

393 
710 

2080 
912 



1929 
306 

538 
1396 

560 
1796 
1078 

823 

1016 

261 

1871 

1441 



670 
1266 

46 

1189 

561 

1613 



646 



394 
460 
188 

272 

272 
C272 
\ 273 
(320 
1 321 



:522 

523 

'524 

524 

525 



(525 
}526 



321 



149 
165 



376 
343 
492 
274 



89 

376 

390 

11 

10 
400 
224 

46 

410 

527 
£91 



2258 



571 
379 



108 
210 



571 
254 



527 
83 

149 
390 
165 
490 
301 
232 

274 

75 

525 

395 



185 
346 

13 
333 
165 
453 

618 



25 



23 
24 
23 

23 

23 
}23 

J23 
24 

>24 



24 

24 
24 

^24 



23 



25 
24 



23 
23 
25 
23 

23 
24 

23 
23 
25 

23 
23 
23 
24 

23 

24 
25 

25 

25 

24 



24 
23 

25 
23 
23 
24 

24 
25 

23 
23 
23 
24 



25 



23 
24 
23 

24 

23 



466 



1889 

312 

2250 

1405 

1406 
1406 

1433 
890 

860 



860 

861 
861 

861 



1434 



611 
111 



1085 
1455 
1222 
1407 

1407 
57 

1085 

2376 

893 

840 
288 
592 
932 

1498 

355 

707 

1073 

1073 
381 

758 

2100 
148 

381 
669 



355 
494 

611 

2376 

119 

331 

1103 

1038 

1407 

53 

789 

266 



632 
742 

1635 

1122 

119 

1203 

2042 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



125 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



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Gazette. 



Gladney, Shadrack. (See Berry and Gladney.) 

Gladwin, Porter A., Boston, Mass. Vise 

Gladysz, Thadd6. (See Gardair and Gladysz.) 

Glaessner, Arthur F., Meriden. Conn. Hanging lamp 

Glaser, Friedrich C. (See Liehreich and Michaelis, assignors.) 

Glass, Henry, Golconda, 111. Process of and apparatus for aging liquors 

Glass, Seymour, and G. H. Noble, Clintonville, Wis. Window-screen 

Glassio, l)aniel W. (Seo Fowler, T. Walter, assignor.) 

Glasson, Frederick, New York, N. Y. Animal-trap 

Glattsteine, Morris, New York, N. Y. Nursing-bottle 

Glazier, George W., Salem, assignor of one-half to A. G. Potter, Lynn, Mass. Machine 

for pasting paper boxes, &c 

Glazier, George W., Salem, assignor of one-half to J. B. Bollins, Lynn, Mass. Box-pasting 



machine 



Glazier, Ira W. , Millbury, Mass., assignor of one-half to C. 0. Thompson, New York, N. Y. 
Tension device for sewing-machines 

Gleason, Albert H., Wabash, Ind. Rotary engine 

Gleason, Charles E., Willimantic, Conn. Flier for spinning-machines 

Gleason, John M., assignor of one-half to J. H. McDermott, Lowell, Mass. Fan attach- 
ment for sewing-macliines 

Gleason, Lorenzo D., and R. A. Holt, Lebanon, Mo. Animal-shears 

Gleason, Orvillo T., Temple, Me. Velocipede 

Gleason, Patrick, Wausau, Wis. Vibrating propeller 

Gleason, Samuel J., Peoria, HI. Billiard-cue 

Gleason, San ford B., Baltimore, Md. Wire mattress 

Gleason, William, Rochester, N. Y. Tool-stock for iron-planers 

Glen Cove Manufacturing Company. (See Duryea and Grimm, assignors.) 

Glendalo Elastic Fabric Company. (See Greenland Smith, assignors.) 

Glendillrn, Elijah, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. Horse hay-rake 

Glenn, Charles F., East Brady, Pa. Shirt 

Glenn, David G., et al. (See Fry, John, assignor.) 

Glenn, David H. (See Herring, Elijah R., assignor.) 

Glenn, George K., assignor of one-half to Hall & Bidwell, Woodland, Cal. Self-regulating 
windmill 

Glennon. William H., Quincy, Mass. Crane or derrick 

Glidden, Charles W., Lyun, assignor to McKay and Bigelow Heeling Machine Association, 
Boston, Mass., J. W. Brooks, trustee. Last 

Glidden, Darwin H., Brooklyn, Wis. Harrow-sulky 

Glidden, Greenlief, assignorof one-half to H. S. Black, Buchanan, Mich. Combined hand 
plow, planter, and cultivator 

Glines, Humphrey M., East Boston, Mass. Car-brake 

Glines. Sylvester. (See Jones and Glines.) 

Glisson, Abram, Rutherford, Tenn. Fertilizer-distributer 

Globotschnig, Felix, Bologna, Italy, assignor of one-half to M. Muller, Jr., Vienna, Aus- 
tria. Treating the plant genista to obtain fibers 

Gloekler, Bernard. (See Armstrong, John, assignor.) 

Glousier. Thomas J. , Meigs. Ga. Planing and sawing machine 

Glover, Benjamin P. (See Parker, Charles B. and 0. B., assignors.) 

Glover, Carlos W., Boston, Mass. Machine for felting and sizing hat-bodies, &c 

Glover, Carlos W.. Boston, Mass. Roller for felting hat-bodies 



Glover, Carlos W., Boston, Mass. Roller for felting hat-bodies 

Glover, Eli S. , Battle Creek, Mich. Combined pocket knife and rule 

Glover, Elmer E., Terre Haute, Ind. Brake ..-• 

Glover, Frank W. T., assignor to Western Leather Manufacturing Company, Chicago, HI. 

Leather box 

Glover, Horatio N., et al, trustees. (See Chase, Edward M., assignor.) 

Gmeblin, Paul, Now York, N. Y. Upright-piano case 

Gnadinger, John, Jr., Paris, Ky. Try -box and indicator for spirit-cisterns 

Gobeille, Joseph L., assignor of one-half to W. M. Gobielle, Cleveland, Ohio. Jointer for 

dressing angles for joints 

Gobeille, William M. (See Gobeille, Joseph L., assienor.) 

Gobin, Leon A., New York, N. Y. Machine for grading and cleaning coffee* 

Goble, Hiram E., Kalamazoo, Mich. Fire-escape 

Goddard, Calvin L. , New York, N. Y. Picker or opener for fibrous materials 

Goddard, Calvin. as>ignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New York, N. Y. Junction) 

for electrical conductors $ 

Goddard, Calvin, assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New York,.N. Y. Safety- 
catch for electric circuits 

Goddard. Charles V., Brooklyn. N. Y. Button 

Goddard, Sextus P., Worcester, Mass. Reducing corn in the stalk and separating the kernels. 
Goddard, Silas W. (See Layng, George, assignor.) 

Goddard, William, Chester, 111. Elevator 

Goddu, Louis, Winchester, Mass. Button 

Goddn, Louis, Winchester, Mass. Butt on 

Goddu, Louis, Winchester, Mass., assignor to McKay Metallic Fastening Association. 

Hand tacking or nailing apparatus 

Goddu, Louis, Winchester, Mass., assignor to G. McKay, Newport, R. I., and J. W. Brooks, 

Cambridge, Mass., trustees. Nailing-machine 

Goddu. Louis, Winchester. Mass., assignor to G. McKay, Newport, R. L, and J. W. Brooks, 

Cambridge, Mass., trustees. Nailing-machine 

Goddu, Louis, Winchester, Mass., assignor to G. McKay, Newport, R. I., and J. W. Brooks, 

Cambridge, Mass., trustees. Nailing-machine 

Goddu, Louis, Winchester, Mass.. assignor to G. McKay, Newport, R. I., and J. W. Brooks, 

Cambridge, Mass., trustees. Nailing-machine 

Goddu, Louis, Winchester, Mass., assignor to G. McKay, Newport, R. I., and J. W. Brooks, 

Cambridge, Mass., trustees. Nailing-machine 

Godfrey, Fred N.. Oldtown, Me. Skid 

Godfrey, Henry O, Boston, Mass. Dust-pan 

Godfrey, James, Pittsburg, Pa. Fire-escape 

Godley, George F., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-axle box 

Godley, George F., and H. B. Whittaker, assignors of one-third to G. W. Weart, Philadel-? 

phia, Pa. Spring-motor 5 

Godley, William, and J. Boldon, Pittsburg, Pa. Die for forming twist-drills 



287,271 

272,235 

287,272 
284,410 

290,034 
279,935 

280,604 

288,172 

270,188 
290,035 
288,052 

285,479 
267,018 
289,907 
285,480 
278,934 
274,312 
280,812 



289,082 
275,191 



275,036 
272,236 

278,426 
289,405 

273,229 

282,714 

278,126 
284,291 
287,019 

279,376 

282,881 

284,411 
273,981 
282,452 

288,227 

286,425 
270,416 

280,813 

287,823 
284,627 
288,327 

287,532 



287,533 

283,772 
290,571 

275,037 
289,829 
289,830 

287,375 

288,421 

288,422 

288.423 

288,424 

288,425 
271.837 
277,266 
273,722 
288,705 

278,427 

285,996 



Oct. 23 

Feb. 13 

Oct. 23 
Sept. 4 

Deo. 11 
June 26 

July 3 

Nov. 6 

Jan. 2 
Dec. 11 
Nov. 6 

Sept. 25 
Oct. 23 
Dec. 11 
Sept. 25 
June 5 
Mar. 20 
July 10 

Nov. 27 
Apr. 3 



Apr. 3 
Feb. 13 

May 29 
Dec. 4 

Feb. 27 
Aug. 7 

May 22 

Sept. 4 

Oct. 23 

June 12 

Aug. 7 

Sept. 4 
Mar. 13 
July 31 

Nov. 13 

Oct. 9 
Jan. 9 

July 10 

Nov. 6 

Sept. 11 
Nov. 13 

Oct. 30 

Oct. 30 

Aug. 28 
Dec. 18 

Apr. 3 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 11 

Oct. 23 

Nov. 13 

Nov. 13 

Nov. 13 

Nov. 13 

Nov. 13 
Feb. 6 

May 8 
Mar. 13 
Nov. 20 

May 29 

Oct. 2 



1887 
807 



1888 
308 



824 
1637 



319 

466 

424 
825 
330 



1614 
1570 

672 
1615 

394 
1372 

592 



1619 
397 



205 



2382 
39 

2083 
298 

1971 

164 

1571 

964 

486 

308 
946 

2688 

539 

811 
711 

593 

42 
571 
673 

2211 

2213 
1580 
1524 

206 
572 
573 

2016 

803 

805 

806 

807 

809 
307 
939 
614 
1155 

2383 

267 



516 
224 
517 



232 
459 



89,90 

130 

123 

233 

93 



453 
433 
187 
453 
108 
37C 
165 



449 
109 



55 
225 



650 
12 



585 

84 



541 



433 

268 

C136 

i 137 

86 

260 

737 

149 

220 
210 

166 

12 

161 

185 

C 600 

$601 

601 
446 
419 

56 
160 
160 

549 

218 

218 

218 

219 

219 

84 

252 

165 

317 

C650 

$651 

75 



23 
23 

23 
25 

23 

24 

23 

24 

25 

23 

J 24 

24 
23 

24 

25 

25 
23 



361 
592 



361 
955 



1039 
2424 



57 

588 



1039 
564 

1203 
303 
1011 
1204 
2190 
1085 
111 



814 
1295 



126^ 
592 

2065 
894 



551 

1985 

932 

303 

2296 

586 

955 
1004 
489 

611 

158 
148 

111 

515 

1007 
632 

430 



431 

812 

1170 

1261 
993 
993 

384 

656 

656 

656 

656 

657 
495 
1794 
947 
723 

2065 

51 



126 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Godshalk, Edward H., Philadelphia, Pa. Fur-cutting machine 

Godshalk, Edward II., Philadelphia, Pa. Former for dress-trimmings, &c 

Godwin, James T., assignor of one-half to A. L. "Woodworth, Norfolk, Va. Dumping-car. 

Goehel, Christian H., Philadelphia, Pa. Bedstead-fastening 

Goehel, Christian H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American Sectional Electric Under- 
ground Company, of New Jersey. Conduit for electric -wires 

Goobel, Christian H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American Sectional Electric Under- 
ground Company, of New Jersey. Underground conduit for electric wires 

Goebcl, Christian H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American Sectional Electric Under- 
ground Company, of New Jersey. Underground conduit for electric wires 

Goehel, Christian H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American Sectional Electric Under- 
ground Company, of New Jersey. Underground conduit for electric wires 

Goedeu, Peter, Chicago, HI. Flower-pot holder 

Goehring, Jacob, Davenport, Iowa. Rotary engine 

Goehring, John. (See Schutte and Goehring.) 

Goepel, Paul. (See Laufer, Christian F., assignor.) 

Goessmann, Charles A., St. Louis, Mo. Child's carriage 

Goetchins, Eugenia A. (See Goetchins, George H., assignor.) 

Goetchins, George H., assignor to E. A. Goetchins, Little Falls, N. Y. Cheese-vat 

Goette], John, and E. T. Slay ton, St. Paul, Minn. Car-coupling 

GofF, Darius, Pawtucket, R, I. Fibrous batting 

GofF, Darius, Pawtucket, R. I. Fibrous absorptive pad 

Goflf, Francis C, Englewood, 111. Burial-case 

Goff, George P. (See Hendley, William, assignor.) 

Gotf, George W., assignor to East Hampton Bell Company, East Hampton, Conn. Sleigh- 
bell attachment 

Gotf, James M. (See Meason, Charles W., assignor.) 

GofF, Mortimer, assignor of one-half to F. H. Hill, Chicago, HI. Burial-case 

GofF, Richard, St. John's, Newfoundland. Veneer-press 

Goff, Tilmeon G., assignor of one-half to R. D. Brecknell, Springfield, Ohio. Self-closing 
gate 

Goffney, William L., Newburg, N. T. Automatic elevator-gate 

Gokey, Frank F., assignor of one-half to J. C. Piatt, Winooski, Vt. Automatic advertis- 
ing device 

Gokey, Moses A. (See Batcheller, Lucien B., assignor.) 

Gold, Edward E., New York, N. Y. Gas-stove 

Gold, Joseph S., Columbus, Ohio. Clothes-drier 

Gold, Samuel F.. Englewood, N. J. Steam-radiator 

Goldberg, Henry. (See Parke, Ricriard, assignor.) 

Goldberg, Henry. (See Parke and Goldberg.) 

Goldberg, Max, Milwaukee, Wis., assignor of one-half to W. S. Cooper, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Apparatus for administering medicated vapors 

Goldsberry, William H., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Folding square and scale-holder 

Golden, Fendol S. , Atlanta, Ga. Wagon-brake 

Golden Gate Concentrator Company. (See Tobey and Thayer, assignors.) 

Goldey, Charles P., New York, and W. H. Goldey, Brooklyn, N. Y. Archery apparatus - 

Goldey, William H. (See Goldev, Charles P. and W. H.) 

Goldie, William. (See Durell and Goldie.) 

Goldie, William, West Bay City, Mich. Extinguishing device for lamp-burners 

Goldie, William, West Bay City, Mich. Railway-spike 

Golding, Asa G. , New York, N Y. Salt-cellar or spice-box, 

Golding, John F., et al. (See Boyer, Joseph, assignor.) 

Golding, AVilliam H., Boston, Mass. Composing-stick 1 

Golding, William H., Chelsea, Mass. Type-case 

Goldsborough, Arthur T., Washington, D. C. Bench-plane 

Goldsborough, Richard A., et al. (See Upham, Artemas B., assignor.) 

Goldsmith, Frederick E., Jacksonborough, Ohio. Thill-coupling 

Goldsmith, Gustavus A., et al., executor. (See Reckendorfer, Joseph.) 

Goldsmith, John S. , New York, N. Y. Street-sweeping machine 

Goldsmith, Louis. (See Hamilton, Emery M., assignor.) 
Goldsmith, Max. (See Heunsch, Rudolph, assignor.) 

Goldstein, Julius, assignor to S. Goldstein, Waterloo, Iowa. Salt-feeding device 

Goldstein, Siegfried. (See Goldstein, Julius, assignor.) 

Goliasch & Co., G. (See Gerken, Franz, assignor.) 

Golliugs, Ellick H., Lewiston, Idaho Ter., assignor to himself and C. H. Smith, Chicago, 

111. Amalgamating apparatus 

Gomes, William H. (See Gordon, Edgar T., assignor.) 

Gondolo, Paul, Paris, France, assignor to Gondolo Tannin Company, Huntingdon, Pa. 

Clarifying tannin extracts 

Gondolo Tannin Company. (See Gondolo, Paul, assignor.) 

Gonon, Paul E., New York, N. E. Manufacture of lead-pencils 

Gontier, Guillaume, Cognac, France. Ratchet-wrench 

Gonzales, Manuel, Jacksonville, Fla., assignor to J. W. Tufts, Medford, Mass. Machine 

for shaving ice 

Good, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for oiling and softening hemp and other vegetable 

fibers 

Good, Robert J., Terre Haute, Ind. Guard for street-cars 

Good, Robert J., assignor of one-half to J. Riehl, St. Louis, Mo. Roller -mill 

Goodale, William W., Lowell, Mass. Tidy-fastener : 

Goodall, Francis M. (See Christy, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Goode, William C, King's Mountain, N. C. Washing-machine 

Goodell Company. (See Oaks, William A. C, assignor.) 

Goodell, George W., Beardstown, HI. Process of and apparatus for blocking ice 

Goodell, George W., Beardstown, 111. Blocking ice 

Goodell, Henry C, Atchison, Kans. Non-conducting covering 

Goodell, Henry C, Atchison, Kans. Boiler-covering 

Goodell, Henry C., Atchison, Kans. Refrigerator 

Goodell & Waters. (See Feyh, Henry, assignor.) 
Goodell & Waters. (See Vernon, AVilliam G., assignor.) 

Goodenough, William E., Newark, N. J. Extension photograph-frame 

Goodfellow, James, assignor to J. E. Mulford, Now York, N. Y. Fare-register 



No. 



275,640 
287.662 
287,663 
270,051 

290,413 

290,414 

290,415 

290,416 
277.125 
275,819 



269,928 

281,053 

276,025 
271,624 
271,625 
289,643 



280,305 

282,072 
273,723 

284,836 
290,326 

279,936 

281,685 
272,424 
288,995 



279,091 
285.405 
270,946 

273,510 



277,477 
278,428 
270,189 

278,700 
287,430 
284,732 

273,064 

269,847 



281.993 



287,431 



283,881 

277,707 
290,036 

281,686 

280.814 
277,564 
289.083 
2e8,996 

282,514 

275,192 

286,604 
274.313 
274,933 

282,882 



270,785 
283,700 



Date. 



Apr. 10 

Oct. 30 

Oct. 30 

Jan. 2 

Dec. 18 

Dec. 18 

Dec. 18 

Dec. 18 

May 8 

Apr. 17 

Jan. 2 

July 10 

Apr. 17 

Feb. 6 

Feb. 6 

Dec. 4 

June 26 

July 31 

Mar. 13 

Sept. 11 

Dec. 18 

June 26 

July 24 

Feb. 20 

Nov. 27 



June 5 
Sept. 25 
Jan. 23 

Mar. 6 



May 15 
May 29 
Jan. 2 

June 5 
Oct. 30 
Sept. 11 

Feb. 27 

Jan. 2 

July 24 



Oct. 30 



Aug. 28 

Mav 15 
Dec. 11 

July 24 

July 10 
May 15 
Nov. 27 
Nov. 27 

Aug. 7 

Apr. 3 

Oct. 16 

Mar. 20 

Apr. 3 

Aug. 7 



Jan. 16 
Aug. 21 



Monthly j OflBcia. 
volume. Gazette. 



1017 

2398 

2398 

262 

1295 

1296 

1297 

1298 

777 

1248 

124 



1492 

50 

51 

336 



2078 

2188 
615 

833 
1187 

1638 

1690 
1061 
1509 



588 
1528 
1386 

338 



1194 

2186 

425 

31 

2087 
709 

1872 

34 

2081 



2088 



1707 

1463 
827 

1694 

595 
1300 
1621 
1510 

44 

398 

1036 
1373 

64 

487 



1190 

1487 



274 
646 

646 
75 

363 

363 

363 

364 
204 
344 



245 

410 

13 

13 

94 



585 

601 

(165 
\ 166 

233 
333 

( 4~9 
\ 460 

460 

(298 

)299 

417 



160 
430 
400 

91,92 



321 
651 
123 

9 

567 
198 

526 

11 

571 



567 



395 
233 

461 

166 
349 
449 
418 

13 

109 
110 
280 
376 
17 
137 



343 

419 



23 

24 
1 23 

24 
25 

?23 

) 

24 

5- 

25 



■r, 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



127 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Goodfellow, James T., Philadelphia, Pa. System of laying subterranean lines of electric^; 
wins _ S 

Goodfellow, John II., Troy, N. T. Implement for attaching buttons 

Goodfellow, John H., assignor to Goodfellow Manufacturing Company, Troy, N. T. But- 
ton-fastening staple 

Goodfellow, John II., Troy, N. Y. assignor to Heaton Button Fastener Company, Provi- 
dence. R. I. Implement for setting buttons 

Goodfellow, John ti.. Troy, N. Y.. assignor to Heaton Button Fastener Company, Provi- 
dence, B. I. Instrument for setting buttons ■- 

Goodfellow, John 11.. Troy. N. T., assignor to Heaton Button Fastener Company, Provi- 
dence, E.I. Tool for attaching hut tons to shoes 

Goodfellow Manufacturing Company. (See Goodfellow, John H., assignor.) 

Goodliart, Alexander, and G. Hemminger, Carlisle, Pa. Harrow 

Goodin, James I,., Montgomery, Tex. "Cotton-buncher '. 

Goodknight, I. H. & T. M., et al. (See Atkinson, Ilenry C, assignor.) 

Goodloe, W. Cassias. (See Ely, Charles M., assignor.) 

Goodman, Burkard. (See Clough, William R., assignor.) 

( roodman, Henry, et al. (Sec Martinez, Rafael, assignor.) 

Goodman, Ilenry. assignor of one-half to D. P. Kano. St. Louis, Mo. Revolver 

Goodman. Henry, assignor of one-half to D. P. Kane, St. Louis, Mo. Lock for fire-arms . . . 

Goodman, Ilenry, assign ir of one-half to D. P. Kane, St. Louis, Mo. Pulley 

Goodman, Isaac. (Sec Parke and Goldberg, assignors.) 

Goodner, George W., Chicago, 111. Syringe 

Goodrich, Abram, Auburn, N. T. Freight-car 

Goodrich, Benjamin F., Akron, Ohio. Belting 

Goodrich, Charles H., Stoneham, Mass. Machine for finishing cocks or valves 

Goodrich, Fred. (See Parnall, Alf N. and G. A., assignors.) 

Goodrich, Harry C., Chicago, HI. Sewing-machine presser-foot 

Goodrich, Harry C, Chicago, 111. Tuck-creaser for sewing-machines 

Goodrich, Harry (.'., Chicago, 111. Center-board 

Goodrich, Harry C, Chicago. 111. Ruffling attachment for sewing-machines 

Goodrich, Herman B. (See Stimson, Hailan P., assignor.) 

Goodrich, James T. (See Lewis, Leroy S., assignor.) 

Goodrich, Perry F., assignor of one-fourth to D. Salisbury, San Francisco, Cal. Engine. . . 

Goodridgo. James F., Boston, assignor of one-half to J. E. Russell, Leicester, and A. Pope, 
Boston, Mass. Fare-box 

Goodridge, John C, Jr., New York, N. Y. Repairing structures with b6ton or concrete . . . 

Goodridge, John C., Jr., New York, N.Y. Electric-wire duct 



Goodridge, John C, Jr., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for erecting and supporting colossal) 
structures < 

Goodsell. Benjamin H., C. Adamson, and C. 0. Hering, Philadelphia, Pa. Electrically- 
heated mirror ! . . 

Goodspecd. George N. (See Sanderson, Charles M., assignor.) 
Goodwin. Adam, et al. (See Rinebart, Thomas M., assignor.) 

Goodwin, Caleb. Hyde Park, 111. Combined pen holder'and cleaner 

Goodwin, Henry L., New York, N. Y. Rotary vegetable-cutter 

Goodwin, John E . Memphis. Tcnn. Seed planter 

Goodwin, John M., Sharpsville, Pa. Profile-paper, &c 

Goodwin, John M., Sharpsville, Pa. Track-laying device 

Goodwin, Landon R.. assignor to Adjustable Cover Company, New York, N.Y. Bookbinding. 

Goodwin, Levi H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Driving chain or belt 

Goodwin, Levi H, Cincinnati. Ohio. Wheel for wheelbarrows 

Goodwin, Louis D.. Manchester, N. H. Transmitting motion 

Goodwin, O. B. (See Slalcolmson. Thomas, assignor.) 
Goodwin, Octavius B. (See Maleolmsou, Thomas, assignor.) 
Goodwin, Seth W. (See King and Goodwin.) 

Goodwin. William F.. Stelton, N. J. Rotary valve 

Goodwin, William H.. Boston, assignor of one-half to T. A. Watson, Everett, Mass. Tap.. 

Goodyear. Francis W., Sprini'tield, Mass. Mechanical movement 

Goodyear & McKay Sewing Machine Company. (See French. Zachary T., assignor.) 
Goodyear, Stephen AY., and M. A. Moiris, Waterbury, Conn. Rotary wire - straight- 



ener 



Gordon, Charles, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Gordon, Charles. Cleveland. Ohio. 
Gordon, Charles. Cleveland. Ohio. 
Gordon, Cyrus D.. Grand Crossing. 



Good year's Metallic Rubber Shoe Company. (See Baldwin, Charles S., assignor.) 

Goold, John C, Albany, N. Y. Sliding window for coaches -' 

Gordon. Alexander. (Sec Garrett, Paris, assignor.) 

Gordon. Charles, Cleveland, Ohio. Lamp-fixture 

Cuspidor 

Cuspidor 

Spittoon 

111. Manufacturing linseed-oil 

Gordon, Ebenezer, New York, N. Y. Dynamo and magneto electric machine 

Gordon, Edgar T., New York, assignor to W. H. Gomes, Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufacturing 
turning-lathes 

Gordon, Edward F., and H. Hobhs, Concord. N. H. Steam-generator 

Gordon, Edward F., and H. Hobhs, Concord, N. H. Steam-radiator 

Gordon, Fred. W., Pittsburg, Pa. Apparatus for charging blast-furnaces 

Gordon, Fred. W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and J. P. Witherow, Pitts- 
burg. Pa. Cinder-ear 

Gordon. Fredrick W.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and J. P. Witherow, 
Pittsburg, Pa. Hot-blast stove 

Gordon, George C . Moundsville, W. Va. Millstone-driver 

Gordon, George W., Sutton, Ky. Hand corn-sbeller 

Gordon, George W. and W. II.] Detroit. Mich. Adjustable window-screen 

Gordon, Irving S., et al. (See Thompson, William H., assignor.) 



Gordon, James E. H., Kensington, county of Middlesex, England, 
chine T 



Dynamo-electric ma-? 



Gordon, James F., Rochester. N. Y. Grain-binder 

Gordon, James F., Rochester, N. Y. Grain-harvesting machine . 

Gordon, Oscar L. (See Scott and Gordon.) 

Gordon, Perkins A., Milan, Ohio. Stove-truck 



272,833 
290,181 

273,724 

280,537 

288,228 

288,229 

270,417 
270,780 



274.093 
288 939 
290,572 

289,528 
288,792 
270,303 
270,052 

270,947 
275,820 
270,026 
284,628 



270,418 

272,952 
271,234 

278,233 

289,644 



281,224 



283,389 
271,701 
282,715 
270,657 

279,092 

286,694 
279,742 
281,865 
273,982 



278,790 
272,425 

289,645 



277,267 

277,565 

275,641 
282,306 
282.307 
2i7,534 
275,642 
271,979 

281,263 

271,329 
271,330 
290,037 

274,587 

278,234 
263,597 
274,588 
282,716 

284,292 

283,096 
283,097 

286,292 



Date. 



Feb. 20 

Dec. 11 

Mar. 13 

Oct. 9 

Nov. 13 

Nov. 13 

Jan. 9 

Jan. 16 



Mar. 13 

Nov. 20 
Deo. 18 

Dec. 4 
Nov. 20 
Jan. 9 

Jan. 2 

Jan. 23 
Apr. 17 
Apr. 17 
Sept. 11 



Jan. 9 

Feb. 27 

Jan. 30 

May 22 

Dec. 4 



July 10 



Aug. 21 
Feb. 6 
Aug. 7 
Jan. 16 

June 5 

Oct. 16 
June 19 
July 24 
Mar. 13 



June 5 
Feb. 20 
Dec. 4 



May 8 

May 15 

Apr. 10 

July 31 

July 31 

Oct. 30 

Apr. 10 

Feb. 

July 17 

Jan. 30 

Jan. 30 

Dec. H 

Mar. 27 

May 22 
Aug. 21 
Mar. 27 
Aug. 7 



Sept. 4 

Aug. 14 
Aug. 14 

Oct. 9 



Monthly 
volume. 



1568 
991 

61G 

943 

540 

542 

712 

1191 



1085 
1438 
1525 

196 

1267 

562 

263 

1387 

1249 

1493 

572 



713 

1743 
1736 

2108 

338 



1099 



1115 
137 
299 

1028 

588 

1156 

1397 

1929 

946 



154 
1062 
340 



940 

1301 

1018 
2494 
2495 
2214 
1019 
485 

1159 
1859 
1861 
828 

1752 

2109 
1360 
1753 
301 



165 



740 



( 442 

(443 

2S0 

166 

254 

150 

150 

211 
344 



299 
396 
420 

55 
347 
165 

76,77 

401 
344 
411 
102 



211 

487 
502 
581 
(94 
?95 
(96 

303 



315 

38 
85 



160 
161 
311 
390 
527 
260 



45,46 

299 

96 



252 

349 

275 
685 
685 
601 



131 

320 

539 
539 
234 



581 

380 

486 

85 



( 46 
] 47 
( 48 
(207 
)208 
( 208 
5 209 



OflBcial 
Gazette. 



Ph 



731 
1070 

947 

182 

611 

611 

149 

248 



1028 

774 

1170 

921 

743 

120 

54 

288 
1455 
1498 
1007 



149 

766 
354 

2008 

947 



713 

464 
552 
217 

2224 

225 
2376 

355 
1004 



2149 
640 
947 



1861 

1408 
455 
455 
431 

1408 
524 

218 

375 

375 

1039 

1158 

2003 
758 

1158 
552 



932 

639 
639 

129 



128 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Gordon, Robert H. , Reading, Pa. Apparatus for treating molten iron 

Gordon, Robert W. (See Russell and Gordon.) 

Gordon, Solomon J. (See Ambuhl, Jacob, assignor.) 

Gordon, Solomon J. (See Boynton. Edward S., assignor.) 

Gordon, Upton M., et al. (See Miller, Frank, assignor.) 

Gordon, William, Boston, Mass. Sole-protector 

Gordon, William, Boston, Mass. Heel-filing machine 

Gordon, William, Boston, Mass. Sole and heel edge burnishing machine 

Gordon, William C, Langham Hotel, county of Middlesex, England. Electric fire-alarm 
apparatus 

Gordon, William H. (See Gordon, George W. and W. H.) 

Gordon, William H., and P. J. Boost, Detroit, Mich. Cheese-safe 

Gordon, William H., and P. J. Boost, Detroit, Mich. Cheese-safe 

Gore, Charles E., and J. Eisele; said Eisele assignor to B. E. Masten, Lafayette, Ind. 
Brake-shoe 

Gore, Charles E., Lafayette, Ind., assignor of one-half to S. E. Ogden, Columbus, Ohio.. 
Water-jacket for metallurgic furnaces '.. 

Gore, Henry A., Goshen, Ind., assignor of one-half to De A. Dickinson, Grant, Iowa. Sta- 
ple-puller 

Gorham, Annie L., Boston, Mass. Ornamentation of ceramics 

Gorham, John M., Cleveland, Ohio. Wash-board protector 

Gorla, Camillo J., East St. Louis, HI. Eence-post 

Gorla, Camillo J., East St. Louis, 111. Fence-post 

Gormly, Patrick, and L. Bridge, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-radiator 

Gorrell, Albert, assignor of one-half to G. Carl, Shreve, Ohio. Shock-compressor 

Gorringe, Henry H.,New York, N". Y. Apparatus for elevating and distributing dredged 
and other materials 

Gorton, Alonzo H., 0. C. Patchell, and W. E. Gorton, Corning, N. Y. Railway-frog 

Gorton, Charles, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-generator 

Gorton, Charles, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-generator 

Gorton, William E. (See Gorton, Patchell, and Gorton.) 

Gorton, Wilson L., Piano, 111. Calendar 

Gosnell, Andrew J., Terre Haute, Ind. Dredging-bucket 

Gosnell, Andrew J., assignor to himself and\P. N. Staff, Terre Haute, Ind. Grappling de- 



Goss, Charles E., Lynn, assignor to himself and W. H. Goss, Brooklyn, N. Y. Attach- 
ment for shoe-lasts 

Goss, Joseph, assignor to Monitor Works, Beloit, Wis. Barbed fence 

Goss, William H. (See Goss, Charles E., assignor.) 

Goss, William H., Boston, Mass. Packing-case for holding bananas during transportation 

Gossett, William J., Liberty, Tenn., assignor of one-half to J. J. Williams and S. D. Bass. 
Car-coupling 

Gosshorn, William, Waterloo, Pa. Gate 

Gosweiler, Jacob, Cleveland, Ohio. Crank 

Gotchall, William 0. , Garfield, HI. Elevator for corn-shellers 

Gottheimer, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for checking and controlling horses 

Gottschalk, Daniel, Dunkirk, N. Y. Eaves- trough hanger 

Gottschall, Oscar M., trustee. (See Edwards, Edgar A., assignor.) 

Goubert, Auguste A., Jersey City, N. J. Centrifugal machine 

Goubert, Auguste A., Jersey City, N. J. Centiifugal machine 

Goudie, David R., London, Ontario, Canada. Child's money bank or box 

Gould, Appleton, Bangor, Me. Device for converting motion 

Gould, Fayette, New York, N. Y. Speaking-tube attachment 

Gould, Forrest B., Boston, Mass. Microscopic photographic transparency 

Gould, Forrest B., Boston, Mass. Locket 

Gould, Herbert I., Providence, R. I. Hoop-skirt 

Gould, Herbert I., Providence, R. I. Hoop-skirt 

Gould, James. Lexington, Mass. Fertilizer 

Gould, John C Chicago, HI. Mouse-trap 

Gould, Joshua P. , Bangor, Me. Eaves-trough 

Gould, Lyman, Norwich, Conn. Circular sawing machine 

Gould, Lyman, Norwich, Conn. Sawing and gaining machine 

Gould, Orange P., Elmira, N. Y. Clothes-wringer 

Gould, Roberts., East Orange, N.J. Angle-joint for curtain-poles 

Gould, Roberts., East Orange, N. J. Extension-bracket for curtain-poles , 

Gould, Simeon L. , Gardiner, Me. Automatic pulp-extractor 

Gould, William B. (See Wayland, James, assignor.) 

Gould, William F. , Stuart, Iowa. Railway-rail cushion and joint 

Gould, William F., Stuart, Iowa. Railway-rail joint 

Goulton, Benjamin, Kaco, Wangaroa, New Zealand. Saw-handle 

Gourdiat, Jude and L., Carare, France. Machine for stretching or tentering woven fab-) 

rics j 

Gourdiat, Laurent. (See Gourdiat, Jude and L.) 

Gourdiat, Laurent, Tarare, France. Apparatus for dyeing textile fabrics 

Gourdier, Henry, New York, N. Y. Horseshoe 

Gourley, Seymour E.. et al. (See Lattimer. Francis, assignor.) 

Gowan, George, Shell Lake, Wis. Circular sawing machine 

Gowan, James H, assignor of part to A. O. Hall, G. H. Peeke, and W. P. Black, Chicago, 

HI. Car- wheel boring and truing machine 

Gowan, James H, assignor to W. P. Black, Chicago, Hi. Car- wheel-truing machine 

Gowdey, Johu, Janesville, Wis. Fire-escape 

Gowdy, Ryan, Shelbyville, 111. Straw-stacker , 

Gowing, George, San Francisco, Cal. Sewing-machine for sewing carpets and other heavy 

fabrii 



Stop-watch . 



Goy, William, assignor to A. Goy-Golay, Brassus, Switzerland. 

Goy-Golay, A. (See Goy, William, assignor.) 

Goyne, Arthur H., et al. (See Goyne, Charles A., assignor.) 

Goyne, Charles A., assignor to himself, F. H., T. R., and A. H. Goyne, Ashland, Pa. Op- 
erating valves of steam-pumps 

Goyne, Francis H., et al. (See Goyne, Charles A., assignor.) 

Goyne, Thomas R., et al. (See Goyno, Charles A., assignor.) 

Grace, Harry R., assignor to T. B. Hagstoz and C. N. Thorpe, Philadelphia, Pa. Adver- 
tising-card 



287,273 



276,803 
285,997 
286,128 

287,664 

272,875 
274,119 

270,583 
283,098 

277,420 
276,389 
285,254 
277,708 
287,923 
270,053 
285,255 

275,643 
287,274 
280,605 
280,606 

273,725 
283,598 

272,953 

279,377 
282,453 

276,027 

278,235 
285,611 
283,099 
288,426 
289.406 
288,793 

274,187 

280,465 
282,978 
276,028 
272,541 
271.838 
277,022 
290,676 
290,677 
277.023 
280.369 
280,737 
287,275 
290,327 
281,866 
275.480 
275,481 

277,268 



280,030 
285,406 
270,419 

280,031 

290,678 
273,677 

288,173 

285,123 
287,762 
280,306 

285,747 

287,276 
278,127 



2S9,250 



Oct. 23 



May 1 
Oct. 2 
Oct. 2 

Oct. 30 

Feb. 27 
Mar. 20 

Jan. 16 

Aug. 14 

May 8 
Apr. 24 
Sept. 18 
May 15 
Nov. 6 
Jan. 2 
Sept. 18 

Apr. 10 

Oct. 23 

July 3 

July 3 

Mar. 13 
Aug. 21 

Feb. 27 

June 12 
July 31 

Apr. 17 

Mav 22 
Sept. 25 
Aug. 14 
Nov. 13 
Dec. 4 
Nov. 20 



Mar. 20 

July 3 
Aug. 14 
Apr. 17 
Feb. 20 
Feb. 6 
May 8 
Dec. 25 
Dec. 25 
May 8 
July 3 
July 3 
Oct. 23 
Dec. 18 
July 24 
Apr. 10 
Apr. 10 

May 8 

June 26 
Sept. 25 
Jan. 9 

June 26 



Dec. 25 
Mar. 6 

Nov. 6 

Sept. 18 
Oct. 30 
June 26 
Sept. 25 

Oct. 23 
May 22 



Nov. 27 



279,866 June 19 



1889 



350 

268 
428 

2399 

1650 
1128 

931 
745 

1120 
1958 
1343 
1465 
168 
265 
1345 

1020 

1891 

322 

323 

618 
1361 

1744 



2688 

1496 

2110 

1774 

747 

810 

40 

1268 



1209 

166 

592 

1497 

1204 

308 

645 

1655 

1656 

646 

37 

483 

1891 

1188 

1930 

811 

811 

942 



1755 

1529 

714 

1756 



1658 
564 

468 

1191 
2537 
2078 
1950 

1892 
1972 



1816 



517 



93 

75 

117 

647 

462 
311 

269 
(209 
}210 

300 
542 
378 
395 
48 
77 
379 

275 

517 

90 

90 

166 
380 

487 

268 
738 

411 

581 
502 
210 
219 
12 
347 



25 



(332 
)333 


^23 


45 


24 


167 


24 


412 


23 


336 


23 


84 


23 


168 


23 


456 


25 


457 


25 




23 


10 


24 


136 


24 


518 


25 


333 


25 


527 


24 


219 


23 


220 


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430 


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24 


683 


25 


585 


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551 


24 


519 


25 


541 


23 


502 


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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



129 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Grace, William, assignor of one-half to C. H. Mitchell, Chicago, 111. Door-hanger 

Gracey, Charles. Contention, Ariz. Ter. Anialgamating-pan 

Grader, George W., Marblehead, Mass. Baling and packing away cotton 

Graef, Charles H. (See Hackenberg, Julius, assignor.) 

Graeter, Ilcm ey A., Wooster, Ohio. Flour-holt 

-Graff, Christian, Upper St. Clair, Pa. Lock for milk-cans 

Graff. Wilheliu. (See Schwintzer and Graff.) 

Grafton. Edwin TV., Chicago, 111. Spring bed-bottom 

Grafton, Benry, London, county of Middlesex, England. Tipping truck 

Grafton, William, Cuero, Tex. Insect-destroyer 

Graham, Andrew, assignor of one-half to J. C. Harwood and A. N. Minor, Clarion, Iowa. 

Wagon end-gate 

Graham, Dauiel M., Boston, Mass. Apparatus for vaporizing and burning petroleum 

i ; i •aha in, Daniel M., Chicago, III. Steam-boiler 

Graham, Daniel M., Chicago, 111. Steam-generator 

Graham, Daniel M., Chicago, 111. Chimney for furnaces 

Graham, Dugald. (See McDonald, Hugh, assignor.) 

Graham, Irving H., Hopewell Junction, N. T. Baking-pan 

Graham, James A., London, county of Middlesex, England. Treating certain vegetable 

fibrous substances for the production of fiber for spinning, paper-making, &c 

Graham, James A., London, county of Middlesex, England. Covering iron with lead 

Graham, James B. (See Harper, John W., assignor.) 
Graham, James S. (See Hornbeck, Lorenzo D., assignor.) 

Graham, John, Chicago. 111. Water-faucet 

Graham, John, Chicago, HI. Lubricator 

Graham, John, Chicago, HI. Cut-off valve 

Graham, John, Chicago, HI. Cut-off for service-pipes 

Graham, John W. (See Park and Graham.) 

Graham, Joseph P. , Chester. Ky . Bilge- water ejector 

Graham, William A., Carlisle, Pa. Brick-machine 

Graham, William H., Pittsburg, Pa. Device for arresting dust from ashes 

Grahser, Michael, Chicago, HI. Velocipede 

Grainger, Charles J., Houston, assignor of one-half to J. W. Dibrell, Galveston, Tex. Re- 
movable can-top 

Gramke, Carl E. A., Stettin, Prussia, Germany. Grain purifier and separator 

Grandy, I. B., et al. (See Zinsmaier and Burt, assignors.) 

Grandv, Pierre J., Margaux, France. Harness 

Graner. John, assignor of one-half to H. S. Smith, Jr., New Orleans, La. Machine for 

cleaning cotton and other fibers 

Granger, Alvan P., Denver, Colo. Ore-separator 

Granger, Arthur 0. (See Collins and Granger.) 

Granger, Arthur 0., and J. H. Collins, Jr., assignors to A. 0. Granger & Co., Philadelphia, 

Pa. Process of and apparatus for manufacturing gas 

Granger & Co., A. 0. (See Granger and Collins, assignors.) 

Granger, Dennis W., Franklin, N. T. Guard for cattle 

Granger, Lewis, and E. F. Sibley, Armada, Mich. Fruit-drier 

Granger, Sumner C, assignor of one-half to J. Snyder, South Chicago, HI. Apparatus for 

the manufacture of corn-sirup 

Granite Booting Company. (See Miner, Henry M., assignor.) 

Grannan, Louis, assignor of one-third to J. K. Bupertus, Philadelphia, Pa. Packing for 

valve-stems, &c 

Granniss, Charles E., New Haven, Conn. Garment-clasp 

Grant, Charles, Jr., Boston, Mass. Automatic cash and parcel carrier 

Grant, Charles H. (See Gaston and Grant.) 
Grant, Charles V., et al. (See Millholland, Henry, assignor.) 
Grant & Co., Smith. (See Newell and Ladd, assignors.) 
Grant, Daniel. (See Ross and Grant.) 

Grant, David H., Walton, N. Y. Machine for cutting miters 

Grant, Frank, Chester, Mass. Bit-stock 

Grant, Frank S., New York, N. Y. Hypodermatic syringe 

Grant, James C, Newburg, N. Y. Hat-felting machine 

Grant, James M., Hartford, Conn. Tension-equalizer for thread-doubling machines 

Grant. John A., Fremont, Ohio. Machine for cutting hoops 

Grant, Joseph C, New York, assignor to himself, W. W. Dusenberry, Brooklyn, N. Y., 

and A. E. Parkhurst, Plainfield, N. J. Method of and apparatus for making coffee and 

other beverages 

Grant, Smith, Lincoln, R. I. Hoisting-bucket 

Granville, Austyn W. (See Dement and Granville.) # 

Grapho Pen Manufacturing Company. (See Hughes and Carwardine, assignors.) 

Grassier, William F., Williamsport, Pa. Car-axle box 

Gratz, Lewis C. (See Davis, Augustus B. and N. H., assignors.) 
Gratz, Louis C, et al. (See Davis, Nathan H., assignor.) 

Grau, Heinrich. Cassel, Prussia, Germany. Electro-magnetic motor for clocks 

Graver, Erwin S., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-coupling 

Graves, Anna M., Newark, N. J. Glass-lined metal can 

Graves, Charles G., assignor of one-half to E. Marsh, Oneida, HI. Creamer 

Graves, Edward H. and L. L., and G. W. Brottor, Streator. HI. Hoisting-machine 

Graves, Francis C, assignor of one-half to L. B. Plimpton, Hartford, Conn. Stamp-sticker. 

Graves, Gilbert S., assignor of one-half to H. Hamlin, Buffalo, N. Y. Starch-separator 

Graves, John B., assignor of one-half to W. H. Bennett, Lebanon, Tenn. Dental model . . . 

Graves, Louis L. (See Graves and Brottor.) 

Graves, Marshall E., assignor to Shorey Spring Bed and Shade Roller Company, Lowell, 

Mass. Bed-bottom 

Graves, Olo O., Highland, Dak. Ter. Grain thrasher and separator 

Graves, Oriel M., assignor of one-half to T. L. Graves, Eugene, Oreg. Dental chair 

Graves, T. L. (See Graves, Oriel M., assignor.) 

Graves, Willis N., assignor of one-half to Hydraulic Press Brick Company, St. Louis, Mo.) 

Brick-kiln 5 

Gravier, Alphonse I., Paris, France. Magneto and dynamo electric machine '. 

Gravier, Alphonse I., Paris, France. Regulator for electric-arc lamps 

9 PAT 



281,054 
284,293 
281,490 

273,836 
284,412 

287.120 
274,314 

290,877 

274,757 
270,578 
286,695 
287,824 
290,573 

272,679 

280,171 
280,466 



272,040 
283,481 

283,773 

283,774 

271,060 
289,769 
281,867 
287,825 

290,985 
274,589 

290,038 

271,578 
269,848 



287,277 

270,054 
278,701 

271,235 



275,193 
272,954 

287,278 



290,768 
280,607 
286,605 
270,422 

283,599 

285,612 



276,579 
275,821 



270,421 



279,239 
272,680 
274,934 
274.485 
282,979 
270,948 
270,304 
270,566 



278,330 
287,665 
284,294 

277,421 

276,390 
278,304 



July 10 
Sept. 4 
July 17 

Mar. 13 
Sept. 4 

Oct. 23 
Mar. 20 
Dec. 25 

Mar. 27 
May 1 
Oct. 16 
Nov. 6 
Dec. 18 

Feb. 20 

June 26 
July 3 



Fob. 13 
Aug. 21 

Aug. 28 

Aug. 28 

Jan. 23 
Dec. 4 

July 24 
Nov. 6 

Dec. 25 

Mar. 27 

Dec. 11 

Jan. 30 
Jan. 2 

Oct. 23 

Jan. 2 
June 5 

Jan. 30 



Apr. 3 
Feb. 27 
Oct. 23 



Deo. 25 

July 3 

Oct. 16 

Jan. 9 

Aug. 21 

Sept. 25 



May 1 
Apr. 17 



Jan. 



June 12 
Feb. 20 
Apr. 3 
Mar. 27 
Aug. 14 
Jan. 23 
Jan. 9 
Jan. 9 



May 29 
Oct. 30 
Sept. 4 

May 8 

Apr. 24 

May 22 



169 
1442 

772 
309 

1697 
1375 
1915 

1946 
46 

1157 
43 

1526 

1379 

1907 
168 



567 
1226 

1581 

1583 

1523 

490 

1931 

43 

2067 
1753 

830 

2176 
35 



1895 



266 
31 



1737 



399 
1745 

1898 



1781 
324 

1036 
718 

1362 

1775 



47 

1252 



717 



776 

1380 

65 

1623 

592 
1383 

563 

909 



2259 

2400 

170 

1121 

1958 
2214 



245 

48 

395 

209 
86 

465 
377 
528 

541 
14 

311 
13 

420 

388 



153 

345 

(446 

1447 

447 

439 
136 

528 
13 

569 
(486 
J 487 

234 

626 
12 



519 



503 



110 
487 
519 



492 

91 

280 

212 

;380 
'381 
'503 



14 
344 



212 



214 

388 
17 
450 
167 
401 
166 
262 



619 

647 

48 

(300 
^301 
(542 
1543 
607 



25 



23 



23 



163 
932 
266 

974 
956 

328 
1086 
1245 

1193 
1635 
225 
515 
1170 

696 

2472 
31 



550 
733 

812 

812 

310 

971 
355 
515 

1269 
1158 

1039 

431 
9 



363 



54 
2130 



354 



1295 
766 
364 



1222 

58 

204 

150 

759 

1234 



1635 
1455 



150 



2266 
696 
1236 
1135 
613 
289 
120 
187 



2042 
466 
932 

1825 

1585 
2026 



130 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Gray, Adelbert W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Time Telegraph Company, New 
York, N. Y. Electric-clock escapement 

Gray, Charles M., Chicago, 111., and W. L. Casaday, South Bend, In'd. Cultivator andi 
fertilizer-distributer i 

Gray, Charles W. , Minneapolis, Minn. Lathe-chuck ' 

Gray, Christian, Buffalo, N. Y. Punch-holder , 

Gray, Daniel T., Jersey City, N. J. Filtering apparatus for purifying paraffine, &c 

Gray, Elisha, Highland Park, HI., and P. L. Pope, Elizabeth, N.'J. Signaling apparatus, 
for telephone and telegraph lines ; 

Gray, Gardner B. and W. B. , Cardington, Ohio. Gas or vapor engine - . . 

Gray, George, New York, N. Y. Muffled school-slate 

Gray, Gorham, Boston, Mass. Porming metal wire 

Gray, Gorham, Boston, Mass. Telegraph and telephone wire 

Gray, James C. (See Griffith, William, assignor.) 

Gray, James P., Ayer, assignor to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Spindle and sup- 
port or bearing therefor 

Gray, James P., Ayer, assignor to Sawyer Spindle Company, Boston, Mass. Spindle for 
ring-spinning frames 

Gray, James P., Ayer, assignor to Sawyer Spindle Company, Boston, Mass. Bolster for 
spinning-frame spindles 

Gray, James P., Ayer, assignor to Sawyer Spindle Company, Boston, Mass. Spindle for 
ring-spinning frames 

Gray, John. (See Cole, "Wesley, assignor.) 

Gray, Joseph V., Pushville, Ind. Spring bed-bottom 

Gray, Joshua, Medford, Mass. Railway-signal 

Gray, Joshua, Medford, Mass. Dynamo-electric machine 

Gray, Josiah, assignor to himself, W. Hollenbeck, C. B. Shefler, and J. P. Peed, Chicago, 
Hi. Railway-switch bridle 

Gray, Josiah, and W. Hollenback, assignors to themselves, C. B. Shefler, and J. P. Peed, 
Chicago, 111. Railway-switch 

Gray, Leroy, Sycamore, HI. Beam for shovel-plows , 

Gray, Leroy, Sycamore, HI. Cultivator 

Gray, Lyman C, Port Dodge, Iowa. Postal cabinet 

Gray, Oliver P., et al. (See Cline, John B., assignor.) 

Gray, Richard, and B. R. Abbott, Bloomington, HI. Iron pile 

Gray, Richard E., "Williamsport, Pa. Car-coupling 

Gray, Samuel J., Fort Gratiot, Mich. Railway-guard 

Gray, Sylvester, Long Island City, N. Y. Refrigerator 

Gray, Walter G., assignor to himsolf and W. H. Burgess, Ringgold, Tenn. Corn-planter. . 

Gray, William, Romeo, Mich. Hand corn-planter 

Gray, William B. (See Gray, Gardner B. and W. B.) 

Gray, William D., Milwaukee, Wis. Apparatus for the gradual reduction of grain 

Gray, William D., Milwaukee, Wis. Test-plate for roller-mills : 

Gray, William D., Milwaukee, Wis. Plour-dressing machine 

Gray, William D. , Milwaukee, Wis. Machine for the gradual reduction of grain 

Gray, William H., West Palls, Md. Shingle-sawing machine 

Gray, William P. , Ainsworth, Wash. Ter. Life-preserver holder 

Graydon, James W., Newport, P. I., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Coast and Har-i 

bor Defence Company, of New York. Submarine torpedo ; 

Graydon, Thomas W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Lamp , ' 

Grebe, Henry, Omaha, Nebr. Hay-gatherer 

Greeley, Randall, Salem, Mo. Stump-puller 

Greely, Benjamin J., Boston. Mass. Garment-supporter 

Greely, Charles B. (See Holbon, Robert, assignor.) 

Green, Albert, Now York, N. Y. Toy 

Green, Albert E., Hebron, Wis. Harrow 

Green, Alexander, assignor of one-half to J. Hepfinger, Delta, Ohio. Churn-motor 

Green, Anna M., Denver, Colo. Metallic eyelet-fastening for drawers 

Green, Charles. (See Wilson, William, Jr., assignor.) 

Green, Charles, Readfield, Me. Clutch-hook 

Green, Charles W., Brooklyn. N. Y. Square 

Green , Duby, Cincinnati, Ohio. Thill coupling and detacher 

Green, Duby, Cincinnati, Ohio. Vehicle-brake 

Green, Elisha K., Los Angeles, Cal. Pipe-grapple 

Green, Elmer, North East, Pa. Window shade and screen 

Green, Pumey F., Comanche, Tex. Veterinary medicine 

Green, George. (See Hamilton, Miles E., assignor.) % 

Green, George F., Kalamazoo, Mich., assignor to W. N. Whiteley, J. Fassler, and 0. S.) 

Kelly, Springfield, Ohio. Automatic grain-binder 5 

Green, Inilah M. , and J. P. Birch, Philadelphia, Pa. Conduit for olectric wires 

Green, James A., assignor to Green & Stevens, Bay City, Mich. Lubricator 

Green, James H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Supporting and preserving telegraphic conductors. - . 
Green, John, assignorof one-half to P. M.Collins, St. Louis,Mo. Attachment for cutter-heads 

Green, John C, Peoria, HI. Vegetable-cutter 

Green, John J., Bridgeport, Conn. Whiffletree-hook 

Green, John S. (SeeBarber, Wanton C, assignor.) 
Green, Joseph A. (See Risley, Caleb M., assignor.) 
Green, Joseph W., Jr., and A. Smith, assignors to Glendale Elastic Fabric Company, East 

Hampton, Mass. Elastic or cord fabric 

Green, Lot, Pushville, Ind. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Green, Monroe, Brooklyn, N. Y. Corkscrew 

Green, I'erley, and E. P. Duncklee, Stoneham, Mass., assignors to said Duncklee, trustee. 

Boot and shoe sole 

Green, Salmon T., and L. M. Hoald, Charlotte, Mich. Plow 

Green, Samuel. (See Dietzel and Green.) 

Green & Stevens. (See Green, James A., assignor.) 

Greon, William C. (See Billiard and Green.) 

Green, William T., Covington, Ky. Plug-tobacco press 



274,445 

270,584 

286,426 
280,608 
281,491 

284,003 

287,666 
286,196 
276,391 
290,769 



287,279 

288,230 

289,084 

289,344 

270,949 
270,305 

285,027 

270,544 

275,038 
283,390 

283,775 
275,194 

272,426 
289.407 
290,770 
288,427 
287,121 
290,574 

271,331 

273.065 
278,702 
283,339 

278,128 

277,269 

270,950 

270,420 
272,237 
275,644 
287,020 

279.743 
2R4,837 
290,639 
280,032 

274,935 
281,761 
270,658 
282,717 
281,492 
289,408 
288,630 

277,709 

284.413 
288,328 
27*. 195 
271,199 
272,041 
275,196 



283,100 
281,994 
276,804 

289,646 
283,236 



276,680 



Mar. 20 

Jan. 16 

Oct. 9 
July 3 
July 17 

Aug. 28 

Oct. 30 

Oct. 9 

Apr. 24 

Dec. 25 

Oct. 23 

Nov. 13 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Jan. 23 
Jan. 9 

Sept. 18 

Jan. 9 

Apr. 3 
Aug. 21 

Aug. 28 
Apr. 3 

Feb. 20 
Dec. 4 
Dec. 25 
Nov. 13 
Oct. 23 
Dec. 18 

Jan. 30 

Feb. 27 
June 5 
Aug. 14 

May 22 

May 8 

Jan. 23 

Jan. 9 
Feb. 13 
Apr. 10 
Oct. 23 

June 19 
Sept. 11 
Dec. 18 
June 26 

Apr. 3 

July 24 

Jan. 16 

Aug. 7 

July 17 

Dec. 4 

Nov. 20 

May 15 

Sept. 4 
Nov. 13 
Apr. 3 
Jan. 23 
Feb. 13 
Apr. 3 



Aug. 14 
July 24 
May 1 

Dec. 4 
Aug. 14 



May 1 



1552 

932 

813 
325 
1444 

1877 

2404 

510 

1961 

1783 

1899 

544 

1622 

1932 

1390 
565 

1080 



882 

207 
1115 

1584 
400 



1063 
41 
1783 
811 
1698 
1527 

1861 

1872 

32 

1041 

1974 

943 

1390 

715 

809 

1021 

1573 

1398 

835 

1606 

1760 

66 
1797 
1030 
302 
1446 
42 
1062 

1466 

310 
676 

402 
1696 
568 
404 



749 

2082 

350 

341 

913 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1883. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



131 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Green, "William "W., assignor to Garden City Fan Company and L. G. Stark, Chicago, HI. 
Exhaust or blower fan 

Greenawav, Benjamin, Louisville, Ky. Overshoe for horses 

Greene, Edmund B., and C. J. Emerson, Jr., "Westfield, Mass. Metronome 

Greene, Henry. (See Box, "William "W., assignor.) 

Greene, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. Fire-escape 

Greene, Isaac T., assignorof oue-half toD. E. Smith, Milford, Conn. Hand-rubberforwashing 

Greene, J. Ashton. (Seo Baxter, William, assignor.) 

Greene, J. Ashton. (See Blake, Henry, assignor.) 

Greene, Jonathan H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to himself, D. W. Wagner, New Haven, 
Conn., and R. T. Wilson, Philadelphia, Pa. Utilizing waste oil-cloth, &c 

Greene, Nathan H., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Freight-car 

Greene, Richard T., Sauk Centre. Minn. Hook for suspending ladders 

Greene Stove Company. (See Miller, John A., assignor.) 

Greene, "William A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cooking-stove 

Greeno, William A., Brooklyn. N. T. Boiler-furnace 

Greene, "William J., and J. L. Herlick, Marquette, Mich. Twinc-adjaster 

Greenebaum, Moses S., et al. (See Chamberlain and Harris, assignors.) 

Greener, Richard, assignor of one-half to W. A. Hedden, New Albany, Ind. Oversock . - - 

Greentield, Edwin T., assignor of one-half to S, Bergmann, New York, N. Y. System of 
electrical distribution 

Greenhalgh, Henry. (See Greenhalgh, John B. and H.) 

Greenhalgh, John B., Blackstone, Mass. Lamp-burner 

Greenhalgh. John B. and H., Blackstone, Mass. Nut-lock 

Greening, Winfield S. , Decatur, assignor to D. Blalock, Macon County, HI. Sash-cord guide . 

Greenlee, Andrew M. (See Houck, Greenlee, and Houck.) 

Greenlee, Ralph S., assignorof ono-haU' to R. L.Greenlee, Chicago, HI. Mortising-machine. 

Greenlee, Robert L. (See Greenlee. Ralph S., assignor.) 

Greenoagh, John J., Syracuse, N. Y. Universal-jointed arm. (Reissue) 

Greenwood, James, et al. (See Maybury, William, assignor.) 

Greenwood, John. Rochester, N. Y. Elevator 

Greenwood, Thomas n. (Seo Gilbert and Greenwood.) 

Greer, Howard, Chicago, HI. Roll for slitting iron 

Greer, Howard, Chicago, HI., assignor of one-half to G. H. Christy, trustee, Sewickley, 
Pa. Machine for making spikes 

Greer, Joseph A.. Galveston, Tex. Compound for the manufacture of artificial stone 

Greer, William N, Watertown, Dak. Ter. Fish-trap hook 

Greevcn, Gcorg A., Bruehl, Prussia. Germany. Steam vacuum-pump 

Gregerson, Georgo A., Rochester, Minn. Neck-yoke 

Gresg, Cvrus A., et al. (See Swartout, William H., assignor.) 

Gregg, Edgar C. (See Fell and Gregg.) 

Gregg, Edgar C, and J. P. Fell, "Wheeling, Mo. Hay stacker and loader 

Gregg, Elliot T., Marshall, Mich. Cultivator 

Gregg, Isaac N., and E. Briody, Santa Cruz; said Gregg assignor of one-half to T. Brady, 
Santa Cruz County, Cal. "Tap and faucet 

Gregg, Washington P., Boston, Mass. Roller-skate 

Gregg, "William, assignor to himself and J. A. Fowler, Mason, Mich. Device for handling 
fruit-cans 

Gregory, Charles E. (See Buschick, Gustavus E., assignor.) 

Gregory, Fred L., Neligh, Nebr. Bird-perch 

Gregory, Fred L., Neligh, Nebr. Second-hand attachment for clocks 

Gregory, Georgo, Allegheny, Pa. Oscillating steam-engine 

Gregory, George "W. (See Haynes, Edgar ~K., assignor.) 

Gregory, George "W., assignor to E. L. Sprague, Boston, Mass. Boot or shoe 

Gregory, John, and V. Lapham, Marion, Ohio. Grain-drier 

Gregory, John H., Providence, R. I. Button 

Gregory, Paul, Davenport's Landing, Cal. Mold-board for side-hiU plows 

Gregory, Thomas J. (See Day and Gregory.) 

Greig, Bennet, New York, N. Y. Frame for feather ornaments 

Greig, George, Edinburgh, Scotland. Steam-plow 

Greives, John, Paterson, N. J. Electrical insulating material 

Grelluer, Christopher J., St. Louis, Mo. Hammer , 

Grellner. Christopher J., St. Louis, Mo. Hammer 

Grenis, John, Leyden, N. Y. "Whiffletree 

Gresham, James. (See Sheward and Gresham.) 

Gretschol, Alfred H., Lcipsic, Germany. Saw-guard 

Greve. Herman, St. Paul, Minn. Electric ore-separator 

Grey, Robert I. (See Fritts, Peter C, assignor.) 

Gridley, Nelson C, et al. (See Chambers, Josephus C, assignor.) 

Gridley, Nelson C. (See Hibbard, George E., assignor.) 

Griei\ George S., Milford, Del. Fruit-drier 

Grier, Robert M. (See Osmer and Grier.) 

Grier, William "W., Hulton, Pa. Fifth-wheel for vehicles 

Griesche, Gustav. (See Edenborn and Griesche.) 

Griesenauer, John, Dardenne, Mo. Fire-escape 

Griest, John M., assignor to W. Scates, Chicago, and T. S. Ridgway, Shawneetown, HI. 
Ruffling attachment for sewing-machines 

Griest, John M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Chicago Attachment Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Riveting metals together 

Grieves, Andrew, Allegheny, Pa. Welding apparatus 

Griffon, George H. (See Bailey and Griffen.) 

Griffin, DoraG., Grand Rapids, Mich. Deviceforexposinghairtotheaction of heated vapors. 

Griffin, George F., and C. W. Dixon, assignors to New England Patent Fire Escape Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Line-carrying projectile , 

Griffin, George "W.. Franklin Falls, N. H. Handsaw 

Griffin, John H. (See "Wallace and Griffin.) 

Griffin, John S., Cleveland, Ohio. Rolling-mill 

Griffin, P. Henry, Detroit, Mich. Car- wheel-cleaning device 

Griffin, Stockton L. (See Bell, Samuel H., assignor.) 

Griffin, "William "W., Boston, Mass. Fire-escape 

Griffing. Abner A.. Jersey City, N. J. Steam-radiator 

Griffith, Alexander L., Beallsville, Ohio. Road grader and scraper 

Griffith, Hazael, and L. F. Ramsey, Terre Haute, Ind. Grain-meter 



272,542 
287,280 
271,448 

279,744 
285,256 



276,029 
2813,340 
274,758 

271,626 
271,627 
284,414 

290,640 

278,535 

275,901 
281,055 
280,609 

283,341 

10,278 

273,273 

281,184 

285,355 
269,849 
280,610 
283,101 
274,759 



283,882 
274,590 

279,745 
275,482 

274,591 

276.392 
281,493 
285,998 

290,986 
288,428 
288,053 
285,481 

290,679 
279,937 
278,536 
275,645 
282,308 
287,376 

285,407 
282,073 



284,838 

288,997 

289,908 

280,926 

290,229 
285,124 

278,129 

289,909 
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